Monthly Archives February 2012
1 cup Warm Water
1 Tablespoon Honey
1 envelope Active Dry Yeast (2 1/4 Teaspoons)
1 teaspoon Salt
3 cups Bread Flour
Olive Oil, For Greasing Surfaces
– In a large bowl, stir water, honey and yeast together. Let yeast proof 5 minutes.
– Once you know yeast is active, stir in salt and the flour in 1/4 cup increments.
– If you are using a stand mixer, be sure to not increase y...Read More
– 3 tbsp soy sauce
– 6 cloves garlic, minced
– 6 pork loin chops, boneless, trimmed of excess fat, 4 oz each
– Coat chops in mixture.
– Reserve left over honey mixture for basting.
– Place chops on greased grill over med high heat, close lid and cook. basting 2 times...
My husband met our new neighbors who live a few houses down the street from us a couple months back. They invited us over for dinner by email. I had never met them. I only knew they were a young couple like us and have an 18 month old baby boy. I wanted to bring something, so they asked if we could bring the wine...
I was visiting the Chateau St. Jean Winery in Sonoma, California in January 2012. They had a newsletter that included this recipe. I asked how I could get a copy and one of the Chateau Manager brought me a copy of the newsletter to take hom so I could make the recipe.