Like sleeping-in and free Netflix, having leftover taco meat filling in the fridge is a bonus. It can instantly UP the flavor of whatever EATS you happen to be making - with less prep - and, if reused in a certain way, can convince a friend to help you move a sofa bed up a … Continue reading 10 Ways to Recycle Leftover Taco Meat Filling
Maybe it’s the sugar, or it could be the salt. In either case, a few spoonful's of this Chinese sauce instantly adds flavor to your stir-fries, barbecue and wraps. Not as popular as ketchup, soy sauce or mayo, and doesn’t have the rock star status of Sriracha - I’ve never seen anyone wearing a Hoisin … Continue reading Stock It and Rock It! – Hoisin Sauce
For the longest time I placed my index along the top edge of the chef's knife when I diced and chopped food. It felt comfortable but it allowed the blade to easily jut out to the side when my hands or the cutting board got wet. A couple years ago I changed my grip to … Continue reading Cooking 101: How to Hold the Chef’s Knife Safely
Living in your first apartment or house with friends. Here are a few helpful tips to keep the kitchen from turning into a biohazard.
Stir-fries are all about the sauce! At college I never made my own sauce so I relied on the store-bought stuff for my stir-fries. They were good but I found they were missing something and could never figure out what it was. I would add salt, hot sauce and even beer to them (not sure … Continue reading How to Make Awesome Stir-Fries: College Cooking Secret #1