BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich with Peach Guacamole, Chipotle Cheese Wiz and Pico De Gallo on a Homemade Crispy Cream Donut. (Featured on This Is Why You’re Fat Today) Brining Turkey seems to be in these past few years, I keep hearing everyone talking about their brine. It must be the Food Network influence that saved [...]
Category Archive for 'How To Follow A Recipe'
Pumpkin Pie Souffle with Cinnamon Whip Cream from EverydayAppetite on Vimeo. This is the part where I am supposed to write my favorite thanksgiving recipes right? Nope. I’ve come to learn a thing or two about recipes, what they are, how they should/can be used, what purpose they serve and so on and so forth. [...]
Plum Pie with a Cream Cheese Crust, Granola, Caramel Fudge and Nectarine Sorbet When I cook I am experimenting, constantly. Over the years I have developed enough knowledge to be able to cook well enough (and safe enough) to the point where I don’t worry about the risk of completely destroying a dish all that [...]
For my first attempt at making Pho I scoured the internet looking for someone who I felt expressed the confidence needed to make a soup that was not only labor intensive but built around lots of love and care. This recipe felt right, and so I followed. When following a recipe it is important to [...]
A few weeks ago I tackled my first attempt at not only making seitan but making seitan buffalo “chicken” tenders. My friend Michelle raves about this place called Red Bamboo that supposedly has the best fake meat dishes in the city and she claims that their fake buffalo wings, which actually have a fake bone [...]
I am introducing a new category today in hopes of getting some reader generated comments about problems, thoughts, and tips when it comes to following a recipe. Each post, though I am sure this will change, will be centered around one specific part of following a recipe, i.e., how do you activate yeast, what does [...]