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1Ugly Veg

'Ugly' vegetables: Tasty and Good for You
There are seemingly endless choices to be had in the produce section of the grocery store and at local farmer's markets and more and more often we see some pretty unlikely candidates for our dinner plates from the lesser known veggies, particularly the 'ugly' ones. Move over kale. Americans are expanding their veggie horizons. 2015 is the year of the warty, hunchbacked and spiny vegetable.

Thursday, 11 June 2015 11:22

What's The Difference Between Yogurts?


What's the Difference Between Greek, Aussie, Icelandic, and Regular Yogurt?

Ever wonder what the differences are amoung the many choices of yogurts on the market? I don't necessarily mean the sweetened with fruits and syrup varieties but the major brands of plain yogurts that the likes of Fage and Chobani, Oikos and their competition. I recently read an article by Lee Breslouer that in very understandable language describes the similarities and the differences of each of these major brands have to offer.

Wednesday, 27 May 2015 11:43

Berry Vinaigrettes


Berries, Vinaigrettes and More

Don’t you just love it when you find something so simple and is really tasty? Today I'm offering 3 very tasty and very easy recipes to try. Even if you've never really thought about making an infused vinegar before it's well worth the effort. And when a co-worker sent me an article about homemade drinking vinegars, I was intrigued. Since I had extra raspberries in the freezer, I thought “why not?” Just three ingredients and a little patience is all it takes to make this tangy, sweet vinegar which is the base for two recipes I’m sharing with you today, Raspberry Poppyseed Vinaigrette and Raspberry Shrub (a refreshing cool,non-alcoholic summer drink).

Friday, 22 May 2015 15:00

A Celebration of Asparagus


A Celebration of Asparagus

Side dishes are like the wingmen for the main dish. They are a crucial part of the meal and putting in the extra effort makes quite a bit of difference in upping your dinner party game. Having to put together appetizers on top of the main meal may seem like too much work to waste your time on, but I have here some simple asparagus dish ideas that you can throw together in a flash. Asparagus has a rather short season and it is still available for bargain pricing. So get it while you can and play around with some of these flavorful combinations that are quick and so easy to do.

Thursday, 21 May 2015 17:04

Raspberry-Pineapple Tea Brined Chicken

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Raspberry-Pineapple Tea Brined and Grilled Chicken

You probably know that a good brine can keep meat flavorful and moist. But why exactly does brining work to make grilled or roasted meats so succulent and tender? And how about the classic sweet tea brine so popular in the Deep South. This seems to be especially popular for chicken—Southern-style fried chicken in particular and grilled chicken. But it’s a good brine for most meats....    It is the perfect way to infuse both moisture and flavor into lean cuts of meat, such as pork, poultry and fish. This traditional sweet beverage of the South is perfect for brining. Basically, all you have to do is add salt and pepper when done cooking.

Friday, 01 May 2015 16:32

Common Mistakes when Cooking Mussels


Common Mistakes to Avoid When Cooking Mussels

Quick—name a dish that’s inexpensive, quick-cooking, fancy enough for a party, but easy enough to make on a weeknight. If you said mussels, we’re on the same wavelength. These tasty bivalves are a favorite around these parts, and with good reason. Whether you simmer your way to mussel nirvana on the regular or have never cooked them at home before, it’s time for a refresher course. Avoid these common mistakes, and you’ll make a pot of mussels so good, they’ll rival your city’s best French bistro.

1Hardware Tools

Get Your Kitchen Tools From the Hardware Store

10 Kitchen Tools to Buy at The Hardware Store
Being a chef I am often times in a situation where I must think outside of the box. Sure, it may be something like how I'd present a deconstructed won ton or some such thing. Generally though, especially while catering I'll find that I've left home without some kind of tool or have to improvise on the spot. So, occasionally I'll have to think on my feet and find a unique solution quickly. So then it occurred to me recently that just because I'm a cooking geek that many of you may not have that twisted gene in you and what excites me at cooking equipment stores may not exactly resonate with everyone. At the same time so many kitchen tools/gadgets are actually available at your local hardware store. So today, let's explore some possibilities that may fit the bill- tools that are actually really good and useful at bargain prices. Don't look for food celebrity endorsements here, just useful stuff that we all need at prices we can all afford.

Thursday, 30 April 2015 16:34

Celery, Who Knew?


73rd Blog April 6, 2015 Celery, Who Knew?

Celery: Health Benefits & Nutrition Facts
Celery is such a commonplace vegetable but a major culinary contributor to sauces, soups, stews, salads and snacks. But what, if any, goodness besides the crunch does it have to offer? I've served it in all the above and even served it as a side vegetable from time to time. But does this every day veggie have more that meets the eye going for it?
I recently ran across this article that is well worth the reading. Not only does celery have culinary benefits going for it, but a lot much more. Please, give this a read:
(Hint: if you're interested in just some practical highlights, just skip to the end)

Tuesday, 31 March 2015 15:55

Making a Better Stir-Fry


How to Make a Better Stir-Fry
A properly prepared stir-fry is a glorious dish — with the quintessential balance of flavor, texture, and seared aroma. It’s a quick, healthful, and delicious way to eat more vegetables and less meat while using minimal fat. Here are a few essential tips to ensure the ultimate stir-fry.

Monday, 23 March 2015 12:21

Holiday Brunch Ideas


A Holiday Brunch Idea

Easter and Mother's Day are just around the corner and I'm starting to think about what's for brunch, something familiar but with a twist. A favorite of mine is

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