Making the perfect Hard Boiled Egg is really simple. I tried for many years – sometimes they were not done or too done – to find the perfect system. This one works great!
1) Place eggs in a large saucepan.
2) Fill saucepan with enough COLD water to cover the eggs.
3) Bring to a boil.
4) Once the water is boiling, turn off heat and cover saucepan. Set timer for 12 minutes.
5) When timer goes off, immediately place eggs in an ice bath. This will help with peeling.
6) Keep eggs in bath for at least 10 minutes or until well chilled.
More and more of our guests are in need of gluten-free diet. Here is a super simple way to have a sweet treat!
2 tablespoons chocolate chips
2 to 3 tablespoons peanut butter
2 tablespoons milk (or almond milk for our vegan friends)
1/2 cup oats
Optional: 1 tablespoon of any dry ingredient you would like to add such as: sunflower seeds, raisins, extra chocolate chips, cocunut flakes, nuts, etc.
1) Melt the first three ingredients together in the microwave using 30 second intervals, stirring each time.
2) Add the oats and any optional ingredients. You will want this mixture to be fairly dry (I probably ended up using close to one cup of oats all together). If its not dry enough, add more oats one tablespoon at a time.
3) Press mixture into bars or balls. I lined a small Pyrex baking dish with scranwrap to make removing the bars easy. I cut mine at this point.
4) Put in the fridge for 30 minutes or until bars harden.
Here is a recipe that’s super easy to make! You won’t even need to make a midnight run to the grocery store; the recipe calls for things that you probably have in your fridge!
5 Corners Breakfast Tulips
4 pieces thinly sliced lunch meat (we typically use ham but roast beef also works well)
4 tablespoons shredded cheddar cheese
dried chives or parsley
1. Preheat oven to 350.
2. Spray 4 cups of a muffin tin with cooking spray.
3. Line each cup with a slice of meat.
4. Crack egg and drop into center of each cup.
5. Top with cheese and chives or parsley.
6. Bake for 17-20 mintues depending upon oven. Serve alongside toast, juice and fresh fruit and your Valentine will be smitten!
Accommodations are available during Oberlin College Conservatory Auditions to be held on February 11, 17, 18 and 25 as well as March 2 and 3, 2012. For available room options, please visit our Accommodations page.
5 Corners is perfect place for your son or daughter to retreat either before or after their audition. Situated just 15 minutes north of Oberlin, 5 Corners is conveniently located minutes from the Ohio Turnpike, Interstate 80, Interstate 90 and State Route 2. Also enjoy the many restaurants and entertainment options within walking distance from the inn.
The staff of 5 Corners will work with you to provide the best accommodations possible during this very important audition. Have an early audition? Try one of our breakfast-to-go’s. They are included in the room rate along with off street parking, complimentary WIFI, snack basket and soft drinks.
Growing up, my grandmother and grandfather always had a surplus of Chex Mix during the holiday season. It was one of those things that once you started eating it…you couldn’t stop! Everyone had a favorite ingredient. Mine was the Wheat Chex that had extra spices stuck to it.
Don’t even try to make Chex Mix in the microwave. It just can’t compare. Here’s the super-easy method for making Grandma’s Chex Mix. Its been kept under lock and key…until now. Make it one night while wrapping presents. Grandpa always said the key was in the stirring.
12 oz boxes of: Wheat Chex, Cheerios and Rice Chex
1.5 lb bag of pretzel rings
2 – 12 oz jars of mixed nuts
1/4 cup Worcestershire Sauce
2 cups veg oil
1 tablespoon garlic salt
1 tablespoon seasoned salt
Combine cereal, nuts and pretzels into a large roasting pan. Combine oil, Worcestershire, garlic salt and seasoned salt. Pour over cereal and stir well. Bake at 250 degrees for 2 hours; stirring well every 15 minutes.