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How to Cook a Really Crispy Duck or Chicken

Posted on December 21, 2019 by Chase Demko
If you are like me you like the skin externally of duck, whether it's crispy.The texture of the meal can totally be changed with a crispy skin.The trick is to be sure the duck is scored over the front and salted heavily.This helps dry out your skin and produces a brilliant crispy skin...

Steps to Confident Turkey Carving for Thanksgiving

Posted on October 14, 2019 by Chase Demko
Turkey carving is simple if you have these four simple guidelines to check out.Have roasted turkey breast side through to a platter.Pull the turkey drumsticks from your body of the turkey.Feel for an indentation between your turkey drumstick and your body and cut through this...

A Beginners Guide to Chinese Cookery

Posted on July 4, 2019 by Chase Demko
To assist you to on the way to cooking Chinese food in the home, I'll briefly describe the essential equipment, ingredients and techniques that you have to know to enable you to produce some simple and tasty dishes.I am hoping you enjoy this article and that it inspires one to get cooking!EquipmentAlthough there are several implements and devices you can purchase, to start on the path to cooking your personal Chinese food, you truly only require a good knife or two and a wok...

What You Need in a Gourmet Kitchen

Posted on May 2, 2018 by Chase Demko
The best way to choose what you need in your kitchen is to first decide what it is you will be cooking in there.The best suggestion I ever heard on this matter is to find five dishes you really love.The dishes you like to find on menus at restaurants.The next thing you need to do is learn to prepare those dishes to your standards...

Garlic: A Quick Guide

Posted on March 1, 2018 by Chase Demko
Garlic, there's nothing like the smell of garlic.It's great in soups and sauces, roasted with meats or on it's own, and it's wonderful mixed with butter and slathered on bread and then baked.The scientific name for garlic is Allium Sativum.It's related to the lily and the onion.Although associated with the onion, and using a taste that really slightly resembles that of an onion, garlic doesn't bring tears to the eyes when sliced...