Amber Dalton

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Garlic, Parmesan, and Herb Beer Bread Recipe on Food52

Cooking is more fun with friends.<p>Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join.<p>Join Our Community<p>Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Get inspired.<p><b>Author Notes:</b> This is a variation on the basic beer bread recipe presented by Gerald Norman at …

Easy Chinese recipes to cook at home

Crispy aromatic duck<p>You may be surprised to learn that the roots of this dish are not to be found in the Forbidden City in Beijing, but in the kitchens of 1960s north London. A former chef from the Chinese embassy, who was a master in the traditional methods of making Peking duck, set up his own …

Summer 2015's Craziest Ice Cream Novelties, Ranked

This summer, even the most traditional ice cream purveyors got inventive with the frozen sweet treat to create positively out-of-the-cone creations. From wine-infused pints to cream cheese and rye sandwiches, here are the weirdest ice cream desserts of the summer.<p><b>11. Pizza-Flavored Ice Cream</b><p>Made …

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Classic, delicious cake Napoleon oil-dairy cream.

Classic, delicious cake Napoleon oil-dairy cream.<p>To do this, Napoleon bake cakes 6 of unleavened prepared puff pastry of margarine, flour and water. …

The Night Market at Feast Portland

<i>Last night Managing Editor Kenzi Snapchatted live from the Night Market at Feast Portland—lots of food was eaten and new friends were made.</i><p>Last night was the second night of Feast, which kicked off with the Night Market, a mini-food festival in its own right with 21 chefs, 8 wineries, 6 breweries, …

How to Make Pierogies From Scratch

Pennsylvania is the land of pierogies. It's probably from all our Polish immigrants, but I don't really care where they came from because they're totally yummy. They aren't that hard to make from scratch, either. You can boil them, sauté them in butter or olive oil, bake, or deep-fry them. You can …

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