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Recipes, Cooking Tips, and Food News

Recipes, Cooking Tips, and Food News

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Meet The 11-Time World Pizza Champion Photo: Sara Remington You'd be hard pressed to find someone more enthusiastic than Tony Gemignani is about pizza. Tony Gemignani has one jealousy-inducing resume. All Natural Homemade Mouthwash Recipes Mouthwash is a neat little invention. It’s an easy way to feel like your mouth is totally clean and fresh smelling in a matter of seconds…and you can achieve all of this without a toothbrush on hand. It’s no wonder that mouthwash is so popular. My only question is this: Why should we grow so acquainted with pouring chemicals into our mouths, supporting the production and manufacturing of products that cause pollution, and spending money we don’t have to spend? Olive Lentil Burgers December 29, 2010 Olive Lentil Burgers by IsaChandra

What's the Difference Between Dutch Process and Natural Cocoa Powder? [Photographs: Marissa Sertich Velie, unless otherwise noted] There's a kitchen stereotype that bakers are meticulous and measure everything to the gram. They follow directions to the letter, all while savory cooks are throwing food into pots Swedish Chef style. Sometimes I wish I baked like that, but truth be told I often freestyle and substitute. Related Searches Buy this domain The domain may be for sale by its owner! This webpage was generated by the domain owner using Sedo Domain Parking. Disclaimer: Sedo maintains no relationship with third party advertisers.

Meal Articles One of the most gratifying things about being a food blogger is hearing from a reader that my blog helped solve a problem. Whether it's that someone needed the perfect dish to bring to a party and found the winning recipe on my site, or a reader who previously felt he or she didn't have the skills or money necessary to cook well at home, and then found recipes on BrokeAss Gourmet to overcome that, I get all warm and fuzzy when I hear I was able to make a difference in someone's culinary life. In that spirit, I'm excited to introduce to you a new feature here on BrokeAss Gourmet: #DearBrokeAss, wherein I attempt to help solve your food and cooking dilemmas.

The Serious Eats Field Guide to Asian Greens [Photographs: Ben Jay, unless otherwise noted] When you walk into the produce section of your local Asian supermarket, you'll probably be greeted by a dazzling but daunting display of unusual greens. They're all great, and easy to cook, but it helps to be armed with some knowledge to tell your shoots from your choys. That's why we highlighted the most common varieties you'll find in Asian groceries with notes on what they are, how they taste, and most importantly, what to do with your haul. AA Choy AA Choy stalks and leaves.

DIY Hoisin Sauce-The Battle It is no secret that I am delighted when I find I can make a homemade version of a commercial product. Several months ago I found a recipe for Hoisin Sauce in a microwave book. The author indicated that the recipe had come from Recipezaar which is now I thought I would go check the recipe out on the site. When I got there I found that there were two very different recipes for making Hoisin Sauce. 'wichcraft: food about our food the ’wichcraft menu includes seasonal breakfast items, sandwiches, soups, salads, and pastries – all made from scratch daily. we prepare almost everything in our own kitchen, which allows us to hand pick each ingredient and ensure unparalleled quality. we slow roast, braise, and poach our sandwich meats; we hand pull mozzarella; and we bake pastries and cream’wiches each morning. whenever possible we work with small producers, use greenmarket vegetables and serve sustainably raised meat. and when there’s a great local artisanal item that just can’t be improved upon it very likely may end up on the menu. even our beverages come from companies that share our commitment to quality, including coffee from la colombe, soda from boylan bottling company and teas from mighty leaf. you can learn more about our food and our philosophy by browsing the sections below, or if you’ve heard enough, head on over to our menu.

Decoding the Secret Language of Food Expiration Dates Americans tend to harbor dark suspicions about that forgotten can of beans in the back of the pantry, far past its sell-by date. If you’re like most consumers, you probably just toss expired items on the better-safe-than-sorry principle (unless, perhaps, it’s a Twinkie). But there’s a good chance many aged food remains totally safe to eat, according to a new report (PDF) that blames the flawed food-dating system for tons of perfectly edible food getting wasted each year.