Restaurant Food Fast
Summary: I love watching the cooking shows. As a chef, they give me great ideas for food combinations and such. But I noticed that many people don?t see the connection between the recipes. If you have a culinary background it?s second nature, but for someone who is trying to learn it can be a little daunting. Each recipe seems so completely different from the others. This is just not true. So, we decided to downscale restaurant cooking, give away some trade secrets, and show everyone how easy it is to cook the food you love. Best of all, most of the recipes are done in fifteen minutes.
Click to Play This week we will spend the time discussing the future of the show.
Click to Play This week we show you a variation of chicken in cream sauce, and introduce the Wookie. Enjoy!
Click to Play This week we show you how to make your own dry rub and the benifits of pork. Enjoy!
Click to Play In this episode we clean up the backlog of questions. Enjoy.
Click to Play This week: Ward is back, cooking filets, all is right with the world.
Click to Play This week we cook some beef kabobs, in addition to Chuck flying solo...
Click to Play This week we kept the grill fired up and grilled an eye of round. Enjoy!
Click to Play The weather was beautiful this week so we decided to fire up the grill and make some shrimp and asparagus kabobs. Enjoy!!!
Click to Play This is another question episode, keep them coming we enjoy answering them.
Click to Play A quesadilla is a fast-food item in Mexican cuisine, which involves cooking ingredients, most importantly cheese, inside a corn, wheat or flour tortilla or a wrapping of masa (cornmeal dough). The word comes from Spanish, and literally means "little cheesy thing" or "cheesie". Exactly what constitutes a quesadilla varies from region to region and between the U.S. and Mexico, and is not universally agreed upon by chefs, but there are certain similarities between the different versions that people generally agree upon, namely that the quesadilla is filled or stuffed and then cooked further until done, while a taco or burrito is filled with pre-cooked ingredients and is considered done after being folded or wrapped.
Click to Play This week we show you how Chuck makes Gourmet Stuffed burgers... Enjoy!
Click to Play A panini is a sandwich made from a small loaf of bread, typically a ciabatta. The loaf is cut horizontally and filled with salami, ham, cheese, mortadella or other food, and sometimes served hot. Enjoy!
Click to Play We took a break from cooking this week to answer some questions sent in by our viewers. Enjoy!
Click to Play Pasta alla carbonara (usually spaghetti, but occasionally linguine or bucatini) is an Italian pasta dish based on eggs, pecorino romano, guanciale, and black pepper. It was invented in the middle of the 20th century. The recipes vary, though all agree that cheese (parmesan, pecorino, or a combination), egg yolks (or whole eggs), cured fatty pork and black pepper are basic. The pork is fried in fat (olive oil or lard); a mixture of eggs, cheese, and butter or olive oil is combined with the hot pasta, cooking the eggs; the pork is then added to the pasta.
Click to Play Gnocchi is the Italian name for a variety of thick, soft noodle or dumpling. They may be made from semolina, ordinary wheat flour, potato, bread crumbs, or similar ingredients. Gnocchi are widely available dried, frozen, or fresh in vacuum sealed packages in supermarkets and Italian specialty stores. Classic accompaniments of gnocchi include tomato sauces, pesto, and melted butter (sometimes fried butter) with cheese. Enjoy!