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Salts, Spices and Recipes Based On The Food You Love.
There are some secrets to baking a successful soufflé: Soufflés are made from an egg yolk-based custard that is lightened with beaten egg whites. This mixture bakes up into a light airy creation that makes an impressive dessert or savvory dish. The following guidelines help […]
I finally have my menu set and looking forward to a traditional Thanksgiving with Don and Bandit and to visit with our family. We give thanks for our family and the love we share. Happy Birthday to my Nephew Thomas, I hope he loves his gift. I know his dad will. 🙂
Roasted Brined Fresh Turkey – Brine Recipe Posted
Heirloom Sage Dressing – family recipe
Spicy Cranberry Ginger Relish – Recipe Posted
Green bean Almandine with Tangerine Sea Salt – Recipe Posted
Gingery Pumpkin Pie – Recipe Posted
Spicy Ginger Snaps – Recipe Posted
I will serve a White Wine from the French wine growing region of Entre-Deux-Mers region. It is the largest wine region in Bordeaux. The name of the region is derived, not from the French word “mer” (“sea”), but from “marée” (“tide”). Thus, it means “between two tides”, a reference to its location between two tidal rivers. It is situated between the rivers Garonne and Dordogne.
I chose this wine because of the flavor match with turkey, it has Apricot and ripe pear fruits with spice and mineral flavors, but most importantly it is a steal, this is an area not exploited by the wine industry so the prices are not inflated. It rivals wine from it’s neighbor, Graves, which is four or five times the price.
So have a great Thanksgiving, I will post my pictures and yours if you send them. Let’s celebrate together!
It seems that every week I hear alarming news about the quality of fish on our plates. A recent audit game the FDA a failing grade on their monitoring and inspection processes. Genetically modified salmon is in our supermarket shelves, even as a recent study […]
Most of us have many spices in our kitchen and use them as flavor aids. Something I try to keep in mind are the health benefits and when appropriate I introduce them to dishes. Here are some examples: Garlic: Eating garlic regularly is not only […]
Sea Salt vs. Table Salt So, are there any benefits to switching from iodized table salt to sea salt? Well, aside from the superior taste Sea Salt, there happens to also be several additional reasons to make the switch, When I did some research the […]
Salt production facilities in Virginia and Louisiana were early targets of the Union Army. The North fought for 36 hours to capture Saltville, Virginia, where the salt works were considered crucial to the Rebel army. So crucial, that Confederate President Jefferson Davis offered to waive […]
While shopping recently, I noticed an increased number of products labeled “natural”; peanut butter, freeze dried fruits, snacks, meat products, etc. Next to them were organic products, prices were comparable. So, what is the difference? A recent Consumer Reports National survey of 1,000 adults finds […]