4 Fat-Free Breakfast Dishes You Should Try

Posted on August 17, 2017

A good breakfast is a great way to start the day. It gives us energy for the morning, sates hunger that built up overnight, or just something to do while our bodies finish the process of waking up. If fat-laden breakfast favorites like eggs and bacon don’t sound appealing, there are always healthy breakfast options […]

4 Vegetable Dishes that Complements Any Meal

Posted on August 15, 2017

Variety makes life, and any meal, more worthwhile. If you’re looking for dishes that can complement your main dish, healthy veggie dishes are always a good choice. They’re nutritious and many vegetable dishes contrast well, rather than overshadow, a main dish. While salads are the obvious choice, there are many tasty and healthy recipes out […]

Tips on Cooking Steak to Perfection

Posted on August 10, 2017

A perfect steak is hard to forget. The mouth-watering aroma of a tender, juicy steak with a sweet, seared crust is often linked with a good memory. It’s therefore not a surprise that many of us have tried our hands at cooking it for that rewarding experience of eating a good steak. However, making a […]

Apple Pie Variations You Should Try

Posted on August 8, 2017

A good, old-fashioned apple pie is a traditional favorite for a lot of people. The sweet flavor of apple and cinnamon wrapped in a golden brown crust is hard to top. It’s often linked with memories of good times and family. But just because it’s traditional doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to tweak. There have […]

How to Sous Vide Vegetables – A Simple Guide

Posted on February 8, 2017

I have to say that Sous Vide vegetables are one of the most delicious things ever. They’re also fast and keep a larger portion of their nutritional value that blanche and steaming techniques. However people get confused about how long and what temperature to cook them at. This guide is a mixture of Modernist Cuisine’s […]

Sumac Chicken and confessions from the Castro

Posted on February 6, 2017

This week Dale Stephens is hanging out discussing gay culture, politics, and making Sumac Chicken. To save you some time, we have edited down a highlights video of the best advice from Test Kitchen Live. Sumac brightens and adds acid to a dish. This particular preparation is a crowd pleaser and simple to prepare. Sumac […]

Sous Vide is more texture control than temperature control

Posted on March 31, 2016

Sous Vide. Some mock it, some enjoy it, and some think it is soulless. But like anything in a chef’s arsenal it is really just a tool. I primarily use sous vide for two purposes. Controlling the cooking of proteins for large parties Controlling the texture of the things I cook in certain ways We […]

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