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Japan Travel Guide: Kobe
Mike and I took a little trip to Kobe before we stopped in Tokyo for the majority of our stay in Japan. It was a fun, vibrant, compact city – perfect for walking and easing into the Japanese way of…
Japan Travel Guide: Hoshinoya Fuji
Fuji-san, as the locals call him, is huge, serene, and utterly charming. Read more! But be warned: this is a v v wordy and photo heavy because both Mike and I wrote a post! Click through the tabs to read both 🙂
Epic vegan Michelin Guide restaurant in Berlin. Honestly, I…
Epic vegan Michelin Guide restaurant in Berlin. Honestly, I can’t believe this is my first time eating here – it’s so fucking amazing. They do 3 and 5 course chef tasting menus, and a la carte dishes on certain nights of the week. Way too dark to take pictures of most of the food, but this is the incredible seitan stroganoff that was so tender, I could cut it with a butter knife. Seitan steak | beetroot-walnut confit | mustard jus | truffled potato mash | cucumber #vegan #berlin (at Lucky Leek)
Family History Gift Guide
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Family History Gift Guide Do you need a last minute Christmas Gift idea that you don’t even have to leave the house for? What is the perfect Christmas gift for someone in your family that will continue to grow and keep giving for generations to come? Check out this Family History Gift Guide for the…
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2015 Holiday Gift Guide
Happy Friday! It’s the day after Thanksgiving and that means it’s time for leftovers and the start of the holiday season! My eyes get extra sparkly right around now because it really is the most wonderful time of the year….
So, you’re planning on going to Tokyo? First off, congrats! I’m so jealous. Tokyo is one of my all favorite cities. There is so much to do, so much to see, and most importantly, so much to eat. Tokyo has…
It doesn t matter whether you ve got burgers, steak, ribs, or roast chicken on the menu shopping for and cooking meat can be confusing, and mistakes can be costly. After 20-plus years of purchasing and cooking beef, pork, lamb, veal, chicken, and turkey, the editors of Cook s Illustrated understand that preparing meat doesn t start at the stove it starts at the store.
And that s where The Cook s Illustrated Meat Book begins with a 27-page master class in meat cookery, which covers shopping (what s the difference between natural and organic labels?), storing (just how long should you really refrigerate meat and does the duration vary if the meat is cooked or raw?), and seasoning meat (marinating, salting, and brining).
Matching cut to cooking method is another key to success, so our guide includes fully illustrated pages devoted to all of the major cooking methods: sautéing, pan-searing, pan-roasting, roasting, grilling, barbecuing, and more. We identify the best cuts for these methods and explain point by point how and why you should follow our steps (and what may happen if you don t).
425 bulletproof and rigorously tested recipes for beef, pork, lamb, veal, and poultry provide plenty of options for everyday meals and special occasion dinners and you ll learn new (and better) ways to cook favorites such as Pan-Seared Thick-Cut Steak, Juicy Pub-Style Burgers, Weeknight Roast Chicken, Barbecued Pulled Pork, and more. (See the full recipe list.)
The Cook s Illustrated Meat Book also includes equipment recommendations (what should you look for in a good roasting pan and is it worth spending extra bucks on a pricey nonstick skillet?). In addition, hundreds of step-by-step illustrations guide you through our core techniques, whether you re slicing a chicken breast into cutlets or getting ready to carve prime rib.
Eminently practical and truly trustworthy, The Cook s Illustrated Meat Book is the only resource you ll need for great results every time you cook meat.
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