Grilling fish is not easy. Unlike beef or chicken, fish is delicate, and can easily get destroyed if not handled and cooked properly. Here are a few tips on picking, and grilling fresh fish this summer.
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When I graduated from culinary school, I went knife shopping. I had saved up $150.00 (from my $6.75 per hour first cooking job), and was ready to buy a high-quality chef’s knife. I can remember strolling into Williams Sonoma, and drooling at all of the shiny knives through the glass panel. The salesperson happily opened the locked door, and I began my search. After handling a dozen knives, I decided on a Henckels 8-inch chef’s knife because I liked the balance, and it felt right in my hand. I used that knife for 8 years (before I bought another one). It survived many drops, mishaps, and thousands of passes over a sharpening stone.
Wiener World will be celebrating its 51st anniversary this month. An established Pittsburgh restaurant, the hot dog shop has been providing hungry patrons with all-natural casing hot dogs, and other quality fare for decades.
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I’ve been getting many requests for my Watermelon Gazpacho Recipe. I made this particular recipe at work today because I wanted to run something cool, and refreshing. You’ll be surprised at how easy to this delicious, cold soup is to prepare.
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The show started out well, but quickly became a bit overwhelming and repetitive- a sensory overload to say the least. When the lights came on, and the intermission bell chimed, we decided to skip the second act (along with many other folks) and have an early dinner. We chose Bravo Franco, located at 613 Penn Avenue, because of its close proximity to the theater.
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Last weekend my sister was celebrating her birthday, and wanted to meet at Narcisi Winery in Gibsonia, PA. I had never heard of the winery, but was eager to have a meal with my family, and enjoy some Italian food and wine. A bit of a preface- Pennsylvania wines are usually less than exceptional because of the lack of sun, wet climate, and baron soil. What results, are wines that are lacking body, and depth. Most east coast wines are also unbearably sweet.
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The very first thing I ever cooked was an egg- I was 4. Under the close supervision of my parents, I sidled up …
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I’ve recently been spending some time in the kitchen perfecting my guacamole recipe- give this a try and let me know how it works for you!
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Special thanks to Mike Hughes for supplying me with fresh razor clams!
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I came up with this Ginger Vinaigrette recipe today at work for a new salad that I’ve put on the menu. It’s extremely flavorful, refreshing, and goes well with most type of greens and other vegetables.
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