I would like to try making homemade pasta noodles sometime. I have never made them, but I bet they would be fun to try.
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I've had it baked with BBQ sauce and it turned out great. Rabbit is a better choice, when compared to a squirrel, because they have a lot more meat on their bones. Now, will somebody bring her a pre-cleaned rabbit so she can cook the thing! LOL!
I tried this as a kid and wasn't impressed, but it may have been the cook more than the meat itself? ;). Good luck with it though. You can have the rabbits in my garden if you like lol.
We have done many a pizza homemade and it is indeed a much better food experience than restaurant or heaven forbid store bought frozen.
I have done California rolls which are similar, it's all in the technique not hard to do, I use wax paper for rolling rather than the mats - MUCH easier :) also wet your fingers as you go along.
I'd like to try just about any type of homemade noodle actually as I've never done it. I have a raging gluten intolerance though so I have to do a "non-wheat" noodle :)
Boy... I don't know how you and others cope with a gluten intolerance... I'd go crazy! It would be like living without chocolate or water :/ Sorry! I hope you can find some good gluten free noodle recipes. A quick google search showed quite a few
I think homemade ketchup would probably be better than store bought even. I know tomato sauces sure are.
hub about it when you do it and let me know if you are successful, perhaps I'll consider buying a pasta maker if I can do GF noodles in it :)
artichokes aren't so bad, it's a texture thing with them for most people. They're very good in dips with spinach also :)
Those are fairly easy to do and very good. There are a lot of different ways to do it also.
being a vegetarian is a good thing, but not for everyone. If you are going to experiment with tofu it is a "texture thing" with it - the best way to enjoy it is to get extra firm, freeze, thaw, then press out the water first :) good luck