Are you a fan of Japanese food? If not yet, I believe it’s high time you got at least a little bit acquainted with it. Japanese chefs tend to make the most delicious dishes and they usually pride themselves in both the ingredients and the techniques they use. A lot of people are often puzzled with the names of their dishes, as well as the taste and the way they are prepared. Continue reading “Yakitori: Meaning, Unusual Types And Preparation Tips”
There is nothing more awesome than combining a couple of flavors and really wowing your guests at the dinner table. Sweet and sour, tender yet crispy, chili and chocolate, salty sweet popcorn – we all love a good mix up when it comes to flavors, and that is why this sweet tea smoked brisket recipe will be a winner at any dinner party.
If you are looking for a fresh, new recipe to impress your guests this weekend that, of course, is a doddle to put together, then you cannot be without this sweet tea smoked brisket. The combination of the sticky and sweet brisket rub with the tea infusion is a mix that you will regret not having tried out sooner. Continue reading “That Sweet Tea Smoked Brisket Of Joy”
Basic method for “baking” potatoes in a campfire or wood-burning stove. (Also, includes directions for conventional ovens.)
Although campfires are common summertime events, many people still enjoy building up fires on cool fall nights – for a single evening or several nights running on a camping or hunting trip. Regardless of the season, campfires are generally accompanied by food. Hot dogs and marshmallows are common campfire fare, but a whole world of culinary options exist that use the open flame or piping hot coals. After all, before the advent of electric and gas ranges, cooking methods almost always used the heat, directly or indirectly, of burning wood.
Cooks on a Budget Finds Unique Ways to Use Inexpensive Cuts of Meat.
An assertive blend of spices combined with a hint of dried fruit sweetness characterize many Moroccan or Moroccan-inspired dishes.
This is a great recipe for chuck roast or whatever is the least expensive beef in the market. These cuts generally want low and slow cooking to tenderize them. A slow braise is ideal for melding the complex of flavors in this Moroccan-inspired dish.