'holiday entrees' on Serious Eats

Salt Roasted Fish

This method of preparing fish produces a moist, flavorful final product, has a fantastic presentation built in, and is simple to prepare. This recipe is written for two one-pound fish, but can be easily scaled to serve four, or even six by multiplying the amounts of salt, herbs and egg whites used to create the crust. More

Easy Roast Chicken with Asparagus and Leeks

One of the great things about spring is that it provides you with a plethora of vegetables that need only brief cooking stints to become delicious. This makes them the perfect companion for a roast chicken dinner. Simply roast your chicken, have your vegetable prepped, then cook them while the chicken rests. All of your food comes out piping hot at the exact same time. More

Slow-Roasted Spice-Rubbed Venison Loin

Cooking venison loin is not all that different from cooking beef loin, except that it is significantly leaner. Since fat transmits heat much slower than lean protein, in beef, it acts as an insulator. Thus the fattier the cut, the slower it cooks. Lean venison take only about two-thirds the time to cook than an equivalent-sized piece of beef. More

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