What could be better than mozzarella sticks? These LOW CARB and GLUTEN FREE Un-Mozzarella Sticks are super easy to make and use only one ingredient!
This recipe will yield extremely juicy and tender chicken with a unique balance of spice, sweetness, and savory. Despite the long ingredient list, it’s so easy to make that – literally – kids can do it.
Late spring into early summer is by far my favorite season for cooking and eating. The grill is fired up at least 7 times a week (sometimes more). And all my favorite foods are at their peak (like soft shell crab and peas). But it doesn’t get any better here on the East Coast than… Continue Reading →
Tortilla or Not Tortilla, That is the Question (Or, The Secret to Making Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips at Home)
Introduction The folks over at ScienceFare.org (a favorite food blog I read regularly) recently published two articles about those amazingly light yet amazingly crunch tortilla chips you seem to be able to get at Mexican restaurants but nowhere else. In their first article, they theorized that spraying atomized water from a spray bottle on store-bought… Continue Reading →
By Ross Goldenberg May 5, 2011 In my house, Cinco de Mayo is a major holiday. This May Mexican fiesta celebrates God knows what (a military victory, maybe?) but around here it’s a throwback to my college days. As a 20-year-old at NYU, ordering cheap Mexican food from Fresh Tortilla (a Chinese-owned Mexican delivery service,… Continue Reading →
By Ross Goldenberg May 11, 2011 After over 14 hours of cooking and 4 hours of tasting our Sous Vide Dulce De Leche, the results are in! First a quick recap: Ducle de leche is traditionally made by cooking sweetened condensed milk in a can for 3-4 hours. But the traditional method yields inconsistent results…. Continue Reading →
There are many great foods that have been born, or, at least, popularized in America, from Jewish tradition- taglach, charoset, potato latkes, and those chocolate covered marshmallow things you eat on Passover. Some might even argue that gefilte fish is one of Judaism’s great gifts to the world, though I’d argue otherwise. But, there are… Continue Reading →
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