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Pork Pies Molasses-cured pork loin and gravy inside a flaky, sage-scented pie crust is totally worth a little time and effort. The technique for hot water crust is the only thing traditonal about these bad boys. Pork is marinated for…
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There seems to be a lot of confusion in America these days. Of course, I'm talking about the correct way to make a fluffy, flaky buttermilk biscuit!
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These little orange clouds of goodness are easy to make in a flash and are not your typical biscuit recipe. There's a vegan version too!
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Use this recipe to preserve anything the Korean kimchi way. Just make sure to get the right kind of salt!
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I love the New York Times cooking section, but if you try to follow their Lemon-Ginger Tart recipe it will be an unmitigated disaster. The key is to blind bake a shortcrust pastry until it is fully golden with no cracks. I also use a lot more organic turmeric and ginger than they do!
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@chefphillipdell and I smoked an incredible pasture-raised turkey from White Oak Pastures marinated in achiote. It is ferociously orange but not spicy, getting all that pigment from anatto seed, not chile. We are two technologically sophisticated barbecuers from the United States, but you can imagine this Mesoamerican preparation being served the same way with a traditional green crema and warm tortillas for hundreds of years. Would not change a thing!
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Smooth, rich, and tangy, this homemade ricotta cheese is so much better than storebought, it is like an entirely different product. You can hang it in cheesecloth until creamy or leave to intensify in flavor a little longer so it crumbles like feta.
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These olives and pickled vegetables get better the longer they marinate. Try generously heaping atop hummus, spreading on grilled sandwiches, and mixing it in with pasta.
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Using leftover whey from homemade yogurt or ricotta cheese results in a softer loaf with large air pockets, perfect for grilling over charcoal. You can also use water or get creative upcycling liquid ingredients like beer or vegetable juice. This recipe is very versatile. If you're not up for grilling, it turns out perfectly well baked in a 500-degree oven.