Okay…my mind is a bit blown. It’s been quite some time since I allowed myself to indulge in fast food. Growing up in the midwest, I worked summers as a lifeguard at the city pool and remember Taco Bell being one of our favorite lunch spots. My poison, Nachos Bell Grande. Even then, I knew […]
If there’s one thing I find enjoy and ease in coming up with, it’s the variety of stir-fry meals you can create using a combination of great ingredients. Generally simple to prepare, most of the work comes in chopping up fresh vegetables unless, of course, you cheat and buy some frozen or pre-chopped. Most of […]
This “do it yourself” molecular gastronomy kit includes all you need to experiment at home with the molecular techniques seen on Top Chef and in high-end restaurants, but without the celebrity chef price tag! This all-encompassing kit includes five pre-measured food additives, five specialized molecular tools as well as a 50-recipe DVD that makes molecular gastronomy easy and accessible to all foodies.
I know what you’re thinking, enough with the chick-un cutlets already. Faced with a daunting Valentine dinner, I needed a tangy-sweet main dish to include an aphrodisiac honey ingredient so modified a Chinese pork recipe to fit the bill. Once again, decided to include Elianni cutlets and was not disappointed. They looked great and tasted […]
So a long time ago I used to make this dish with real chicken. The results were often disappointing and often relied on sauce to compensate for the dryness of the chicken. Gross:( However, after I saw that Elianni had their own Kung Pao recipe, I decided to use their veggie cutlets and modify the […]
Can’t get enough Thai in my life so was excited to try this dish with new, gluten-free, vegan Veggie cutlets. I know not everyone is keen on ‘fake’ meat, but these were additive-free, low fat, rich in fiber and iron, plus had great texture and really absorbed the coconut curry well. It was a good […]