Your salad should never be something you have to plow through to get to the entree. All the tips and tricks you need to know; plus, a few recipes for putting it all into practice from bon appetit.
OK, how is this not illegal? A peanut butter chocolate mug cake that looks amazing from Julie Wampler at the table for two blog.
Source: Peanut Butter Chocolate Mug Cake
Once you learn what béchamel sauce is, you’ll realize it’s integral to so many amazing dishes, from mac and cheese to lasagna.
From Bon Appétit: Okay, What Is Béchamel Sauce, Anyway?
I can’t wait for this to arrive.
Manassas, VA based Dizzy Pig BBQ Company has created a spicy version of their top selling Dizzy Dust seasoning. Owner Chris Capell says a portion of the proceeds from the new Spicy Dizzy Dust will be donated as way for the company to give back to the community through local charities. We are thrilled the Dizzy Pig team chose the Visiting Chef Program at the Warrior Retreat at Bull Run to be their first charity.
If you like to spice up your food, then you will love Spicy Dizzy Dust. It works on everything you put regular Dizzy Dust on. I have used it on chicken and pork schnitzel to add heat for a great taste. The schnitzel is a lightly breaded pork cutlet. To get Spicy Dizzy Dust on the cutlet you need to add it to the panko just before you coat each side of the cutlet. Mixing it directly into the panko doesn’t work well because it is heavier than the panko and settles to the bottom. Like any spicy seasoning you will need to experiment on different foods and with varying amounts to find your spice tolerance sweet spot. Dizzy Pig has some great spicy recipes on their web page.
You can purchase Spicy Dizzy Dust online or at one of many retail locations selling the line of Dizzy Pig BBQ spices. Try it, you won’t be disappointed and will be supporting the Warrior Retreat at Bull Run.
It’s not the Super Bowl without chili. Serious Eats has 18 of their favorite chili recipes for you.