If the little ones — or big ones — in your life love Chicken Nuggets, but you'd rather not let them indulge in the mystery-styled meat, you could always do like TeamSugar member jennifer76, and make your own. Her recipe for Chicken Littles is based on an old Martha Stewart one and features actual chunks (aka nuggets) of chicken breasts that have been breaded and fried. It's like fried chicken, but nuggetized! To get her tasty recipe, read more
Posts for January 22nd 2008
The magazine's editor in chief, Ruth Reichl, was making The Max Special, a sandwich with peanut butter, mayonnaise, and pimento-stuffed olives. At first I thought, "gross!" Then I realized if Ms. Reichl is eating this sandwich, it must be pretty darn delicious. I plan on making one to see how it tastes.
What do you think? Would you eat this peanut butter, mayonnaise, and pimento-stuffed olive sandwich?
Plastic bags seem to be the new public enemy number one. They have already been banned in San Francisco, Melbourne, Hong Kong, and several other cities. Not to mention that the entire country of China is going to start charging consumers for them. Having said all that, it should come as no surprise to hear that Whole Foods is eliminating plastic grocery bags from its stores. The chain is hoping to encourage folks to BYOB — Bring Your Own Bag — and will refund five cents for every brought bag that is used. Folks who don't bring their own bags will be able to use Whole Foods's 100 percent recycled and recyclable paper bags. It is hoping to be completely plastic bag free by Earth Day, April 22, 2008.
So what do you think of this plastic bag ban? Do you agree? Will you be bringing your own bag?
A French-cooking technique in which food is baked inside a paper package. The steam keeps the meat, poultry, fish, or vegetables super moist. Usually parchment paper is used, but foil works as well. The package is opened tableside to reveal the succulent food.
In Italian the technique is referred to as al Cartoccio.
Ridiculous. It's ridiculous. It's absolutely ridiculous.
Like I mentioned before, it was a second hand (so-n-so said that my friend said that blah blah saw . . .) story, and it did sound a bit too diva to be true. So what do you think? Do you think Rachael is just covering it up, or do you think it was a fake story to begin with?
When one goes to culinary school, the basic, French-cooking techniques are essential to master. Coq au vin, (pronounced coke-oh-vahn) is a classic French dish that all home cooks should learn. Tender poultry, mushrooms, onions, and bacon are cooked together in red wine. The final result is a marvelous meal, perfect for a cold Winter night. For two recipes — one that's simple and another that's more difficult — to choose from read more
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and if you're the kind of person who likes to match the kitchen décor with the season then you're in luck! There are tons of festive finds out there, and the Yum Market is full of them. From egg heart molds — found by three different TeamSugar members — to heart-shaped casserole dishes, there's definitely something for everyone. To discover more, scroll through the finds below.
To learn how to use this fun bookmarking feature, read GeekSugar's guide.