How to Make Garlic Paste
Please stop buying garlic paste! When it’s as easy as this, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t make it yourself. Like most bulbs (most people mistakenly believe it’s a herb), it’s way better fresh. I would go...
- Posted February 19, 2018
Oh Those Onions!
Sautéed Onions. No one can resist this do-everything condiment. We have friends who make vats of it for holiday gifts. Use it to serve on grilled steak or chicken, over a baked potato, as a topping for a...
- Posted February 16, 2018
Barley Risotto with Duck Sausages
Our barley risotto, served with duck sausages, is hearty enough for a one dish main course on the coldest night of the year. Double the recipe to serve eight. You’ll all be enchanted. Barley Risotto with Duck...
- Posted February 13, 2018
The Ultimate BBQ Guide
We’ve got something special for you here. Just in time for the weekend… It’s the Ultimate BBQ Guide info-graphic. With BBQ season in full swing, we thought this BBQ cheat sheet would help keep you on the...
- Posted February 9, 2018
Vegetarian Split Pea Soup
Although often made with a ham bone, this version of split pea soup is so hearty and heart healthy you won’t miss the meat. Serve with thick slices of rustic bread. Vegetarian Split Pea Soup Print...
- Posted February 6, 2018
Kitchen Cheat Sheet
While this kitchen cheat sheet was originally made for the UK… Because it has the “imperial” measurements, it’s actually quite handy! This thing is chock-full of useful information… Metric Conversions, Meat Cuts with diagrams, Cooking Times… It...
- Posted February 3, 2018
All About Risotto
What is Risotto? Interested in learning more about risotto? This article discusses it’s history and includes a gourmet recipe for creating this wonderful Italian dish at home. Where Risotto Originates Risotto is a traditional Italian rice dish...
- Posted January 31, 2018
All About Capers
About Capers and Their Culinary Uses The caper plant is a small-flowering bush that is usually seen growing wild along the Mediterranean coastline. It’s usually found clinging and protruding from rocks, mountainsides, and out of cracks in...
- Posted January 28, 2018
Which Knife Should You Use?
Let’s talk knives. Hopefully you’ve made the wise investment in a set of quality knives. While you can spend less (sometimes considerably less), the difference between a high quality blade and a cheap blade is like night...
- Posted January 25, 2018
Blackened Tilapia with Cranberry-Mango Salsa
This is a great summer dish that is sure to get your tongue tingling… Tilapia is seasoned with blackening seasoning and quickly pan fried or grilled to perfection. An added spoonful of White Girl Cranberry Mango Salsa...
- Posted January 22, 2018
How to Use Wine to Make a Sauce
To Wine or Not to Wine, that is the Question When in Rome, do as the Roman’s do. And fortunately for the modern world, the Romans added wine to their cooking and sauce. The rest of the...
- Posted January 19, 2018
Muhummara -Walnut-Garlic Spread
In the United States we are still discovering many of the wonderful and unusual combinations of spices and foods from the Middle East. Walnuts and garlic may seem to be an unlikely combination but we assure you...
- Posted January 16, 2018
7 Layer Dip
The perfect bring for a party! This recipe for 7 Layer Dip from White Girl Salsa will have everyone talking. A perfect middle-of-the-road mix of tomatillo flavor and spice! Medium boasts the ideal zesty kick. 7 Layer...
- Posted January 13, 2018
Grilled Skirt Steak with Bone Suckin’ Sauce
There are lots of ways to prepare a marinade and make a BBQ sauce for grilling skirt steak. But if you want to save time and have the delicious consistency of an award winning sauce give Bone Suckin’ BBQ...
- Posted January 10, 2018