Tuesday, 10 August 2010

De Gustibus: Geoduck, Quince, Urban Grilling ... A Juicy Summer!

Happy Accidents ~

Grilling: A Butcher's Case Against High Heat ~

"A eight-pound steak and a grill reaching about 250 degrees/max (with the lid closed). How long was it going to take to cook it?"

It seems that truly useful lessons about cooking are the product of accidents or misunderstanding of culinary techniques ...
Read more: Grilling: A Butcher's Case Against High Heat; theatlantic.com




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Can You Find The Free Secret VitaTop Sample



Taste Hunters >>
~ Ripe tomatoes and peaches make a fantastic combination and, if you haven’t tried yet, that's the right time to do so ...
Read more: Jewels of Summer; boston.com

~ What is a geoduck? It's not poultry and it's ok if you've never heard of the giant clam from the Pacific Northwest, ...
Read more: How to Cook a Geoduck; smithsonianmag.com








More on:
~ Dirty Jobs - Gooey Ducks; DiscoveryNetworks on youtube.com
~ Geoduck; wikipedia.org





Campfire Cuisine
Eating flowers is nothing new. In fact, references to flower-eating can be found as far back as 140 BC. From ancient Rome and ...
Read more: Wake Up and Eat the Flowers; gourmetsgonewild.com


The Ancient Spice
The bright orange-yellow spice, native to southern India and cultivated for more than 5,000 years, ...
Read more: Miraculous Turmeric; thefoodpaper.com








Seasonal Ingredients
~ A selection of favourite recipes for fruity desserts from the gardners ...
Read more: Gardeners' top fruit recipes; telegraph.co.uk

~ Healthy Watermelon, Cantaloupe, and Honeydew Recipes ...
Read more: Mad About Melon: 8 Juicy Recipes; health.com




Tastemakers

Chef, author, and restaurateur Lidia Bastianich teaches everyday Italian cooking for everyday people. In her own home, ...
Read more: Lidia Bastianich - Celebrity Chefs at Home; delish.com




Eating Seasonally and Locally
~ How a superb love apple turned the author into a seasonal eater, here its favorite (super-easy) way to serve them ...
Read more: The greatest five-minute tomato pasta on earth; salon.com

~ Summer is the perfect time to eat young cheese. Soft, sweet and pliable, mozzarella is perhaps the best ...
Read more: Softly, softly: Skye Gyngell's mouthwatering alternative accompaniments for mozzarella; independent.co.uk







Trendy Culinary News
~ Backyard grilling is so much a part of our culture it's hard to imagine a time when it was not...
Read more: Spice up your barbecue with a 1960s theme; jsonline.com

~ The key to cooking is your attitude. It's like film production. You must have complete confidence that ...
Read more: Culinary Tips From a Film Wallah; huffingtonpost.com




Urban Grilling



Grilled Lobster; nytimes.com




Check also >>
~ Wagyū, a type of beef taken from special cattle bred only in certain areas of Japan. The most famous is Kobe ...
Read more: Wagyu Beef by The Ardent Epicure; chefs-resources.com

~ When it comes to beef, tri-tip rules as the king of the California grill. ...
Read more: Tri-tip is 'California's Cut' -- and a gift to the nation; sacbee.com





Sea - Raw Anchovy on a Crystal PlateImage by ockstyle via Flickr

Appetibilis ~ Appetizing Posts of the Day

~ Edamame Gohan – Game 3 (Brown Rice with Soy Beans, Nametake, Wakame); Bebe Love Okazu
~ Frank’s Sausage and Peppers; Memorie di Angelina
~ Kaffir Lime Leaves Flavored Chicken Bits; Elinluv's Tidbits Corner
~ Lime Marinaded Pork Tacos - International Tacos Incident Party; Acquired Taste...
~ Steak Teriyaki Recipe; Simply Recipes



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