This installment of Don’t Starve is dedicated to cooking, well, it’s in the title.
Full disclosure: I have no idea why this bread (almost) tastes like sour dough, but it really does. And it’s soft, holds up when slicing, and absolutely delicious.
Simple, quick, and will keep you full for a while. It can be eaten by itself or on bread or crackers (also pretty good as a lettuce wrap).
Less than 5 minutes to make, and so good that I’ve eaten it all by itself… several times.
Soft and delicious homemade tortillas.
This is a “Don’t Starve” spaghetti, so if you’re looking for something exciting or new, you won’t find it here.
A low-effort alternative to hard-boiling eggs
How to make your own homemade bacon bits.
How to turn cheaper “tube” ground beef into one of the most tender meats you’ve served.
This isn’t an all-encompassing list, but these are things that I try to keep on-hand as they are used in quite a few recipes. Salt Pepper Milk Eggs (chicken) Butter or Margarine Mayonnaise Mustard Sriracha Soy Sauce Hot Sauce All-purpose Flour Self-rising Flour Pasta (Spaghetti, Fettuccini, Elbow Macaroni, Shells, Egg Noodles, Rotini) Rice (I recommendContinue reading “Frequently-Used Ingredients”