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How to Cook a Really Crispy Duck or Chicken
Posted on March 21, 2022 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.You won't be the only real the one that enjoys this Crispy Duck Recipe, but everybody else at your dining room table...
What to Look for in a Cooking Class
Posted on July 23, 2021 by Chase Demko
When considering going for a cooking class it is very important look for a class which will be of the very most benefit for you.There are always a wide selection of cooking classes available and locating the best one for you personally could be intimidating.Below are a few 'what to check for' tips when contemplating a cooking class.Class Size: Select a cooking class with a restricted amount of students...
Supporting Local Flavors
Posted on February 17, 2021 by Chase Demko
Why are they turning into their regional markets more and more? In a nutshell they need fresh, healthful produce with amazing flavor.There are a lot of other benefits to purchasing local products and it would seem Americans are now rediscovering what their regional growers have to offer.FRESHERCare for more healthy ingredients? Locally grown items are generally harvested 1 or two days prior to hitting the market which makes them considerably fresher then conventional store bought ingredients...
Cooking Aprons: An Overview
Posted on November 19, 2020 by Chase Demko
All of us take note of the chefs in our favorite restaurant, at some point or another.We recognize them by their signature hats and chef aprons.Chefs have used cooking aprons for a countless number of years.Not only is it the attire-of-choice at many high-end restaurants, chef aprons are a practical accessory for their wardrobe.Chefs wear cooking aprons for many reasons.1 reason is they are dealing with many different food ingredients for several hours every day...
Green Tea Brewing Guide
Posted on September 21, 2020 by Chase Demko
Green tea is thought to have many healthy benefits.For those who have ever tasted a good cup of green tea it could be reviving and yummy.However the delicate nature of this tea does require a certain watchful eye when preparing it.Here's an easy to follow guide on the best way best to brew an outstanding cup of green tea.* Use premium quality tea a lesser quality won't yield as good a taste.* If using lesser quality, boil water and simmer for a longer time period...
Garlic: A Quick Guide
Posted on June 1, 2020 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...