Family Ingredients: Find The Schedule in Your Area
Find out when Family Ingredients will air on your local PBS station using the TV schedules listing.
Family Ingredients: Episode Descriptions
Family Ingredients, a six part half-hour series, follows a beloved food memory or family recipe from a Hawai‘i home to its origin and multi-ethnic Chef Ed Kenney is the perfect guide to trace these dishes around the globe.
Season 3 Premieres July 1 – Watch a Preview
The Great British Baking Show is back starting July 1st only on PBS.
What’s on Your Summer Bucket List? Share with #SeizetheSummer
What's on Your Summer Bucket List? Share with #SeizetheSummer.
Passover Traditions: A Reflection
Lidia Bastianich blogs about Passover traditions, and shares recipes for Charoset, and Brisket, as well as Corned Beef Ham.
Visiting the Pula Market
Lidia Bastianich, of Lidia Celebrates America, blogs about visiting the Pula Market in her hometown.
Martha Bakes: Press-in Crusts Episode
Martha Bakes: French Meringue Episode
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Re: Zucchini Cheddar Hand Pies
These are just fabulous! It's the best zucchini recipe ever.
Re: Fresh Raspberry Pie
I can't speak for the crust, as I used store-bought, but the filling was amazing. I used the juice of 1 Meyer lemon instead of a regular lemon, which gave it just the right amount of tartness for my tastes. A large lemon would have been too much, I think.
Re: Poached Cod with Tomatoes
Here's the recipe from Martha's website: http://www.marthastewart.co...I suspect the semi-solid form is the refrigerated ghee at room temperature.
It can be either convection or regular. The directions say "220C/425F (200C fan)", reducing the temperature 20C if using convection.
I think the main purpose of sealing with a lid on is to prevent the dough from drying out and forming a skin rather than holding gasses in the dough. A shower cap or cling wrap should do the job while allowing the dough to expand.
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Don't forget Marta is a convicted criminal. She had spent times in prison for insider trading .http://money.cnn.com/2004/03/05/ne... She is known to sale her soul for money. For the life of me I don't understand at her age of 75 she needs so much more money to make her submit to the whims of those trying to change the map the world without having b
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Follow directions.Check the recipe's directions: Step 1- heat oil, add corn & sugar, stir, THEN PUT LID ON!I do like where someone said, wait til 1 or 2 kernals pop til pour in sugar and put lid on.
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What kind of peas are you using? Did you soak them? Sometimes if peas or beans are really old they take longer to cook. Whole dry peas should be soaked overnight. Split peas shouldnt take long to cook and don't need to be soaked. If you're having trouble, you could add a piece of kelp to the soup, it helps to tenderize legumes, remove it before ser
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Poor Diana? What a load of %&*$! She was unsportsman-like and flippant when she got caught. It was obvious even seeing the season three years later.
Re: Quebec-Style Yellow Pea Soup
When I cook this soup the peas never get soft, even after hours of cooking.Why?
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