What is the best holiday gift for cooks 2017: Joule by Chefsteps A few years ago I bought an immersion circulator to the dismay of my fiance. She scoffed at the idea of needing one. Skip ahead to three weeks later;
Today, we are going to make tomato sauce… It seems as though summer goes by faster and faster each year. I don’t know why that is. Summer is fleeting too quickly. All of the time we spend hoping and waiting for the warm months of the year, and “poof,” they are gone in the blink […]
Get ready to take your grilling to the next level with this versatile spice rub. We have been looking at some of the most used rubs by BBQ competitors and how they formulate their spice rub, “magic dust” for all sorts of meats. Today we are sharing with you a simple formula for making an […]
Pizza dough is a pretty straightforward formula when it comes right down to it. It is flour, water, yeast, and salt combined to create a dough. The standard method, described below, can leave you with a bland and colorless pizza dough. This results in a lot less flavor. David Nuescheler We will walk you through […]
Here are the top tools Chefs use you can buy for under $50. Several people ask me about the cooking tools we use in the kitchen. A lot of cookware can be expensive, especially when you are buying retail. We decided to take a look at the most practical and useful cookware for under $50.