In Ayr’s Kitchen, Episodes 10-13 (now at 4pm)

By Jane April 6, 2020

We’re pushing the show back 1 hour so that more of you can tune in live! Shows this week will be at 4pm EST every week day.

Check back here for updated program schedule, ingredient lists, and video links for this week’s episodes of In Ayr’s Kitchen – I’ll be keeping it up-to-date as we go along.

INFO PREVIOUS EPISODES – episodes 1-5; episodes 6-9

Episode 10 – Fresh flour chocolate chip cookies (video link)
Monday, April 6 @ 4pm
Ingredients to follow along:
– 1 cup brown sugar
– 1 cup white sugar
– 2 sticks room temp butter
– 2 eggs
– 1 tsp cider vinegar
– 1 tsp salt
– vanilla extract (optional)
– 2.5 cups fresh whole wheat flour (if you can’t grind your own we love Maine Grains!)
– 1 tsp baking soda
– 2 cup chocolate chips

Episode 11 – Eggs (video link)
Tuesday, April 7 @ 4pm
Ingredients to follow along:
– eggs 🙂
– ice
– for eggs-and-soldiers: bread & butter
– for breakfast bowls: any veggies/sauces you have that you would want to eat with your eggs! (Ayr using onion, frozen peas, quick pickles, fresh herbs, lemon, leftover roasted veggies, beans, and salsa)
– salt

*no show on Wednesday – it’s Clementine’s birthday! Happy birthday Clem!

Episode 12 – Chili & cornbread (video link + extra clip 1 + extra clip 2)
Thursday, April 9 @ 4pm
Cornbread ingredients:
– 2 cups cornmeal
– 1 tsp baking soda
– 1 tsp salt
– 2 eggs
– 2 cups buttermilk
– 1 tsp sugar
– butter
Chili ingredients:
– large onion
– garlic
– beans
– tomatoes (Ayr’s using a 26 oz can of whole peeled tomatoes, but tomato paste or other types of canned tomatoes also work)
– chili or pepper powder
– ground cumin, cinnamon, and any other spices/flavor boosters you like in chili

Episode 13 – Fast pizza & soda (video link)
Friday, April 10 @ 4pm
Pizza ingredients:
– flour
– yeast
– olive oil
– salt
– tomato sauce or canned tomatoes
– cheese
– any other toppings that you have that you like on pizza
Soda ingredients:
– seltzer water
– lemon juice
– sugar
– salt
– whatever flavor you want for your soda (vanilla beans for vanilla soda, oranges for orange soda, etc.)

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