Archive for December 2018
What to serve with Chicken Cordon Bleu?">What to serve with Chicken Cordon Bleu?
I'm looking for any sides, or salads or even a dessert to serve with chicken cordon blue? No food allergies, no dislikes, Recipe links are a plus. Thanks Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
uses for tomato paste you rarely hear of">uses for tomato paste you rarely hear of
I wen searching on the internet for tomato paste recipes. Not recipes to make it - not recipes using it as a seasoning (as in tomato sauces), but recipes using that whole 6-oz can. I was hoping for some new ones, but I could not even find any...Read more
In Search of Wiesswurst (Bokwurst) and Knackwurst in Philly">In Search of Wiesswurst (Bokwurst) and Knackwurst in Philly
I have searched high and low for a butcher shop or super market that carries Bok and Knackwurst. Any suggestions fellow Philly Chowhounders? Go Eagles!! Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Help with korean style short ribs">Help with korean style short ribs
When I was a kid, my dad would grill short ribs (the "english" cut, not flanken) on a hibachi. They'd been marinated previously in a soy sauce, sesame oil, sesame seed, etc. marinade. The end result was nicely charred but still a bit rare inside. We'd gnaw those bones to...Read more
Instant Pot Soup">Instant Pot Soup
I would like to make a meatless, mushroom and barley soup. The recipes that I am considering all have meat. Would I need to reduce the cooking time of a recipe that contains meat if I leave meat out? Do I need to make any other adjustments? Also, if you have...Read more
Pork stew meat, what to do with it?">Pork stew meat, what to do with it?
TIA- I bought a pkg of ‘like’ beef stew meat only pork&smaller cuts. Took it out of freezer this morning to thaw for dinner. What to do with this I have no clue, any help appreciated. Guess I could grind it&make meatballs...or...... Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Aligator filets, options other than deep frying?">Aligator filets, options other than deep frying?
Hi, we visit FL twice a year and are accustomed to eating alligator bits-o-this-n-that in restaurants. Usually this is breaded/fried. Recently, our grocery started carrying 1 lb packages of alligator filet meat. I already made one with some spice and breading and deep fried, and everyone liked it fine,...Read more
Perfect Turkey... Finally!">Perfect Turkey... Finally!
This is my favorite method. I do follow the temperature recommendations because the breast always rises to 165-ish while resting. And, my kids are really critical of white meat. I'm rolling my eyes here because they don't give anyone else in the family a hard time about it. I throw...Read more
S-ton of Elk">S-ton of Elk
Hank Shaw is always a good bet! https://honest-food.net/?s=elk Reading More May Cause Envy...Read more
Perfect Turkey .. Finally!">Perfect Turkey .. Finally!
I've always loved the Petrini's Roasted Turkey recipe I posted here a long time ago but this year I decided to try the Serious Eats Spatchcocked turkey: https://www.seriouseats.com/2012/11/how-to-spatchcock-cook-turkey-thanksgiving-fast-easy-way-spatchcocked.html I much prefer Butterballs and bought a fresh one from Safeway and convinced their Meat Dept manager to cut away the backbone for me...Read more