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- Cocktails and Spirits
February 28, 2014
We'll give a whistle to this award-worthy cocktail.
Calories Per Serving
- 1 1/2 parts Svedka Mango Pineapple
- 3/4 part raspberry liqueur
- 1 part pineapple juice
Combine all ingredients in a shaker. Add ice, shake and strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with a lemon peel, oils expressed.
Calories Per Serving1251
Folate equivalent (total)407µg100%
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Wolf Gang Puck Rice Cooker Recipes
Wolfgang Johannes Puck, commonly known as Wolfgang Puck is a famous Australian-American chef and restaurateur. He is also an actor. He was born in Australia and moved to the USA at the age of 24. His career had begun exactly from then. Now he is a successful restaurateur who has owned The Wolfgang punk companies that have been encompassed over twenty dining restaurants. However, he has invented a rice cooker for making cooking rice simple and perfect. Not only that, but his creation is also very popular among this generation to make quick, tasty macaroni, meatloaf, cake, etc. Wolf gang puck rice cooker recipes are worldwide famous to prepare perfect dishes within a short time.
Chef Serena Wolf Shares Easy-to-Make Quarantine Dinners for Non-Cooks: Sloppy Joes, Tuna Melts and More
Quarantine meal prep is about to get a whole lot easier! As the coronavirus outbreak continues, the daily struggle about what to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner gets harder and harder, especially if you’re not used to cooking so frequently.
With that in mind, chef Serena Wolf shared six easy-to-prepare quarantine meals exclusively with Us Weekly. The best part about each of these tasty dishes (which are suitable for lunch or dinner) is that they’re a cinch to make, even for non-cooks.
For example, the 33-year-old culinary pro, who is the author of The Dude Diet and The Dude Diet Dinnertime, shared her recipe for sloppy Joes, which she refers to as Sloppy Josés. In this case, the school lunch staple gets a much-needed upgrade thanks to an array of spices (which you likely already have at home), some sharp cheese and all those canned beans everyone hoarded when the health crisis began.
“Use any ground meat and whatever type of beans you have on hand,” Wolf told Us, highlighting the dishes’ adaptability.
Stars Staying Busy in the Kitchen Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
The food blogger’s spinach-artichoke grilled cheese is another elevated version of a classic meal that will easily up your quarantine cooking game without drastically increasing the amount of time you spend in the kitchen. Instead of simply throwing some cheese between two slices of bread, Wolf’s recipe calls for the addition of spinach, marinated artichoke hearts and plain Greek yogurt. Aside from giving the dish a healthy-ish makeover, these ingredients also add texture and flavor to the beloved comfort food.
Wolf made it her mission to lighten up certain popular meals after noticing her boyfriend (now husband) was “nutritionally clueless” and her 2016 book, The Dude Diet, evolved from that endeavor. “I wanted to show [my boyfriend] that he could still eat all of the things he loves, but in a healthier way,” she told Us exclusively in February 2019. “So I started revamping his favorite foods — everything from lasagna to chicken fingers to burgers — and just cutting out all the processed stuff and working in more whole grains, leaner meats and vegetables, in a non-scary way.”
She added at the time: “[The book] is really just for anybody that doesn’t want to give up whole food groups or count calories and wants to keep eating the foods that they love. I like to say it’s like a cookbook for the rest of us — those of us who want to eat in the middle. I literally created The Dude Diet for people who hate rules.”
The Dude Diet Dinnertime, which Wolf released in 2019, focuses primarily on dishes intended for the last meal of the day.
Scroll down to see Wolf’s tasty yet easy-to-make quarantine dinner recipes!
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How to Get the Wolf Cape in Valheim
To get the Wolf Cape in Valheim you’ll first need to kill wolves. Head to the mountainous regions of your world and start killing wolves. You will need the following resources to craft the cape itself:
Wolves can easily swarm you and overwhelm your defenses if you’re not careful. We recommend bringing a bow along with you, to pick off stragglers from afar at first. Bringing friends is also a good way to lower the risk. For more info on playing with friends, head here.
How to Get a Wolf Trophy
To get a Wolf Trophy in Valheim you’ll need to head to the mountains and kill wolves. The trophy has a random chance to drop with every wolf killed, so get hunting. Once you have this item you’re one step closer to rocking your toasty Wolf Cape.
How to Unlock the Wolf Cape Recipe
Before crafting the Wolf Cape you will need to unlock the recipe. This will happen when you have Silver, Wolf Trophy, and Wolf Pelts in your inventory. Grab some silver and head off into the mountains, kill wolves and it’ll unlock once you have all of the required components. If you need Silver, check out our Valheim Silver guide.
Crafting the Wolf Cape
Once you have all of the materials required to make the Wolf Cape, head back to your crafting table and craft it. You can equip the cape immediately, it’ll grant the following bonuses:
- Frost Resistance - you won’t take freezing damage. Perfect for adventuring in the mountains.
- Armor Value - the Wolf Cape does not provide any extra armour resistance.
That’s how to craft the Wolf Cape in Valheim. For more on the game be sure to check out our Console Commands page. Once you’re done with that head on over to our best seeds and starting locations guides.
Wolf Brand Chili Thicker & Heartier Recipes
For over 100 years Texans have enjoyed the authentic chili taste of Wolf Brand Chili. I for one have been one of those that have enjoyed that taste.
When my husband and I moved out of state to Missouri in 2003, I wasn’t able to get the delicious taste of my favorite brand of canned chili. So every three months when my mom would come to visit or I would come to visit them in Texas I would pick up as many cans as I could to enjoy the taste of my favorite chili even if it wasn’t available in the state I lived in.
As a little girl, I remember the many easy family recipes my mom shared with us around the dinner table. Many of those recipes were passed on to me to enjoy it with my family.
There are many recipes that we like to enjoy made with Wolf Brand Chili, like chili dogs, chili enchiladas, and Fritos Pie, but our favorite recipe is Chili Cheese Dip!
It’s super easy to make, delicious tasting, and makes a great football snack to share with everyone.
5-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Macaroons
For being a former coconut hater, I sure do love it now.
Whether it’s a side effect of giving up dairy and relying more on cashews and coconuts or the maturing of my palette, I’m all for coconut these days. So it was only natural that I tried my hand at macaroons.
Traditionally, macaroons contain sweetened condensed milk and eggs.
But to keep mine vegan friendly, I skipped the eggs altogether and sweetened them with maple syrup! This simple swap kept them naturally sweetened and still seriously delicious.
Another perk? These are easy to make! Just 30 minutes from start to finish, and it all starts with blending your base ingredients in a blender or food processor.
Once you have your base sweetened and the consistency of a dough, scoop out Tablespoon-size amounts and arrange them on a greased baking sheet. Then, bake away!
These little guys brown up quickly, caramelizing the underside and giving a slight crust to the outside, while keeping the centers tender.
And the last (and perhaps most important) step – the dark chocolate dip!
These macaroons are legit! They’re:
Crisp on the outside
Tender on the inside
& Perfect for spring
While these may not be as fluffy as traditional macaroons (due to the lack of eggs), the flavor is spot on and I actually prefer the slightly dense texture. So much coconutty goodness happening here.
And I’m happy to report that they’re husband approved – a big perk in my books.
If you make these macaroons, please let us know! Leave a comment and rate it. And don’t forget to take a picture and tag it #minimalistbaker on Instagram so we can see. Cheers, friends!
Popular Martini Recipes
1. Caramel Apple Martini Recipe
1/ 1/2 oz. apple flavored vodka
1 oz. green apple liqueur
apple slice, for garnish
Caramel syrup, for garnish if desired
Mix ingredients in a shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Pour into glass. Garnish with a slice of apple. If desired, drizzle caramel syrup around the top edge of the glass.
2. Pineapple Vodka Martini
1 1/2 oz. pineapple juice
1 oz. vodka
1 oz. Cointreau (or triple-sec)
1/2 oz. lime juice
fresh pineapple wedges for garnish
Combine ingredients in a shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Pour into glass. Slide a pineapple wedge onto the rim of the glass.
3. Peach Martini Recipe
2 shots vanilla vodka
1 shot peach schnapps liqueur
1/2 shot lime juice
peach slice, for garnish
Combine ingredients in a shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Pour into glass. If peaches are in season, garnish with a peach slice.
4. Chocolate Martini Recipe
2 shots Godiva Milk Chocolate Liqueur (or substitute any chocolate liqueur)
1 shot Baileys Irish Cream
2 shots half & half
Chocolate kiss, for garnish if desired
Chocolate Syrup, for garnish if desired
Mix ingredients in a shaker half filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Pour into a glass. Garnish with a chocolate kiss. You can drizzle chocolate syrup on the rim of the glass. Chocolate lovers have made this one of the the most popular martinis.
5. Bourbon Martini Recipe
2 shots apple juice
1 shot of your favorite bourbon
1 teaspoon honey
Combine all ingredients in a shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Pour into glass. Enjoy!
6. Dry Martini Recipe
2 1/2 oz. dry gin
1/2 oz. dry vermouth
green olive, for garnish
Combine ingredients in a shaker filled with ice. Stir gently. Pour into a glass. Garnish with a green olive for the classic dry martini.
7. Triple Sec Martini
1 shot Triple Sec (or Cointreau orange liqueur)
2 shots vodka
juice of 1 lime
2 splashes cranberry juice
Mix ingredients in a shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Pour into a glass and enjoy!
8. Lemon Drop Martini Recipe
1 1/2 oz. vodka
1/2 oz. Cointreau (or triple sec)
1 t. superfine sugar
3/4 oz. lemon juice
sugar for garnish, if desired
Mix ingredients in a shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Pour into glass. Before making the martini: Run a lemon slice around the top rim of the glass. Dip the glass into sugar to coat the rim with sugar.
9. Tiramusu Martini Recipe
3 shots Vodka
4 shots Chocolate flavored Vodka
1/2 shot Amaretto
1/2 shot almond flavored liqueur
milk chocolate bar, room temperature
chocolate syrup, if desired
whipping cream, chocolate sprinkles
– if desired
1. Fill martini shaker half full of ice.
2. Add all ingredients to shaker. Shake until blended.
3. Pour into chilled martini glasses.
4. Garnish with chocolate curls. Cut curls from the chocolate bar with a potato peeler. As an alternative you can garnish with whipping cream and chocolate sprinkles.
Tip: If desired you can pour some chocolate syrup onto a plate. Lay martini glasses upside down to coat the rim with chocolate before putting drink into the glasses.
10. Pomegranate Martini Recipe
1 1/2 cups pomegranate juice
2 oz. vodka
1 oz. Cointreau (or triple sec)
Combine ingredients in a shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Pour into glass. If pomegranates are in season, add a tablespoon of fresh pomegranate fruit into the glass.
Suggestions for Making the Most Popular Martini Recipes
- Chill your martini shaker and your glasses in the freezer before starting. In fact, chill all of the ingredients. This will help the drink stay cold longer.
- Be sure to have extra ice on hand. If you are entertaining, martinis do require lots of ice.
- If the martini includes Gin, you might want to stir the martini to keep the gin from becoming “bruised”.
- Crushed ice works better than ice cubes in cooling the drink quickly.
- Use top quality alcohol and fresh juices if possible.
Have you used any of these Popular Martini Recipes? If so, please tell us what you thought about the martini you made. We would love to hear from you below.
How to Smoke Lobster Tails
The trick for smoking lobster tails is having hot coals. While it might be a little more close to hot smoking (as we will be well above 250F), the smoke flavor given off from quality coals is essential.
That is why for these Smoked Lobster Tails I used Cowboy Charcoal. Not only does it cook at higher temperatures well, but the flavor from the coals is truly amazing.
We cooked these lobster tails at 375F in my drum smoker for about 30 minutes. They are quite a quick cook compared to other smoking recipes, but they do not lack in flavor.
Seasoned with salt, pepper, paprika, garlic and cumin (my secret weapon), these tails were lathered and ready to go once the Cowboy Charcoal was hot enough. Place them onto the smoker and we were off to the races. Now let’s chat about that delicious Parmesan Butter.
- ½ cup soy sauce
- ½ cup brown sugar
- ½ teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon ground ginger
- 2 tablespoons dried minced onion
- ½ cup bourbon whiskey
- 1 pound skinless, boneless chicken breast, cut into bite-sized chunks
- 2 tablespoons dry white wine
Combine the soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic powder, ground ginger, dry minced onion, and bourbon whiskey in a 9x13 inch baking pan. Stir in chicken pieces. Cover and refrigerate, stirring often, for several hours or overnight.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
Uncover chicken place in the preheated oven. Baste chicken every 10 minutes. Cook until the juices run clear, about 1 hour.
Remove cooked chicken from baking pan scrape juices and browned bits from the baking dish into a skillet. Stir in the white wine. Cook and stir over medium heat until sauce is hot, and has reduced slightly. Stir in chicken heat for 1 additional minute before serving.
Easy Chocolate Cream Pie
Three Cheers for Chocolate Cream Pie! This chocolate cream pie recipe is worth cheering for and is likely to earn a permanent spot on your holiday dessert table this year once everyone tastes just what this recipe has to offer. You may not think of chocolate pie as a holiday dessert, but what's keeping it from being such? Chocolate is always a hit as far as desserts are concerned, and pies are a staple around any holiday table. So we say, make room for this delectable chocolate pie this year and add a new favorite pie recipe to your list of holiday classics!
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 / 2 cup all-purpose flour
- pinch of salt
- 3 cups milk
- 4 eggs
- 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
- 1 1 / 2 teaspoon vanilla
- 3 ounces dark chocolate chips
- 1 chocolate cookie crust (purchased)
For another untraditional pie recipe, try this Pumpkin White Chocolate Pie
For the filling, in a medium saucepan combine flour and sugar. Gradually stir in milk. Cook and stir over medium-high heat until mixture is thickened and bubbly. Reduce heat add chocolate chips and stir until chocolate is melted. Remove from heat.
Beat egg yolks with a fork. Gradually stir about 1 cup of the hot filling into the yolks.
Return all to saucepan bring to a gentle boil. Cook and stir for 2 minutes more. Remove from heat.
Stir in butter and vanilla.
Pour the hot filling into cookie crust.
Chill pie in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours. Top with whipped topping before serving.
Two chocolate pie recipes are better than one! Try this No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Pudding Pie
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Being a hopeless chocoholic I knew I just HAD to make this Chocolate Cream Pie the instant I saw the title! Lol! The only amendment I made to the recipe was to make the cookie crust myself. We will have it for dessert tonight but I did have a little taste earlier - cook's prerogative! - and it tasted absolutely divine.
I did it. I made this recipe. Here is what it turned out like. Not too shabby huh? It looks exactly like the one the test kitchen made! That just proves how easy this recipe was to do and get right. It was truly decadent and delicious. The family kept wanting more.
Yummy! This chocolate cream pie looks fabulous. I'd love to try it. After watching the video it looks very simple to make. As an alternative I would make a Graham cookie crust which would give it a bit of a salty element. Served with some mocha flavored whipping cream would be such an indulgence!
Being an absolute chocolate addict, this chocolate cream pie looks incredibly delicious. I'm tempted to give this a try with a mix of dark chocolate chips with some of the Andes Creme de Menthe baking chips since I love the combination of mint and chocolate. I'd hold back a few of the Andes chips to use as a garnish on top of the whipped topping as suggested in the video.
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