How to Keep Produce Fresh

If you want to keep your fresh produce fresh for longer, there are two things you need to consider. Ethylene gas Ethylene gas is produced by most fruits and some vegetables and it is mostly thought of as the ripening hormone for plants. Every time you put a firm peach in a bag with a […]

Brigadeiro Recipe

I learned to make brigadeiro, which is one of the easiest candy recipes I’ve ever seen, just in time for the Rio Olympics! Brigadeiro is sort of a chocolate caramel. It’s extremely sweet which means that kids love it and adults will probably be satisfied with just one or two candies. It’s typically rolled in […]

Chewy Granola Bars

Chewy Granola Bars Recipe Video – scroll down for recipe card Subscribe to my YouTube channel to get notified of new videos. I took a poll on Facebook to find out whether people prefer chewy granola bars or crunchy granola bars. I personally like them both, but have a slight leaning towards crunchy. So it […]

Peach Ice Cream

Peach Ice Cream Recipe Video – scroll down for recipe Subscribe to my YouTube channel to get notified of new videos. Ice cream is one of our greatest accomplishments as humans. Homemade peach ice cream made with fresh, ripe, fragrant peaches and eaten outside under the sun — it hardly gets better than that! This peach […]

Put it in my Mouth! Part 4

If you want to mail me some stuff to PIIMM, send it to this address. **And remember to include your return address so I can send you something, too!** Hilah Cooking 10573 W Pico Blvd #76 Los Angeles CA 90064 Watch the rest of this series here Subscribe to my YouTube channel to get notified […]

How to Hull Strawberries

How to Hull Strawberries video Since I evidently have just a TON of time on my hands and am a super boring person, I decided to do some comparing of different ways to hull strawberries and really get to the bottom of this age-old question: How to hull strawberries the absolute best way. Can you […]

Pao de Queijo – Brazilian Cheese Bread

Pão de queijo (pronounced pow-du-KEHjo, sort of) is probably Brazil’s most famous food export. Very similar to gougeres, pao de queijo is basically a pate a choux, but made with tapioca flour instead of wheat flour. You can buy them frozen in many grocery stores now, but you can just as easily find the ingredients […]

Sooo Cali Hot Dogs Recipe – Dog Haus Dogs

Sooo Cali Dogs Video (scroll down for recipe) Subscribe to my YouTube channel to get notified of new videos. I went with Lynn Chen to Dog Haus in Burbank to eat some weens and they gave us the recipe! The Sooo Cali dog is Lynn’s favorite and it has arugula, avocado (of course! SoCal: where avocado […]

Huevos Rancheros Especial

Huevos Rancheros Especial – scroll down for printable recipe The inspiration for this recipe came from a new novel, “The Fever”, written by long-time HilahCooking community member, Thomas Fenske. In the book, Huevos Rancheros Especial are the house specialty at a small cafe and are a kind of mix-up of traditional West Texas stacked enchiladas and huevos rancheros, […]