Culinary art is the art of preparing and cooking foods.
Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto
In the '70s, with the advent of New American cooking, sun-dried tomato pesto became something of a cliche-and was summarily forgotten on the culinary landscape. It's well worth a revival, especially when you cut down the fat and add a little vinegar for a nice spike.
Wild Rice Salad with Cranberries and Mint
Elliott Prag, a cooking instructor at New York's Natural Gourmet Institute, offers a culinary history lesson with this recipe. It calls for wild rice, dried cranberries, and maple syrup--all of them indigenous to North America.
This recipe updates a culinary classic by replacing traditional veal with tender, low-fat turkey breast tenderloin. It's a quick dinner that has just 148 calories per serving.
Lard Have Mercy! Bring on the Animal Fat
guessing we’d at least skip the butter, though.) There’s also a new book from Grit magazine called Lard: The Lost Art of Cooking with Your Grandmother’s Secret Ingredient , bursting with recipes for artery-clogging faves including fried chicken
Salmon Leftovers = Super Simple Meals: Easy Does It
salmon also has more protein, less fat yet more healthy omega fatty acids. Salmon is not high in mercury. To master the art of cooking perfect salmon , be sure to follow these no-fail tips. As for the easy recipes that follow, they’re no-brainers
Grow Your Own Culinary Herb Garden – Yard to Table
I mentioned several times during this ‘how to plant your own culinary herb garden’ video that I’d give a lot more specific information on the blog, but now that I’m here, I realize there’s not much more to tell you. Herbs are very easy to grow, and besides basil, which doesn't like to dry out, they only require occasional watering. Any well-drained soil will work, but your best bet is to grab a bag of ready-to-use planting mix. Feel free to double check with the person at the nursery, but it’s basically potting soil with benefits. And, I did say nursery. Drive the extra mile, and talk to people that just sell plants. I consider these herbs must-haves, but there are many more varieties you can try. I’ve done things like tarragon and cilantro in the past, and while they are a little more temperamental, they can be successfully cultivated. Nothing beats being able to go out into the garden, and just take a pinch of this and a pinch of that. When you consider the cost of one of these plants is just a little more than for a single bunch at the market, why not have a few pots around, even if they’re on the windowsill? I hope you plant your garden soon. Enjoy! NOTE: I’m not a gardening expert, so asking me specific question about soil types and weather issues will result in many a guess. My advice would be to use this video as an inspiration, and then check out some local gardening websites.
Mastering the Basics: How to Torch a Creme Brulee
Learn how to use a small butane torch to get the perfect, melted sugar topping on a crème brulee. It's a great way to show off your culinary skills for dinner guests!
How to Make Chutney
Learn how to make chutney, and you've got a secret weapon in your culinary arsenal! Create a baked brie appetizer, use it as a glaze on chicken, or use it as a condiment for pork.
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#BetterBurgerProject: Meet Chef Michael Kornick
Restaurants, is a nationally recognized leader in the culinary arts . Kornick works with the freshest seasonal ingredients ..... beer list How did you get started in the restaurant/ culinary industry? I was lucky enough to be given an opportunity
day twenty - italian desserts
Note: For six weeks, July 5 - August 11, I will be enrolled in the culinary arts cooking and pastry/baking certificate programs at Boston University. Cooking is Monday and Tuesday, baking is Wednesday and
Taste of Home - Mushrooms Every Day Every Way Recipe Contest
of three grand prizes of a trip to take cooking classes at Culinary Institute of America or weekly random-draw prizes of a Weber ..... and a trip for two for a premier chef's experience at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). The prize includes vouchers
Mushrooms Every Day Every Way Recipe Contest
of three grand prizes of a trip to take cooking classes at Culinary Institute of America or weekly random-draw prizes of a Weber ..... a trip for 2 including a premier chef's experience at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA).
Vegetarian Times: Chefs' Challenge
Calling all budding chefs ...Vegetarian Times is looking for the culinary stars of 2010 -- up-and-coming chefs who can take their talent, skills, and culinary training to create delicious vegetarian recipes. If you're graduating