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Easy and Delicious Sous Vide London Broil

Written by Ona J Bass on . Posted in food

A sous vide London Broil is an amazingly American dish, in spite of the French used in the description and the reference to London, England. It is a cooking method long used by fancy restaurants to make cuts of beef that are ordinarily tough and unpalatable into a delicious serving of meat. Some fanciers say that it is less a cut of meat and much more a cooking method.

What to Serve with Cabbage Rolls: Perfect Side Dishes

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

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My love for cabbage rolls started way back in college, when one of my Ukrainian roommates cooked some for dinner. It was one of the heartiest and tastiest cabbage rolls I have ever tasted in my life, and I was instantly addicted. From then on, I’ve tried making cabbage rolls myself and perfecting my own recipe. I’ve even tried making different versions of the dish like the Ukrainian Golubtsi, the Polish Golabki, and the German Kohlrouladen. They’re all cabbage rolls, but each country has its own different twist on the dish so that no two are exactly alike.

Creative and Enjoyable Babybel Cheese Recipes

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in food

Are you looking for Baby bell cheese recipes for your family to enjoy? I find that I always have this little round cheese floating around in my refrigerator, but I often only eat it as a snack because I don’t know what recipes to use them in. Recently, I had quite a few of these cheeses, so I looked into Babybel cheese recipes that don’t take a lot of effort to make.

Pancetta: An Italian Pork Masterpiece

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in food

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Pancetta, sometimes misspelled as panchetta or pancheta, is an Italian cured meat that’s absolutely delicious. Sometimes marked as “Italian bacon,” pancetta is a wonderful addition to salads, sandwiches, and party platters. If you’ve got an easily available local source of pancetta, you can also use it as a soup starter or quick way to flavor just about anything that you’re cooking with a healthy dose of porky goodness.

Goodbye to Rubbery Chicken!

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in food

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Have you ever devoted lots of effort and time into a supposedly guaranteed-to-be delicious recipe only to have nothing to show for it but disappointment? Rubbery chicken breast comes to mind. While this problem may sound petty, the flavor of your meat is backed up by its texture. Just as it’s difficult to think of uncooked chicken –or any other meat–as tasty, it’s also difficult to enjoy a good meal with rubbery chicken.

Are Vegan Chips Actually Good to Eat?

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

From vegetarian potato chips to an array of other forms of chips, vegan chip lovers often wonder if their favorite delicious snacks are vegan. Vegan chips have become very popular, and I found a variety of tastes and textures in my favorite health food store. However, there may be chips for vegans lying in wait at the supermarket as well as the health food hangout. And for those on the go- you can find some of these choices at the nearby gas station!

Center Cut Bacon vs Regular Bacon

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in food

People love bacon for many reasons, and over the years, there has been a focus on center cut bacon. Before I get into what this is and the differences it has with other kinds of bacon such as the regular cut, I find that I should first give you a brief introduction to bacon cuts.