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Jose Garces has been practicing his entertaining skills and refining the menu he will cook before guests at his latest fine-dining venture restaurant Volver, set to open on Wednesday in Philadelphia. Performing and cooking before a live audience has
Garlic, also known as the stinking rose, is both an herb and a vegetable. Studies show that when consumed as part of a balanced diet, garlic can reduce blood pressure in people with high blood pressure. Consuming garlic daily, about one half to one
It is often flavored with miso or soy sauce and comes with a variety of toppings like pork, beef, seafood or vegetables. Restaurant-made ramen can go anywhere from P150 to even P450 a bowl...They say that the secret to making delicious ramen is the
In Summary Elders, however, allocated him land bordering a forest that is infested with wild animals, including elephants. Currently, he has over 10 bags of dry pepper that he plans to sell when supply decreases in coming weeks. Mtwapa-based Kenya
Randy Pearson, owner of Rivertown Butcher Shop in Newburgh, has a lifetime of experience bringing his customers fresh and interesting meat products. Right now, he's offering some unique fresh Cajun sausages for the Mardi Gras season. I've been in the
Associated Press Flank steak isn't particularly Chinese in origin, but in honor of the Chinese New Year, we decided to pretend by dressing it up with classic Asian flavors. We start by marinating it in five-spice powder, rice vinegar and soy sauce.
A Bud Light commercial about quinoa might get more people to eat the healthful grain than any health or nutrition expert could predict. The TV ad shows a Philadelphia Eagles fan tailgating when he realizes his wife packed another one of those "quee-
But are there other dishes you can whip up using leftover lechon? Wonder no more because GMA-7 morning show Unang Hirit provided a number of recipes you can cook using the suckling pig. Sopas con Lechon with Chef Brooke Enriquez Ingredients: garlic
This time of year, when families and friends get together, is a great time to cook together. Cooking together changes what can sometimes be a lonely endeavor into a party. Even guests who do not regularly cook can chop and measure and read the recipe.
If you want to shine as the hostess with the mostest at your next holiday shindig, throw an easy cocktail party with a few crowd-pleasing small bites that are simple to prepare but big on flavor. You'll have plenty of time to spend with your guests