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Buying, Storing and Serving Gourmet Cheese

March 15th, 2009 by admin
Buying, Storing and Serving Gourmet Cheese

By Lee Dobbins Gourmet cheese comes in a large variety with well over 400 varieties just from the French cheese alone. From the mild to the strong, the soft to the hard, cheese is a great way to compliment any meal or snack. Whether you are having a fancy wine and cheese party, or just […]

Buying Seafood & Fish

March 14th, 2009 by admin
Buying Seafood & Fish

A Guide To Buying Fish and SeafoodBy Cherie Gordon-Eales Online, your Local Fishmonger or at the Supermarket. What is the best option for buying Seafood? At the Supermarket They may have a fresh fish counter or a section in the chiller department, they will almost certainly have a freezer department. You may or may not […]

Barbecue Rubs and Mop

March 14th, 2009 by admin
Barbecue Rubs and Mop

Championship BBQ Ingredients – Rubs and Mop By Chris McCarthy If you ask the BBQ experts rubs and mop sauces are key to every Championship BBQ team. They have distinct purposes in the smoking process to make the meat taste moist and delicious. – Rub that meat The bbq rub is a must have ingredient […]

Marinade and Brine

March 14th, 2009 by admin
Marinade and Brine

source: © The Exploratorium, www.exploratorium.edu Marinades are usually made up of three components: acid, oil, and herbs. The acid helps to partially denature the meat’s proteins, opening up “tunnels” in the meat structure where flavor can seep in. But marinades mostly penetrate only the surface. Marinades work best on meats such as chicken breast and […]