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Michael Ruhlman - Translating the chef's craft for every kitchen

Michael Ruhlman - Translating the chef's craft for every kitchen

Cultured Young Coconut Yogurt A few months ago I decided I wanted to make my own yogurt. Real, cultured yogurt. Of course making it traditionally with animal milk was out of the question, so into the world of milk alternatives I went. Places 6 Places To Eat Incredibly Well In Saint Thomas Where to eat on the beautiful U.S. Virgin Island Nov 19, 2014 2:00 pm Sparkling, pristine beaches? Taste Buddies - A Sydney Food Blog Week four into the pastry module and I am well and truly on a butter high. Not exactly great for the cholesterol but I’ve only got two weeks left until the end of term. One of our recent lessons included making sweet paste, also known as “pate sucree”. Sweet paste is used for tart bases or shortbread cookies. There are several methods in which to make it with the ‘creaming’ or ‘rub in’ method resulting in a lighter and crumblier end product.

anissa's blog Yesterday I was taken to buy saffron by my wonderful friend, Maryam Abdallah, Qatar’s first TV chef and a wonderful cook and educator. On the way, she gave me a wonderful tip on how to make sure I am buying real saffron which I thought I would pass on. Now, you probably don’t need to know this if you are buying saffron pre-packed by the gram but you better know it if you are going to buy saffron in industrial quantities the way they do in the souk. Soft-Serve Frozen Yogurt You guys must think that all I eat these days is ice cream. Well, that’s not true, I still eat my green salad everyday and a few other things, but for some reason every recipe I create for the blog turns into an ice-cream. I hope you are enjoying the ice cream spiral I’m on. Today’s ice cream is soft-serve frozen yogurt, destined to cool you off.

Cooking With Seeds - Cardamom Seeds Am here with this month's seeds for cooking with seeds event, after going through many seeds my final choice went for cardamom seeds...Cardamom or cardamom seeds is a popular spice used in India and in Middle East..Cardamom seeds are referred to as the Queen of spices, apart from its aromatic fragrance used for flavouring foods, cardamom also many healthy benefits for digestive system in aroma therapy..Caradmom seeds or cloves are used as versatile spice for making out sweet dishes or many spicy dishes also can be grounded into powder with their seeds to spice out many dishes.. You need to do: 1)Cook anything with green or black cardamom seeds, both vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes are accepted from today to 5th May 2010..

Two Tweaks on the Cosmo, Mandarin style . . . Mandarin Cosmo Jelly Shot (front, pictured with Mango Cosmo Jelly Shot), garnished with a small wedge of mandarin orange Mango Cosmo Jelly Shot, garnished with a small wedge of fresh mango A reader inquired if Jelly Shot Test Kitchen had any recipes featuring mandarin vodka, his wife's favorite liquor. Raw Food Life - the Science of Raw Food! Would you like to live in a world without war or poverty ... where everyone respects the lives, liberty and property of everyone else? Would you like to see justice, equality and freedom for all become a reality? Learn about how to form "Octologues" -- groups that use consensus (vs. majority rule) and an ethical code of behavior to increase our power and ability to get things done. Together we can restore our freedoms locally and create a non-coercive model to replace our corrupt political institutions. Click this button to learn about the recipe for peace, prosperity and freedom. WELCOME The Science of Raw Food

Sunday Roast Recipe This has to be my ultimate Sunday lunch. It’s a special alternative to your traditional roast beef dinner. I think part of the brilliance of this meal lies in confidently slicing up the component parts of the rib roast in a different way. This encourages people to think about the individual cuts of meat. We Like It Raw - Raw Food Goodness I’ve just gotten back to Utah from Eugene, Oregon and WOW what a trip it was! I was so blessed to be able to spend some quality time with my son Erik who is a vegan chef in Eugene hiking and site seeing. Eugene is literally a MECA of vegan cafes! They are everywhere! He told me it’s harder to find meat in Eugene than it is vegan food.

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