I realize I am a bit late to this party. For a while I thought Martha Stewart had given up cooking any other way than by using a sheet pan. She created 17 sheet pan suppers for Pork alone. She made everything from Pizza to […]
I spend an inordinate amount of time seeking recipes for that workhorse of the weeknight meal, the boneless, skinless chicken breast. But let’s face it, we could all overdose on chicken breasts. In a writing class I took before launching Chewing The Fat, one of […]
When I lived in Rome, Saltimbocca was an introduction to the cuisine of the city itself. “Saltimbocca alla Romana” featured veal, topped with Prosciutto and Sage in a Marsala and butter sauce. It was very good and, because of its ingredients, more expensive than most […]
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D’Artagnan Adds Chicken Confit to Its Extraordinay Line-Up Jan 17, 2018 | 11:13 am By Monte Mathews Staff Writer Home cooks and Chefs alike will welcome this terrific new Chicken Confit Photos Courtesy of D’Artagnan Foods D’Artagnan’s new Chicken Confit comes in packages of 2 […]
Why on earth does Andrew Zimmern eat what he does when he has this waiting for him at home? Rishia Zimmern’s Chicken with Shallots
Are you familiar with Andrew Zimmern? He’s hard to miss. For the past 15 seasons, starting in 2005, “Bizaare Foods with Andrew Zimmern” has aired on The Travel Channel. In over 100 episodes, Zimmern has been to 34 countries and 14 states in search of, […]
How about some Zha Jiang Mian for dinner tonight? Well then, how about some Black Bean Noodles with Pork and Mushrooms?
Andrew’s sister Lauren and I like to share “Comments” made by cooks about other people’s recipes. Our particular favorites are when someone spends not one minute following the original recipe but instead enters their own little world and creates a dish that has absolutely nothing […]
I love “Milanese”, which is basically what this recipe is. Veal Milanese is its much more expensive cousin. In Argentina, where it’s wildly popular, it’s called simply “Milanesa” and it’s made with Beef. In neighboring Chile it’s called Escalopa. In Mexico, it’s back to being […]
Starting this blog off with an entirely new design involved a lot of trips down Memory Lane. It was a very long and complex project just to get the old posts transferred over. Each and every one of them had to be reviewed and the […]
Bon Appetit’s Photo of its “Best Ever Ribs Recipe”. Would that the recipe was as good as their photo. One of my very favorite things to eat are ribs. Pork ribs and to get even more specific, St. Louis cut Pork Ribs which I […]