Remember a while back we attended a cooking class and had sous vide octopus and Chicken Saltimbocca? That chef/instructor also commented that this water-bath method was the only way to do steaks to perfection.
So what happens when you take your husband with you to cooking class?
What happens when said husband has a temperature . . . → Read More: Sous Vide Steaks (DIY)
Keep reading for a meal inspired by India and the film Mistress of Spices, this month’s Food ‘n Flix pick. . . . → Read More: Garam Masala-Rubbed Flank Steak and Mistress of Spices
When times get tough, some of the best (and most loved) recipes are created. . . . → Read More: Mock Filets
I am excited for my first post for the Holiday Recipe Club! Of course, the upcoming holiday is St. Patrick’s Day so the “secret ingredients” to choose from are beer, potatoes, and/or pistachios. (Thanks to Veronica at My Catholic Kitchen for putting me on to this new club!)
I wanted a hearty meal so I . . . → Read More: Holiday Recipe Club: Beer Braised Brisket with Potatoes and Peppers
In hindsight, that doesn’t look like a very good recipe title. . . . → Read More: My Go-To “Clean Out” Stew
I don’t drink instant coffee, but these little packets from Starbucks are great for cooking. . . . → Read More: Coffee Rubbed Flank Steak
The first recipe of a few family favorites. Christmas Eve can’t be a success without these. Recipes for cocktail meatballs and honey BBQ sauce. . . . → Read More: Getting ready for the Christmas Eve Buffet