Do you enjoy eating salt & pepper chips? Me too, but you are most likely imagining the thin potato chips that you get in a bag when I asked that question, but did you know there is another kind of chips that you can enjoy. Think fish and chips. This type of chips are better known by most of us as French fries, and these salt and pepper chips taste just as great. So, how do you make them at home? Well, there are several different methods of cooking that you can try.
Have you ever come across some veggies names in a recipe that you have never heard of? Well, I have, and I like vegetables, so when I find something new, it piques my curiosity. Recently, I have made an effort to try some of the more unique vegetables that are available at my local market. I even visited my local Asian food market to see if there were some vegetables names in the produce section that were new to me. I found quite a few, and I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed them.
Are you looking for a NY strip recipe to share with friend or family the next time that you have guests visiting your home? Well, this is something that I grew up enjoying because my father was somewhat of a steak perfectionist, and New York strip was his favorite.
My daughter came home from school the other day with the assignment that she had to prepare an unusual food from around the globe. After we discussed making silkworm larvae, guinea pig, alpaca and cobra snake, we finally settled on feeding her class squid sushi. In order to accomplish this feat, we had to do a lot of homework, and I would love to tell you about what we learned and offer you some recipes so that you can try it in your own home soon.
A few years ago, almost nobody was asking how to be a barista. Coffee has gone through a very interesting set of changes over the last few years, however. Whether it’s due to the internet, the explosion of Starbucks, or the rise of a new generation is a mystery. No matter what the reason is, there’s no denying that we’ve seen an uptick in highly skilled individuals working at local coffee shops.
One of the advantages of preparing your own meals is your ability to control exactly what you’re eating. At a restaurant, I have no idea how much salt, butter, and sugar the cook is adding. At home, I can dictate the levels of each ingredient to my liking. I don’t have to guess whether a meal is wheat or gluten free, how much added sugar there is, or what kinds of fats are in my dinner. I know, because I’m the one in control.
I hardly need an excuse to eat tuna. Whether it’s seared with a delicious crust of salt, marinated and served as a steak, or even mixed with homemade mayo and relish and spread on a kaiser roll, tuna has no problem finding a home in my stomach.