I love this recipe! It’s so good I occasionally make it a meal instead of a side dish.
Never rub another man’s rhubarb. Get your own rhubarb; then you can rub it all you like.
The operative word in this recipe’s title is SKILLET. If you don’t have a 9‑inch cast-iron skillet that would also make a dandy murder weapon, go cook yourself some free-range tofu in your $2,000 waterless copper skillet (handmade by the very finest Amish Zen Masters of Nepal, of course).
Making bread isn’t difficult. Making baguette with that crisp, deep golden-brown crust and chewy insides with skillions of holes—it’s a challenge. But the ingredients aren’t fancy or expensive: Yeast, flour, salt, water. You can afford some trial and error, and the end result is worth it!
Focaccia means “flat bread” in Italian. Sorry if you were looking for a complicated back story.
You know what’s better than hot homemade cornbread? NOTHING.
Jesus and Mary don’t appear on this French toast. This French toast appears on Jesus and Mary: They have matching tattoos.
Putting a cat in this muffin is not recommended.
Smell my butt all you want—you’re not getting any biscuits.