Leaving for Jamaica in a couple of days. We are staying at a resort in Rose Hall, however we plan on going into town for at least one afternoon. Are there any indigenous foods I should make a point of trying?
For Christmas I got $175.00 worth of William-Sonoma gift cards.
I already have a few pieces of All Clad pots and pans, and I have several Wusthuf and Shun knives.
I am having a difficult time deciding on what to add to my kitchen...
I should probably apologize in advance, since I'm sure this topic has been covered before...
Can anyone offer a pizza dough recipe that is not too difficult???
I am planning on making three pies, and would love to get a recipe that has the US measurements for three batches of dough.
I've got a serious hankering for some authentic homemade Fajitas. Only one problem.... Ive never made them... Should I grill, or cook in cast iron??? Should I marinade, or dry rub???
Can anyone help???
Shun, Wusthof, Global... Whats your preferred knife?
It is bitter cold here in Denver, and I've got a hankering for some good Green Chili to warm my bones.
Only one problem... I dont have a very good recipe...
Can anyone help???
Can anyone share with me, or direct me to an authentic Vietnamese Noodle Salad (Bun) Recipe?
I will be the first to admit that I'm not the best cook, however, I thoroughly enjoy cooking and will attempt to cook almost anything. I have tried to cook pot roast 5 times and it never comes out worth a darn. I've seared it, then put it in the oven, cooked it in a bag, crokpot and in a pot on the stovetop, and it always comes out dry... What the heck am I doing wrong???
Can anyone give me some pointers on how to chop like a pro?
I have the high end knives (Shun & Wusthof) and the high end cutting board (Ozark West). But for some reason even after I purchased the tools, the talent has yet to show up...
The classic Thai dish of ground chicken and basil, with chili, fish sauce, and a touch of sugar is quick and simple to prepare.