Cooking bacon is messy. It’s not a thing that people talk about all the time, sure, but if you’ve ever gone straight to the kitchen and tried to cook bacon before waking up and putting on proper cooking clothes, you probably made a mess. Getting splattered with bits of bacon grease for several minutes isn’t fun, and while things like lids, screens, and other tools can help catch the flying fat, you’re probably going to still get bits of bacon drippings on your stove or counter.
Many times I stood at the dairy foods aisle wondering “what does cottage cheese taste like?” After minutes of pondering over this issue, I would select my usual groceries and head home with this question at the back of my mind. It never went away until I finally decided to try it out and see what the fuss was all about.
Have you ever tried Chaplin steak? This is one of the most tender steaks that you can get in Japan, and it’s tenderized using onions instead of traditional methods. I really enjoy a good steak from time to time, and the first time that I tried Chaliapin steak, I fell in love with the flavor. In this guide, I am going to explain what makes this recipe so tasty and give you several other Japanese steak recipes to try.
Can you make bacon jerky at home? Is it difficult or too time-consuming? These are some fairly common questions and they come mostly from Moms wanting to make a healthy snack for their kids. Sound familiar? Are you looking for some great bacon jerky recipes? If so, here are a few tips, hints, and yummy bacon jerky recipes to get you started.
When I’m looking for a delicious food that goes with anything, I never hesitate to fry tofu. Fried tofu provides all of the crunches that I desire from dishes like tempura or tonkatsu, and it requires no meat, which means that I don’t have to sweat the fat as much. Whether I deep-fry the food or fry it up in my skillet with some sesame oil, I can’t get enough of the soy-based entrée, and in this guide, I’m going to show you exactly how wonderful frying up tofu can be.