Sometimes after you prep and they spend the night in the fridge you just don’t feel like firing up the smoker. That’s why we have ovens. Not as smokey but just as tasty.
Morimoto Asia Restaurant | Walt Disney World Resort
Morimoto Asia by Japanese chef Masaharu Morimoto is an upscale restaurant featuring innovative Pan-Asian cuisine. It’s located in The Landing at Disney Springs.
Source: Morimoto Asia Restaurant | Walt Disney World Resort
For future reference.
Got a nice garden going this year
I’ve always wanted to have room for a nice sized garden. When we had some of the pasture fence redone this spring we fenced a specific area for a vegetable garden. Turned out to be a bit over 40×20, just the right size to give everything room to grow.
It was a lot of work and took longer to get ready than I thought it would but I’m happy with the way it turned out. I hope it doesn’t turn into a buffet for the local rabbit population!
Food Network: Must-Try Recipe: Shakshuka
Food Network: Must-Try Recipe: Shakshuka. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwo7PE6zQ
POPSUGAR: This Is How All Your Favorite Chefs Make Chicken Breasts
POPSUGAR: This Is How All Your Favorite Chefs Make Chicken Breasts. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwvNCZzTk
Food Network: 7 Cauliflower Recipes That Aren’t Quite What They Seem
Food Network: 7 Cauliflower Recipes That Aren’t Quite What They Seem. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw1tqU9TE
Setting Off To Explore Whole New Areas of Food Fun
So, it all starts with this article on Lifehacker: Eat Like a Foodie at Home, Without Breaking Your Budget.
With the advice of some noted chefs and food writers, you can elevate the level of your home-cooked meals even while working with a tight grocery budget, producing feasts that wow for just a few dollars per serving.
We’ll show you where to shop and what to stock in your pantry to maximize your dollars-to-enjoyment ratio. We’ll also show you how to save more on buying meat (often the most expensive part of the meal) and techniques and recipes for cooking up some exquisite dishes. Note: you don’t have to consider yourself a “foodie” to use these suggestions—all you need to bring is a desire for great food.
We use the Internet quite a bit around here to track down recipes, but we mostly stay on the mainstream sites. This article pointed me at a whole bouquet of excellent food sites full of great recipes and cooling tips and advice.
Here are some of the sites:
- The Kitchn
- Smitten Kitchen
- Steamy Kitchen
- Serious Eats
- The 20 Dollar Wine Blog
Anyone else have anything to add to the list?