@Kenji Looks great. I'm definitely thinking making this as a side for Thanksgiving. Can the potatoes be par boiled, tossed in oil, and set on the baking pans in advance? The meal is not at my house, and I'd like to be able to throw the pans in the oven to avoid extra time in the kitchen. Not sure if this will have any adverse effects to the crispiness of the potatoes. Thanks for the recipe!
The perfect dish deserves a tiara,
Plus eggs, cheese and pancetta: my Spaghetti Carbonara.
Being on a budget and in need of quick dinners, I use one-skillet meals, as well. One go-to I have is a sort of turkey ragu:
I brown some ground turkey, then throw in chopped canned tomatoes and beans (garbanzo and chickpeas are my favoite), as well as some salt, pepper and any other spices I feel like. I cover it and let it simmer for around 10 minutes, then throw in a handful of spinach and let it wilt for a couple of minutes. Once done, I'll spoon it over some jasmine or brown rice.
Quick and delicious, and healthy too.
Belly and shoulder...gotta love the pig.
In college it was Footlong Turkey sub from Subway with Chipotle Southwest dressing, and a Diet Coke. Now it's lots of coffee and anything greasy from the diner. Been getting on the coconut water bandwagon, as well.
Porterhouse...2 for 1 baby.
I keep hearing technqiue is the key to being a good cook. What are some techniques you recommend every home cook learn? And how can we go about learning these techniques without formal training or lessons?
They have a Bub's in Bloomington, IN where I go to school. Unlike most places, they're not afraid to season their patties and it makes for a great burger. Good column.
Tyler's Ultimate is my favorite "how-to" show on Food Network. The food he makes is just amazing. I also like Barefoot and Guy's Big Bite, because his stuff is pretty easy to make.
I'm also pretty obsessed with Iron Chef America and Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.
But I'll watch whatever's on usually...unless it's Sandra
Sevilla in the Village. Best paella in NYC
Whatever my mom or grandma used to make for me on a cold day: matzo ball soup, chicken cutlets, kasha varnishkes, to name a few.
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