Most folks are well aware that hummus is an excellent sandwich spread; it’s creamy, nutty, savoury, and friendly to almost every kind of diet. Those are all things I enjoy in a salad dressing, but hummus, straight from the tub, is a little too thick for drizzling on a pile of greens.
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I have never fully understood the appeal of a bacon-wrapped scallop. Though I love both of these treasures, meaty, cured bacon is simply too aggressive for the delicate, sweet scallop. It’s self-defeating lily gilding, and I don’t like it. Plus, unless you pre-cook it, the bacon doesn’t have enough time to crisp up properly.
But a seared scallop wrapped in a ramp leaf (which is basically rollable garlic)? That, my friends, is the kind of bougie decadence this rampscallion can get behind.
If you've happened to visit Pinterest in the last five years or so, you have no doubt seen a recipe or 10 for some iteration of three-ingredient, no-knead bread. These recipes are popular for good reason. Not only are these loaves extremely impressive for the amount of work they demand, they are excellent vehicles for any odds and ends you wish to rid your fridge of, from a handful of cheese to lonely fruits and vegetables.
Even though I have an ice cream maker, I am forever on the look out for frozen desserts that don't require one. Enter this super simple sherbet, which only requires sweet peaches, tangy buttermilk, sugar and a food processor.
Rice cookers can make more than just rice, but they make rice really well. To up the flavour factor and make a super tasty, super easy dish using only your rice cooker, you just need to grab a tomato.