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How to Make Grapefruit Lemonade + Video
Aug03

How to Make Grapefruit Lemonade + Video

A super easy summertime (or anytime) recipe, refreshing & addictive. This recipe calls for the use of a concentrated liquid called bitters to give this particular Grapefruit Lemonade it’s distinctive grapefruit flavor. Bitters are an ingredient of “olden times”, that have been consistently used in the bar industry forever for cocktails of many varieties. Now getting a new breath of life in food culture around the...

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How to Cook Piquillo Pepper & Beef Tostadas + Video
Jun04

How to Cook Piquillo Pepper & Beef Tostadas + Video

Tostadas are a great Mexican or Tex-Mex, depending on how you look at it, meal. They are messy, but they are fun. The best part? They are ridiculously quick, inexpensive & easy to make! What I’m shocked at is that I haven’t published a tostada recipe on the site before…Who knew? We make these bad boys all the time…Now, you can too. So, let’s get something tasty into your systems, and learn how to cook...

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Web Chef Review: Royal Command Fire Roasted Piquillo Peppers
Feb24

Web Chef Review: Royal Command Fire Roasted Piquillo Peppers

I have a great cooking product for you today that will knock your socks off with flavor. These are Royal Command Fire Roasted Piquillo Peppers, and not only are they tasty, but you get a huge can of them. This allows you to get some really substantial recipes created out of them, not just use them for a garnish here and there. The reason I say this is because I know it. I’ve already made 2 great soups out of these, and had...

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Web Chef Review: PX Vinegar
Feb24

Web Chef Review: PX Vinegar

I am really excited to share this food product with you today, called PX Vinegar, which stands for Pedro Ximenez Vinegar. Pedro Ximenez is a variety of grape, and comes from Spain. This vinegar is reminiscent of a balsamic vinegar in many ways, as it is dark in color. It is bitter, sour and sweet with finishing hints of fig, to my palate. This particular vinegar is made in the Solara method, which is a complicated way of fermenting in...

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Web Chef Review: La Chinata Smoked Sweet Paprika Powder
Feb24

Web Chef Review: La Chinata Smoked Sweet Paprika Powder

If you haven’t had the opportunity to try out smoked paprika powder, they are not all created alike. Some paprika has relatively no flavor, that you purchase from your grocer. Some is so spicy, you can hardly take it. If you’re looking for the perfect alternative for paprika, I suggest La Chinata Smoked Sweet Paprika Powder. Now, La Chinata paprika comes from Spain and there are 3 varieties: sweet, bitter sweet, and spicy....

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