Bread pudding is such a lovely traditional Southern dessert. Food historians say that it was originally made by home cooks who, due to necessity, didn’t waste a scrap of food, ever. When there was stale bread, some genius, practical cook decided to break it up into chunks and pour a custardy liquid over the bread, adding in other things that… Continue reading Mama Steph’s bread puddings: simply decadent comfort food
Tuesday night’s cooking class at Edom Bakery was right up my alley. Chocolate! Need I say more? 🙂 Well, I’ll also say real crème brûlée, because because before we dove headfirst into chocolate work with Chef Kat Kilpatrick, Chef Jackson taught us to make crème brûlée from scratch, including using a kitchen torch to caramelize… Continue reading Numéro de la classe de cuisson sept – Chocolate & Crème Brûlée
My friends at KLTV in Tyler invited me to fill in for Grant Dade today during his Friday morning cooking segment, “Cooking Up a Storm, ” as he was unable to be there this morning. I gladly took them up on it! When I was with them for In The Kitchen back in August, it… Continue reading Cooking Up a Storm w/MamaSteph on KLTV!