Reviews

Dec 18

Chili Oil – Quick, Easy & Homemade

Walk through the grocery store and you will see an abundance of oils, vinegars and even alcohol infused with herbs and vegetables. Included in this vast selection of flavored liquids for food, are vegetable oils infused with a variety of chilies (hot peppers). The combinations are definitely enticing, but the price can be expensive. Honestly, …

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Dec 14

Pollo de Tapatio (Roast Chicken with Tapatio Salsa Picante)

One of the great things about chicken is that the meat provides a perfect median in which to absorb the flavors of the seasoning applied. Now add to this the hours needed to roast or smoke a whole chicken and the ability for the meat to embrace the flavors is even more impressive. There was …

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Dec 12

Green Onion & Cheddar Cheese Egg White Omelet

One of the results of some recipes using eggs is that there is the need for the yolk, but not the egg white; i.e. making homemade ice cream. My personal issue is that I really dislike the idea of discarding the egg whites. Whether you call it frugal, thrifty or cheap, the reality is that …

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Dec 04

Colonel Mustard in the Kitchen with the Succulent Salmon

I have not played the board game Clue in decades, but when thinking of titles for this post, the inclusion of Colonel Mustard was decided upon from the very beginning. I wish I knew what it was, but the pairing of mustard with salmon is one of those combinations where you just cannot go wrong. …

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Nov 20

Jamie’s Italian Restaurant in Leeds: Appetizer Review

I can count on less than one hand the number of restaurants owned and operated by famous television chefs I have eaten at in my lifetime. There was Nola’s by Emeril Lagasse 1998 and…I am thinking, thinking, well Jamie’s Italian in 2012. I think that I have made it clear that I am not a …

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