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Coq au Vin Recipe : Alton Brown. Cut off the root end of each pearl onion and make an "x" with your knife in its place.

Coq au Vin Recipe : Alton Brown

Bring 2 to 3 cups of water to a boil and drop in the onions for 1 minute. Remove the onions from the pot, allow them to cool, and then peel. You should be able to slide the onions right out of their skin. Set aside. Sprinkle the chicken on all sides with kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper. The Best Cauliflower Ever Recipe : Daphne Brogdon. Eileen Fisher Organic Linen Scoop Neck Tank Dress. Theory 'Adlerdale' Sleeveless Linen Blend Dress. Equipment 'Knox' Corset Front Linen Shirtdress (Nordstrom Exclusive) James Perse Stripe Linen Dolman Tunic Dress. BLANKNYC 'Out of Spite' Sleeveless Linen & Cotton Shirtdress. AYR 'The Escape' Linen Maxi Dress. Vineyard Vines Shimmer Linen Blend Tunic Dress. MICHAEL Michael Kors Sleeveless Linen Shirtdress (Regular & Petite) Eileen Fisher Organic Linen Ballet Neck Knee Length Shift Dress. James Perse Stripe Linen Shirtdress. Steamed eggs in an earthenware bowl (Ttukbaegi gyeranjjim) recipe. Steamed egg cooked in an earthenware bowl is called ttukbaegi gyeranjjim because ttukbaegi means “earthenware bowl” in English and gyeranjjim means “steamed egg mixture.”

Steamed eggs in an earthenware bowl (Ttukbaegi gyeranjjim) recipe

The good thing about this dish is that you can serve it like stew or soup, it’s delicious either way. I posted my gyeranjjim recipe a few years ago but I used my microwave oven instead a stove. Enjoy fluffy hot ttukbaegi gyeranjjim! Ingredients Eggs, chicken broth, fish sauce, green onion, sesame oil. Directions Add 1½ cups of chicken broth to a 3 cup earthenware bowl. Open the lid and turn off the heat.

Serve hot as a side dish with rice. Spinach side dish (Sigeumchi-namul) recipe. Mung bean sprout side dish (Sukjunamul-muchim) recipe. Today I’m going to make a mung bean sprout side dish with my homegrown mung bean sprouts.

Mung bean sprout side dish (Sukjunamul-muchim) recipe

If you followed my directions and harvested your sprouts already, this is perfect timing for you and you’re ready to start! If you didn’t grow your sprouts, don’t worry, you can still buy them in a grocery store. They’re widely available these days. In Korean, this recipe is called sukju-namul which is also the name for the bean sprouts themselves. Korean lettuce salad (Sangchu-geotjeori) recipe.

Today I’m going to show my my all-time favorite fast and easy recipe for a quick, spicy salad that can be made from a head of lettuce.

Korean lettuce salad (Sangchu-geotjeori) recipe

Kale Pancakes recipe. Hi everybody!

Kale Pancakes recipe

Let’s make something healthy, delicious, and a little salty today. It’s a delicious Korean side dish, meant to be eaten with rice and other side dishes. Have you ever heard of jangtteok (장떡)? They’re pancakes seasoned with Korean jang like ganjang (soy sauce), doenjang (soybean paste), or gochujang (hot pepper paste). They make great side dishes for rice and are a popular choice in Korean lunchboxes. Yak-gochujang (Fried gochujang) recipe. If you’re a fan of Korean gochujang, the spicy, sweet, savory, pungent paste that’s used so often in Korean cooking, you’re going to love yak-gochujang.

Yak-gochujang (Fried gochujang) recipe

It’s gochujang fried with beef, honey, sesame oil and pine nuts, and will totally knock your socks off! Yak-gochujang looks simple, but it’s a very special dish. “Yak” means medicine in Korean, as the honey gives it medicinal powers that makes it good for your body. Because of its precious ingredients, and rich, refined flavors, it was historically considered a side dish for the upper classes. Of course these days it’s enjoyed by a wider range of people. Once you make it, you can keep it in the fridge for a month. I also think it would make a nice gift for someone who loves spicy things! Oi naengguk (Cold cucumber soup side dish) recipe. Are you looking for something refreshing, light, healthy, and cold cold cold?

Oi naengguk (Cold cucumber soup side dish) recipe

Yes, how about a cold cucumber side dish? In Korean it’s called oi-naengguk and it’s perfect for summer! The thin cucumber matchsticks soaked in icy cold, sweet, sour, salty, and garlicky brine will please your appetite. The cold temperature is a nice surprise and the crispy but soft texture of the cucumber is wonderful. A great thing about this side dish is that you can make it in 5 minutes, and you don’t need to cook anything at all. Make this in the summer time, and I guarantee everyone will love it. Beef short ribs (Galbijjim) recipe. Galbi jjim is one of the most popular Korean dishes.

Beef short ribs (Galbijjim) recipe

It’s made with beef short ribs and is often prepared for special occasions. Ingredients 2 lbs (about 1 kg) of beef short ribs, water, cooking wine, soy sauce, black pepper, brown sugar, garlic, green onion, onion, sesame oil, carrots, radish, shiitake mushrooms, and mulyeot (corn syrup). Directions Soak 5 shiitake mushrooms in warm water for about 4-6 hours.Soak short ribs in cold water in a large bowl for at least 30 minutes and change the water a few times.Boil water in a large pot. Throw away the boiling water and clean the pot.Place the clean beef short ribs in the pot.Prepare a bowl to make seasoned water by mixing 2 cups of water, 4 tbs soy sauce, 8 cloves of minced garlic), ½ sliced onion, 1 tbs rice wine, and 1 tbs brown sugar.Add it to the short ribs in the pot. Open the lid of the pot and add all ingredients (carrot, radish, shiitake mushrooms) to the pot. Bibimbap (Mixed rice with vegetables) recipe.

Today’s recipe is bibimbap, a super-popular Korean dish you might have heard about already!

Bibimbap (Mixed rice with vegetables) recipe

It’s made of a bowl of rice, sautéed and seasoned vegetables (namul: 나물), a bit of hot pepper paste (gochujang: 고추장), and usually a bit of seasoned raw beef, too (yukhoe: 육회). Bibim (비빔) translates as “mixed,” and bap (밥) means “cooked rice,” so bibimbap literally means “mixed rice.” Before eating it you’re supposed to mix everything all together. Ox bone hangover soup (Ppyeo-haejangguk: 뼈해장국) recipe. Today I’m going to introduce you to ppyeo-haejangguk, or ox bone hangover soup.

Ox bone hangover soup (Ppyeo-haejangguk: 뼈해장국) recipe

This soup is made from boiling ox bones for hours and hours until all the delicious, nutritious meat, marrow, and ligaments dissolve and create a hearty bone broth. The resulting soup is rich, savory, earthy, and best of all, after one spoonful I can feel my lips stick together from the collagen. I think: “Wow this is good for my body,” which makes me enjoy it even more. Austin’s Best Happy Hour Food Specials for Under $5. Between rent, car notes, and cell phone bills, it feels like our paychecks are gone before we even get them. Sometimes you have to spoil yourself on nice things like a stiff drink, a cold beer, or a good bite. Luckily, Austin has some great places to spoil yourself without breaking the bank during happy hour. We have 10 spots you have to check out where you can snag some happy hour bites for under $5. Second Street District Happy Hour: 3-7pm Mon-Sat, All Day Happy Hour Sunday Bar Chi will make you feel slipped into some lounge in New York, but this sushi spot is right in downtown Austin.

West 6th Happy Hour: 4-7pm Mon-Sat Benji’s is known for having some expensive dishes including $45 Premium Gold Angus fajitas but happy hour is for those of us that want to try some good food without spending our whole paycheck. North Lamar (and other locations) Uchi menu agemono. Best Happy Hours in Austin. Best Happy Hours in Austin. The 12 Best Fall 2016 Trends From New York Fashion Week. Scroll To See More Images 1 of 13 As always, the end of New York Fashion Week brings with it the inevitable forecasting of next year’s biggest trends, and while it’s still too early to tell which styles the masses will take to, there was a handful of strong recurring looks that emerged with a vengeance from the high-fashion Fall 2016 runways.

While a few trends are holdovers from this past fall (statement fur, thoughtful layering), others definitely feel shiny and new (neck adornments, excessive ruffles). Overall though, the biggest trend appeared to be not really paying attention to the season at all. Blame it on the exceptionally warm weather most of the U.S. faced this winter, but nearly every designer presented fall collections that felt springlike in nature—slinky slip dresses, billowy off-the-shoulder tops, florals, and strapless tops. Still, there’s plenty to look forward to, namely the 12 trends highlighted below. 2 of 13 Prabal Gurung; J.Crew; Michael Kors; Libertine Statement Fur. Fall 2016 Fashion Trends - Comprehensive Guide Fall Trends. Scrambling and Poaching Eggs.