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Archive for January, 2012

How To Make A Stovetop Smoker Using Kitchen Equipment You Already Have

Love the taste of smoked meat and fish but don’t have access an expensive backyard smoker? Saveur has a new how-to video that shows you how to make a stovetop smoker that will add a nice smokey flavor to meat or fish in minutes using equipment you likely already have.

[via Saveur]

January 31, 2012 | By | Reply More

Homaro Cantu + Ben Roche: Cooking as alchemy

Homaro Cantu and Ben Roche come from Moto, a Chicago restaurant that plays with new ways to cook and eat food. But beyond the fun and flavor-tripping, there’s a serious intent: Can we use new food technology for good?

[Via TED]

January 27, 2012 | By | Reply More

Cooking With Models: Brooklyn Decker and SI Models Cooking Lesson

SI Swimsuit Models, Brooklyn Decker, Jessica Gomes, Hilary Rhoda and Anne V get a cooking lesson from Steven Hopcraft the executive chef at STK at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas

[Youtube]

January 27, 2012 | By | Reply More

Super Bowl Recipes: Chicken Wings

Chicken wings are one of the most popular American appetizer recipes. Chef Tips host Jason Hill shares an easy recipe for these hot wings, buffalo style. Serve this awesome dish with Hill’s blue cheese buffalo chicken dip.

[Chef Tips Online]

January 27, 2012 | By | Reply More

How to Throw a Super Bowl Party

superbowl.jpgThinking of throwing a Super Bowl party this weekend? Mahalo has some great tips for you.

If you do it right, your Super Bowl Party will be more comfortable, with better food. And best of all, you get to watch the million dollar commercials.

  1. Find Out the Date, Time, and Teams
  2. Create a Guest List and Send Invitations
  3. Plan the Atmosphere and Decorations
  4. Prepare for the Ultimate Viewing Experience
  5. Have Other Options Available
  6. Put Together Your Menu
  7. Prepare in Advance
  8. Set Up on the Day of the Party
  9. The Party

Put Together Your Menu

A Super Bowl Party is not the time to go gourmet and serve a fancy meal paired with expensive wines. Think of it as an indoor tailgate, sports bar at home, or a home stadium. That means everything should taste good, be easy to eat while watching the game, and be fairly low maintenance throughout your party.

The three basic parts of a Super Bowl menu are food, drinks, and dessert.

January 27, 2012 | By | Reply More