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Hello everyone, today you will learn about the garlic bread recipe especially risotto Video

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Chef Jason Hill of Cooking Sessions. com from his favorite mushroom risotto recipe in this episode of “Tips from our leaders.” Served with a salad and crusty Italian bread, which is one of the most delicious risotto recipes and versatile can be found. To make a pumpkin risotto, just add 1 cup of diced butternut squash or pumpkin flesh with the fungi. Many ingredients can also be added to cook about 20 minutes. For an asparagus risotto, add the asparagus crisp-cooked, for a seafood risotto, sautéed shrimp, add a little hill of garlic and about 1 tablespoon of tomato sauce, add to mixture. Finally, a recipe for chicken risotto, diced cooked chicken pieces are taken at the end. To see the complete recipe, cooking, or for more videos, cooking tips and advice, sign up CookingSessions.com
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Real Fast Recipes: How To Make Meatloaf Recipe

Real quick with Recipes: How to meatloaf recipe , you’ll see are your favorite video Esson make garlic bread recipe

Remember when you were a kid and all you wanted was a delicious hot, meatloaf comforting to keep you warm through the cold winter nights were? Well, me neither. I was not lucky to have the kind of food. But just because your mother do not do, does not mean that you can not the having. And what better yet? It is so easy to do. So let’s do it! * Ingredients 1 million pounds of ground beef * 1 onion * 1 potato * 1 egg * Coconut oil * Process crumbs ketchup * 1 The first thing you want to do is cut into small cubes, cut the vegetables into cubes. Thus, dice the potatoes and onions into small cubes then. Get ready to second the pan and cook gently. You will place the coconut oil in the pan. Make sure the heat to medium. Third Place onions in skillet and fry in. After about two minutes, the potatoes to the pan and cook the vegetables for few minutes until just cooked beautifully. 4th Turn the heat off and add the cooked vegetables, place in large bowl. Let cool for about 5 to 10 minutes. Believe me, I want to go, because that will touch your hands, these hot babes. Fifth are near want to start preheat oven to 350 degrees. I am terribly memorable glow so here’s a reminder for you to do. 6th Once the vegetables are fresh, you put the meat in the dish. Season with pepper and salt. If you have it, I would also recommend seasoning with garlic powder. Seventh Once seasoned, put a good …
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Q&A: Your worst cooking nightmare/embarrassment?

Question by thebassistsgirlfriend: Your worst cooking nightmare/embarrassment?
Okay, so I can’t be the only person in the world who has unintentionally released THINGS from my kitchen. You know. Monstrosities the likes of which should never grace a plate or be seen by sane men. Generally, if you listen to my husband, I’m a damned good cook with what I know, but I’m always learning, and along the way things sometimes get . . . messy.

So! I’d like to hear some stories about your greatest/worst/funniest culinary mishaps. Top Chef premiers tonight, and I need some good tales to get me in the mood. A terrible recipe, a mistaken ingredient, or just a dinner disaster. Best story gets the Best Answer prize, of course, and you get to make some people laugh or grimace with sympathy.

I’ll start. I’m a big fan of Alton Brown (he makes learning fun! :D ) and recently I saw the Duck episode. He basically shows you how to strip down a duck into quarters and cook it in a way that renders most of it’s fat out, making it leaner and tastier. My biggest mistake in attempting this myself a few days later may have been the fact that my knives were about as sharp as playskool safety scissors, but I also had no experience disassembling birds whatsoever. The carnage that day was terrible, I tell you. I abandoned my ill-suited kitchen shears halfway through and simply resorted to hammering on the joints with an extremely dull cleaver. It was like something out of Kill Bill. I de-boned sections that didn’t need de-boning and I did it POORLY. I had bits all over the front of my apron. It took me over an hour for one small bird. To top it all off, I ended up forgetting it in the oven for over an hour while I got distracted in the herb garden by something shiny, like a small, stupid puppy would. Burnt to a brick. Oh well. When my husband got home and asked what was for dinner, I just said “Nothing” and changed the subject. At least it was a lesson in humility.

So come on! Don’t be shy. Share you stories and maybe spare someone else the misfortune of making the same mistake.

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Answer by Penny B
Macaroni and cheese that flubbed. It was for a church dinner. I had run out of cheese except for a package of cheap american artficial cheese. Well, needless to say, the cheese did not melt. The mac and cheese tasted terrible, and looked just as bad. I felt like a fool. Well, needless to say, I never made mac and cheese for a church dinner again. I now just take a simple dish of buttered corn.

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Cuts of meat for corned beef?

Question by Lauren N: Cuts of meat for corned beef?
I have a beef chuck shoulder roast in my fridge. Problem is, I don’t want to cook it anytime soon so I thought I would make corned beef out of it since the brining process takes a week.

I know that corned beef is traditionally made from brisket, but will a shoulder roast taste as good when “corned”?

I plan to use Alton Brown’s recipe from food network if that helps. Thanks.
Just realized that St Paddy’s Day is Tuesday…anyone know how to speed up the brining process for this?

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Answer by Eagle1
I have done some searching but I only came up with the brisket is the appropriate cut of meat for corned beef, if you are going to use the meat that you have cut it the same thickness is the brisket and cut against the grain this way you wont end up with strings .
Unfortunately for the brine and to cure the meat it takes 3 weeks if you did this faster themeat will not have the time to cure and absorb the flavour of the spices, so it is best that you use the meat that you have for something else and buy a Corned beef already cured for this year.


Happy St. Patrick;s Day!


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