Posts Tagged ‘american cuisine’

Learn How to Make Hush Puppies with Jiffy Mix

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

Before introducing the delicious Jiffy Hush Puppy Recipe let us discuss the origin of the Hush Puppies. Having a crispy twist to the ordinary meal is always a delight. A light fried snack is always loved in every household and at every dinner table. From snacks to side dishes and party meal, certain food items have become an integral part of our daily cuisine. Hush puppies are one such example. The taste and flavor of these cornmeal bites are twice as inspiring and inviting than their name.

How to make black walnut ice cream

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in drink

Being a lover of ice cream, I have tried out countless recipes, and yet black walnut gelato remains to be my favorite. Some of the attractive features about this snack are its exceptional taste as well as the numerous health benefits it has to offer. Everyone who has tasted this recipe beams about how they have never had ice cream that good. As such, it is a pleasure to bestow it to you to give you a way to cool off during the hot seasons as you enjoy this delicacy.

New York Strip Vs Sirloin: Understanding Different Steaks

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

To me, steak is the quintessential American food. There’s nothing that reminds me of home more than a well-marbled piece of beef that’s been nicely warmed up on the inside with a crisp, browned exterior. While steak can offer an opportunity for a chef to showcase his or her skills, I think that the best way to prepare a steak is to simply let it showcase its incredible natural flavor.

How To Thicken Spaghetti Sauce: The Italian Secret To Getting Your Sauce Just Right

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

American sauces are a nightmare to get right. With traditional French or Italian or even English cooking, it’s pretty easy to find a single, reliable source you can use for your recipe. This lets you quickly compare the dish you’ve made with an “ideal” version and make the appropriate changes. When you ask a friend for advice or look online, you can usually get a pretty definitive answer immediately. If you need to thicken a pasta sauce, there will be a note in the recipe that tells you exactly how to do that.

Gumbo vs Jambalaya: The Two Bayou Stews

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

New Orleans is famous for its culture, food, and architecture. One of the most important southern port cities, New Orleans has historically been a melting pot of French, African, Carribean, and Spanish culture. This unique blend gave birth to a number of Creole dishes, including both Gumbo and Jambalaya. Here’s a quick rundown of everything you need to know when comparing gumbo versus jambalaya.
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