I am always looking for a way of getting that bad, bad, (yet good) taste in a good, better, healthier package. While these are certainly not something you would want eat every day, it is a lighter, baked, version of traditional deep-fried mozzarella sticks. I have made some baked mozzarella sticks in the past, which were OK, but I think these wonton wrappers would give them a nice crunch and percent the cheese from oozing everywhere, too. Definitely something I am going to try.
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The recording of our Thursday, September 20, 2012 episode of KitchenParty is now online.
Please give us a “Like” on YouTube and tune in next Thursday at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT for our next show!
Tonight’s Topic: Kids back in school? Looking for good things to feed them? Fed up with junk food?
Join us as we discuss healthier food options for our kids this school year. Joining us will be J.M. Hirsch, the food editor of the Associated Press and Katie Workman, Co-Founder of Cookstr.com and author of Mom 101.
In addition, we’ll also publish our healthy lunch options cookbook. To add your recipe to our cookbook, submit it here: http://bit.ly/QdXNNr
Douglas presents “Be An Internet Skeptic!” (49 mins) to the Docents of the LA Zoo on Friday, September 14, 2012. This video contains both video and slides.
Sorting valid information from Internet hoaxes can be a daunting task, but a few simple steps can help to disqualify and debunk most hoaxes very easily. Learn a couple of simple tools for online debunking and learn why people sometimes “lie” on the Internet. Once you know how people benefit from suspect information, it becomes easier to spot hoaxes from the start.
This looks to be such a leap above the typical box cake. I will be making this as soon as I can. I love cornmeal and I love pistachio and I love the idea of combining them into — what I consider — a fairly rustic cake. I could see the Sicilian relatives making a cake like this. Simple, unadorned, but wonderful.