Save your money on those expensive energy bars. With just a few ingredients, you can make a large batch at home and know that they are made with real food. During one of his weekly food demos at the store, Vance prepared an adapted recipe of paleo nut bars in the Jenn-Air 24-in steam and convection oven. The original recipe called for raw nuts, but Vance toasted them for a better flavor profile. Depending on your preference, you can do either method. Follow Vance on Instagram at @appliancechef for even more food inspiration or come sample his culinary creations every Saturday or Sunday in the Mrs. G Community Kitchen. Read More
We’re pleased to welcome a new chef to Mrs. G’s Community Kitchen. John Eccleston is an internationally lauded chef and culinary consultant who at one point in his storied career served as Director of Food, Innovation and Development with Starbuck’s. Among his many travels, he often comes to the Princeton area to visit family and friends, some of whom happen to be good friends and industry partners of Mrs. G! Long story short – Chef John will now be baking twice a month on weekends at Mrs. G and we couldn’t be more excited! Read More
Wow, what a difference. Take the same recipe and cook it in two appliances. The results taste like completely different methods.
The frittata in the JennAir convection oven is golden brown and a bit crunchy on the edges. The same recipe cooked in the JennAir combo steam convection oven yields a fluffy, creamy concoction. If you want to give it that golden-brown hue, you need to finish it in the convection setting. Just follow the manufacturer directions. Read More
On the second night of Hanukkah we savored light creamy crunchy latkes as well as fluffy doughnuts filled with jam (sufganiyot). Both were made at our Community Kitchen by Dina and Rabbi Yitzchak Goldenberg of Chabad of Lawrenceville. Read More
Want to do something special for your Valentine this year? Make dessert from scratch. We have 2 recipes that are not only easy to make, but also contain good-for-you chocolate: dark chocolate chips and cocoa powder. And our first recipe really does contain sea salt; that’s not a typo. Sweet & salty is an unexpected, but delicious combination. Read More