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Steel … as in steel cut oats, a.k.a: Irish oats, a.k.a: pinhead oats. No matter the moniker, we’re talking about oat groats that are cut into chunks rather than steamed and rolled into the ubiquitous flat form. They’re nutty, chewy, delicious and just about the healthiest thing you can put in your mouth. Oats have been proven to lower LDL cholesterol, slow the movement of food through the gut, and recent studies have shown they can help to balance testosterone levels so … get your morning st...
I love the flavor of pumpkin. I love spices … but I’d rather be maced in the face than eat the pumpkin pie spice blends sold down at the megamart. This homemade version is so unlike those blends that I call it the Un-Pumpkin Pie spice. And I have to tell you, I actually use it for a lot more than pumpkin pie. (I even brew my coffee with it during the cold months.) Nothing revolutionary here, but I assure you if you follow these steps you will be rewarded.
According to American culinary legend, an unknown Los Angeles chef devised onion dip back in the 50s by mixing Lipton soup mix with sour cream. Maybe … maybe not. What we know is that the folks at Lipton’s picked up the ball and ran with it to the point that more of their dehydrated soup mix was going into the dip bowl than the soup bowl. I have nothing against using manufactured mixes, but look, after the zombie apocalypse strikes, and the megamart shelves are stripped bare … what do we do ...
Alton Brown/Maybe it’s because they’re both white, or perhaps it’s because they both tend to take in flavors from their surroundings, or maybe it’s because they both have a strong affinity for cheese. Whatever the reason, people just don’t put pasta with cauliflower often enough. And by “people” I mean people other than me. I do it … a lot.
If you’re gearing up for Thanksgiving, here’s a good place to start. TYPES OF TURKEY Commercial/Standard: Broad breasted white, developed in the 1960s for our love of white meat, count for 99.99 percent of megamart turkeys. They weigh between 16 and 22 pounds at 12-14 weeks. After processing they weigh between 12-18 pounds. National average is $1.50 per pound. So heavy and large breasted is cannot fly or mate naturally. Natural: This is not a controlled term. No artificial ingredients or col...