Here is an in-depth guide to all things balsamic — traditional balsamic vinegar, Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, balsamic glaze, and more. This is a great “Guide to Balsamic Vinegar” from Simplyrecipes.com.
Source: A Guide to Balsamic Vinegar
This is an interesting article from Serious Eats for those who use garlic often.
Army Chief Warrant Officer Ryan Davis, the guest of honor at the Warrior Retreat at Bull Run, expresses his pleasure with a quail dish. (Doug Kapustin/For The Washington Post)
At the Warrior Retreat at Bull Run, soldiers and their families get a taste of the VIP treatment. The Visiting Chef Program partners with exceptional volunteer restaurant, catering, military, and personal chefs who come to the Warrior Retreat at Bull Run in Haymarket, VA and create once in a lifetime extraordinary meals for our injured warriors and their families.
How many times have you passed on Bok Choy in the grocery store because you had no idea what to do with it. It looks beautiful but lettuce is easier. Fine Dining Lovers has collected a number of videos on how to cook Bok Choy. Check them out and pick up some on your next grocery run.
The combo of a rimmed baking sheet fitted with a wire cooling rack is an unsung hero in the savory world, offering air flow and circulation for even brining, cooking, and cooling. Here’s a look at their many uses.
Looking to add a nice onion flavored crunch to your salad, try Fried Shallots. I keep a container handy to finish my salads. You can find them at most International Markets or on Amazon.com.