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How to Make Ghee: South Asian Clarified Butter + Video
Apr21

How to Make Ghee: South Asian Clarified Butter + Video

Ghee is a clarified butter, commonly used in Indian cuisine and Eastern cookery. Easy to make with a distinctive butter flavor, and a higher smoking point than regular butter with the butter solids removed. How to Make Ghee: The butter is gently melted on very low heat, which allows the solids to drop to the bottom. After the froth is removed from the top, no more froth is forming, and the milk solids are noticeably on the bottom,...

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Web Chef Review: Fern’s Ginger & Garlic Paste
Feb03

Web Chef Review: Fern’s Ginger & Garlic Paste

Do you hate mincing garlic & ginger for all of your amazing ethnic dishes you love to cook? Check out Fern’s Ginger & Garlic Paste! You need this in your life to save time & clean up, as it’s super easy to use just enough out of the jar… This ginger & garlic paste is ever-so-finely minced to the point that it’s a highly concentrated paste. It almost melts into your cooking to infuse a wonderful...

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Web Chef Review: Cup of Moments Teas
Jan14

Web Chef Review: Cup of Moments Teas

A new line of teas has come to my attention called Cup of Moments out of West Bengal, India. C&M Brothers Global Trading House brings you this series of teas that include Darjeeling, Black, Green & White teas. I’ve had the opportunity to try 4 of their lovely teas, and am looking forward to learning about the others as well. Firstly, you notice the packaging. These teas come to you in wooden boxes local artisans in India...

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How to Cook ‘Perfect Taste’ Dry Rub Baked Chicken Breasts + Video
Nov30

How to Cook ‘Perfect Taste’ Dry Rub Baked Chicken Breasts + Video

On the menu is Perfect Taste Dry Rub Baked Chicken Breasts! Dry rubbing meat before grilling or roasting is a classic way to create great flavor! Today is no exception, as I’m using Perfect Taste Dry Rub for my baked chicken breasts. Now, Perfect Taste Ltd. is a South Asian spice, rub, chutney & sauce line out of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada by Ben & Rita James. Unbelievable flavors and I’m honored to show...

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Web Chef Review: Epicureal Long Pepper
Jul26

Web Chef Review: Epicureal Long Pepper

Are you tired of Salt & Pepper? Well, you don’t have to be… I’ve been checking out the coolest salts & peppers lately, and this is no exception. Check out this great cooking product – Epicureal Long Pepper. Epicureal Long Pepper is not only unique enough be a conversation piece simply from its physical appearance, but the flavor and fragrance are very different than “regular peppercorns”....

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Organic Indian Chai Tea
Jul16

Web Chef Review: Clipper Organic Indian Chai Tea

BAM…It hits you! You opened a box of Clipper Organic Indian Chai Tea, and what did you experience? A euphoria for your senses. The first thing that got you was the fragrance from the perfectly sealed bag inside that pretty box. These unbleached tea bags smell so good that it might just cross your mind to throw a few in your clothes drawers because they tantalize your senses. With exotic tones of cinnamon, lemon peel, cloves and...

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How to Cook Chicken Drumsticks with Tomato Curry and Rice
Nov24

How to Cook Chicken Drumsticks with Tomato Curry and Rice

Tonight, I decided to just wing it in the kitchen for dinner, and also even thought I would allow you to be privy to my thought process when I cook a dinner at home. Let me set the Scene:  I had no idea what I was going to cook. I needed dinner ready, like “Now“.  All I knew is that I was going to make chicken drumsticks because that’s the first thing to decide…what meat to use. The chicken drumsticks were the...

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How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Darjeeling Tea
May18

How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Darjeeling Tea

Darjeeling Tea is my absolute favorite type of tea. This tea hails from the area of West Bengal, India. This is not a native plant to India, and was first cultivated using Chinese tea plant seeds. It is often considered to be a black tea, as it looks like a black tea when it’s brewed, but it is technically more of an Oolong tea since it doesn’t have complete oxidation as a black tea would. Now, it does have caffeine (who...

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Gourmet Abu Dhabi Gala Opening – A Culinary Destination
Feb17

Gourmet Abu Dhabi Gala Opening – A Culinary Destination

Have you ever thought of Abu Dhabi as a culinary & lifestyle destination? Probably not, is my guess. However, Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority presents you with Gourmet Abu Dhabi. This is a continuing endeavor, as 2012 will be the fourth edition in 2012. Check out the videos: Abu Dhabi is in the United Arab Emirates, and is quickly becoming a metropolitan super-city gaining world renown for many of its achievements, including...

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How to Find Takeaway on Your Vacation
Apr26

How to Find Takeaway on Your Vacation

Isn’t it funny how even when you’re on vacation, with the availability and excitement of the amazing foreign food you could possibly go out to eat and enjoy in the ambiance of the city, there are those times, and it never fails, that we feel like take-out food. Either we feel like it because you’re just too exhausted to get up and get ready to go out and eat, or you’re too busy, as in the case of working out of...

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How to Cook Curried Mussels
Jan01

How to Cook Curried Mussels

Curried Mussels are a staple at our house for Friday nights, New Year’s Eve, birthdays & more! We typically used to make white wine & garlic mussels before we tried these bad boys… Here’s how to make them and enjoy them in such a delicious way! Curried Mussels: Spicy, creamy with the perfect tang & savoriness. These curried mussels will knock your socks off. The perfect appetizer or entrée, however you...

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How to Cook Brandy Cardamom Pumpkin Custard
Oct11

How to Cook Brandy Cardamom Pumpkin Custard

Funny…No one felt like pie this Canadian Thanksgiving. So, instead, I used this as an opportunity to play around with a dessert for our feast. Everyone in the family loves Chai flavors, so I tried to enhance our pumpkin spices with a bit of Indian flair adding cardamom. Then, well, alcohol enhances flavor and I used brandy for this recipe as it reminds me of the Holidays. Try this – it’s so fast and super easy to...

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How to Grill Buffalo Burgers – My First Taste

When I say “Buffalo”, I don’t mean the city, although I live very close to Buffalo! I mean the wild animal roaming the plains of North America – well, they used to anyway. Now, they’re farmed for their hide and meat. Kenney and I decided to make Buffalo Burgers the other night after seeing that the price at Whole Foods Market was the same as the ground beef. What’s wonderful about buffalo meat is...

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