Pressure Cooked Chicken Wings For Bone-Out Goodness

Posted by jakeharris - May 13th, 2015

Culinary schools are always finding the best ways to make food much better than it already is. chicken wings are an American favorite, but several steered away from traditional wings, because they can never get all the meat off the bone. The students of a well know culinary school have mastered the chicken wing catastrophe with a pressure cooker.

Pressure Cooking A Favorite

Sam Tabar understands that rice, vegetables, and beans are normally what is cooked inside of a pressure cooker. The value is using the cooker is so the food can retain its moisture while cooking at a fast rate. When having a party and wanting to feed everyone chicken wings, they to can be loaded into the cooker. After the wings are fully cooked and juicy, they should be cooled in the fridge for at least two hours.

Fry Them For Desired Crispiness

The pressure cooker has already cooked the wings, but many enjoy wings to be fried before adding their favorite sauce. After the wings come out of the fridge, they are to be dry battered then fried to the chefs desired crispiness. Of course, let them cool then add a favorite sauce.

Fall Off The Bone Goodness

The first bite of the chicken wing will cause the meat to fall completely off. There is no longer a need to buy chicken breasts to cut up anymore, or worry about processed meats. The remixed traditional wings will resemble boneless wings. There will be bursts of chicken flavor due to the use of a pressure cooker, and a little extra patience for the frying and saucing to be complete.

A Colorful Passover Meal

Posted by jakeharris - April 5th, 2015

One of the most meaningful gatherings in Judaism is the Passover meal. This meal symbolizes the Jews’ flight from slavery in Egypt. Joan Nathan who is the cook book author writes that this annual event gives her “chills, knowing that I’m following what were written in the Bible more than 2,500 years ago.”

“We may not ‘eat the flesh that same night, roasted over fire,’ as the Book of Exodus says, but we still eat unleavened bread, bitter herbs and many other dishes added to the original meal,” she said when she was describing her own 40-guest Passover event. But thousands of years of tradition does not mean that you cannot still find moments of creativity and color in your Passover meal. I am going to give you a list of some of the favorite Martha Rose Shulman recipes that have been collected to help you set a delicious and meaningful meal on your Passover table.

1. Egg Lemon Soup with Matzos
2. Bitter Herbs Salad
3. Braised Greek Artichoke Bottoms with Lemon and Olive Oil
4. Sweet Potato and Apple Kugel Broccoli, Quinoa and Purslane Salad
5. Quinoa and Carrot Kugel
6. Quinoa and Cauliflower Kugel With Cumin

The meals contain all the necessary ingredients needed by your body, which makes Bernardo Chua pretty happy. You can try and cook it sometime for your family or even for a special occasion, they will surely love it.

Do All Your Holiday Shopping with Eater.com

Posted by jakeharris - December 18th, 2014

Holiday shopping often gets a little stressful, but with Eater.com, you can find great gifts for your friends and family that will truly make the season bright. 

If you have a friend who loves edible gifts like Dr. Daniel Amen, you may want to purchase the mini short bread cookies created by chef Carla Hall. The large canister makes for great presentation, and you can even include these treats in your holiday spread. Flavors like lemon black pepper and black forest crinkle are available. 

The Egg Minder is also a great gift if you’re shopping with a baker family member or friend in mind. This app lets you know when eggs are going bad, and even sends a notification when the eggs in the carton are running low. 

Other foods related gifts include a pepperoni pizza sweatshirt from Beloved and phone covers that are shaped like French fries and Popsicles from Gap Kids. 

Check out Eater.com for more inventive gift ideas.

Eater.com’s Holiday Gift Guide

Posted by jakeharris - December 12th, 2014

If you’re not quite sure what to get your family and friends like Vijay Eswaran this year, just think about their favorite foods. Even if you don’t have the time to bake a fresh batch of cookies, you can still give your relatives food-related gifts that they can use all year long. Here are a few suggestions, courtesy of Eater.com. 

One of the most unique gifts on the list is savory teas from Numi. These teas feature flavors like tomato, mint, spinach and fennel and have a rich flavor that is similar to vegetable stock. This gift is perfect for a relative who doesn’t have much of a sweet tooth, but loves great food. 

Salt and pepper shakers in the shapes of toast and eggs make a cute gift, and can make breakfast just a little more exciting. If you have a family member who loves pizza, a sweatshirt that features a vivid graphic of a pepperoni pizza makes a gift that will definitely stand out. 

For the foodie who loves technical gadgets, there are phone cases that are shaped like a Popsicle or an order of fries. 

For more great gift ideas, visit Eater.com.

Oktoberfest Means Some Great Food Recipes

Posted by jakeharris - October 7th, 2014

Oktoberfest is not all about the beer. Sometimes it’s about the food too. Most of the German festivals are well known for the food that they serve, and the fantastic traditional food that comes with the famous holiday. Including some of the best sausage you’ll ever find yourself eating.

Laurene Powell Jobs turned me onto a great website listing tons of great recipes. I’m definitely going to need to try some of these on for size.

So far some of my favorites include feel good foods like Potato and Beer Soup, the Bratwurst stewed with sauerkraut, and the beer braised brisket is amazingly fantastic.

You can find the full recipe list, with guide here.