As a SoCal native, I've eaten at the best Mexican restaurants that have ceiling fans and Telemundo/futbol on the restaurant TVs in the dining area.
My fondest memory eating there is getting their cheese enchiladas with double Mexican rice & chips and salsa.
I can tell which place is the real...
How would you make better versions of these Hot Cereals from whole grains:
1.) Malt-O-Meal Hot Cereal: A Warm & Hearty Breakfast Option
2.) Maypo Instant Maple Flavored Oatmeal
3.) Maltex Hot Wheat Cereal
This is for those who want to make cereal from scratch beyond granola, muesli and grape-nuts. Plus, This is for those skeptics who believe a home cook needs special equipment to make cereal.
1.) Homemade Rice Krispies Cereal
3.) Homemade cocoa pops recipe | BBC Good Food
I want to turn homemade cookie crisp cereal up a level by making mini chocolate chips because I know homemade tastes better than store-bought.
Here's what google got me: how to make mini chocolate chips - Google Search
I want to make my own powdered milk but is it possible to make it without electricity?
Just imagine, a blackout caused by (name-your-disaster-here) have prevented you from freezing your milk plus you already made alot of butter, buttermilk, cheese, clabbered milk, yogurt, kefir and home-canned...
I want to make my own Instant ramen down to the brick because that's the kind of homesteader I am. I googled it and found nothing. I know I can make my own ramen noodles but Is it possible to make my homemade ramen noodles look like this? Brick of ramen noodles stock photo. Image of fast...
I want to plant the ingredients for my favorite ingredients because that's the kind of beginner homesteader.
How can I make my favorite hot...
I've seen vintage cereal ads that told consumers to pour milk or cream over their cereal. I tried half-and-half and heavy whipping cream over my cereal, It tasted like cheese. I want to try cream over my cereal because I believe cream will taste supreme over chocolate cereal like cocoa pebbles...
I want to take DIY Homemade Doritos up the next level by making parmesan cheese without any expensive rennet nor starter. Why? That's the kind of DIY-er I am.
Is it possible to make it in a frugal manner?