Ty the Pie Guy is a story-driven, comedy cooking show for kids. Includes simple and fun recipes and cooking tips brought to you by Ty the Pie Guy, a quirky and funny host, cook and teacher. Ty inspires kids and families to cook together and try new foods!
TY THE PIE GUY is a story driven, hilarious comedy cooking show that will help kids and families learn how to make delicious meals at home. In some episodes, Ty will answer kid’s questions and teach them recipes so delicious, kids won’t even realize they are also nutritious!
For the recipe go to carrotsandclaret.com/spiced-moroccan-tagine-with-jewelled... Not strictly a tagine as I cooked it on the hob.. And substituted quinoa for couscous, but its delicious and nutritious and flavourful and North African influenced and I’m sure it could also be cooked in an earthenware pot. The dried fruits in the quinoa ca be substituted with which ever ones you had. I thought I had apricots in the fridge but they were dates! https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7337/8864442026_0c03880e5d_b.jpg
people either really love or really hate cilantro.. i happen to belong to the first group.. this grilling/dipping sauce was 2 cups of cilantro, ginger, lime juice and some scallion greens.. tofu and scallion kebabs were grilled with a little of the sauce.. the rest was drizzled over grilled squash.. yum! recipe is from current issue of Everyday Food and can be found here https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2603/3676402323_83203d4700_b.jpg
I used extra firm tofu for this. Squeezed out as much water as possible and pat dry with paper towel. Then coat it with honey (or agave nectar would work as well). The honey is the adhering agent instead of using eggs. Use the zest of one lemon and add it to the panko crumbs. Season the panko crumbs with salt and pepper. Now coat the tofu with the lemon scented panko. Line the baking sheet with foil and brush a layer of peanut oil before placing the tofu on the baking sheet. Bake in the preheated 425 F for approx. 20-30 minutes or until tofu is golden brown. Serve immediately with some sweet chili sauce or any dipping sauce to your liking. Enjoy! https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3303/3331776891_9d786f6d73_b.jpg
I had a pork loin in the freezer, and I decided I wanted to make something "Sunday dinnerish". I found a Giada De Laurentiis recipe for roasted pork with a fig and port sauce that sounded tasty and had lots of positive reviews from other cooks. Adam was skeptical when I told him what I was making. He proclaimed "Figs? I don't think I like figs." I responded "You eat Fig Newtons, so I'm sure you'll be fine." After his first bite, he admitted that it was really delicious. He was really surprised by how much he actually did like figs. And for me personally, the port wine - fig sauce was so good I could have eaten it plain -- like it was soup! This recipe would probably also be great with turkey breast or boneless chicken in place of the pork. I served it, family-style, on a huge platter alongside some roasted green beans. GET THE RECIPE https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3292/2398965413_10d4e0091e_b.jpg