Used to work for an AB distributor and have a twelve pack of 8oz Lima-Rita's at my house. Anybody used this for cooking or maybe stuffing it up a chicken (kind of like beer can chicken) and then call it Margarita Chicken? Or maybe used it in a bread or sauce? I know its kind of unusual but this IS a Serious Eats crowd!
I can't stand to pay for cable because I can only watch one show at a time out of 80+ channels, most of them not that great, and its a temptation to waste my time 'zoning out' in front of it when I could be cooking or learning something!
That being said, I have about 3 or 4 PBS channels that I can get on my TV. What are some of the great food shows on PBS worth watching?
I caught Rick Bayless on a show one day ('One plate at a time' maybe?) where his guest was Jacque Pepin and they shopped at the local market and cooked at Jacques vacation place in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
But now I have a hard time finding that show.
What else is out there on PBS?
After 84 'rounds' of evil Wal-Mart, is it OK to buy Target products and support the grocery store there? I wish everyone had the Central Market they have in Texas, its like 5x to 10x what whole foods is...How about it? Can we shop at Super Target for groceries?
I know that Emeril has a contract for so many million to complete so many years (2010) or so I heard...And that Food Network Star Winners get a small mini series, like 6 half hour shows. But how much do they usually get paid? And how many shows constitute a season? 10, 11, 12 shows? $500 and episode? 25 thousand a series...anybody have any clues or guesses?
I have been working towards some online sales projects with our catering company (exclusively yours catering [.com]) for 'lift-off' at the end of august and we have used herbs, avocado, cucumber, coffee, lavender, lemons, limes, coconut, buttermilk, goats milk. etc... you get the point. They work as exfoliates, mostierizers, nature coloring, smells...what would be your idea and why?
If wrapped right after baking, how long would just the cake layer keep in the freezer and still taste divine after assembling later? What would be the maximum optimal time? For any of you pro bakers out there...
Does anyone make a good haggis here in the states? Where? What restaurant or establishment? And how is it made? (I know the basic recipe but sometimes people change it to make it better or improvise for what they have)
Carcinogens are highly represented by the ingredients of vegetables theirselves and trace amounts are only found in pesticide sprays. Dr Ames (who the Ames test is named after) says that media blows things out of proportion. WAY OUT. It is said by reputable sources that media is scientifically and economical idiots and should only be good for reporting the days events as facts...Scientists today (though of course not the ones that don't agree with media buzz or help to sell add space/time/papers) agree that a lot of the hype over going organic was the presses fault for trying to run with stories that were simply not true or used statistics and 'facts' from other media sources and that involves a 'circular' dependancy on unreliable sources. In fact, the governments idea of being organic is not really organic at all...why not support 'local' for the obvious reasons and let your garden grow using 'chemicals' in their proper proportions that have been formulated. lab tested, and time proven to help your garden grow?
I know that Emeril has a contract for so many million to complete so many years (2010) or so I heard...And that Food Network Star Winners get a small mini series, like 6 half hour shows. But how much do...