Everyone gets tired of having the same old thing when it comes to chicken, pork chops, steak or fish. A great way to change things up without going crazy is to use a brine, rub or marinade. They can add great flavor to anything you are cooking and make even your most regular meal seem extraordinary. Bon Appetit has put together 31 recipes for different rubs, brines and marinades that you can try. Check it out!
Category Archives: Turkey
As the temperatures start to get warmer, I know my thoughts begin to drift more and more to summer. That means spending more time outside and less time in a hot kitchen. For me, there is no better option at mealtime then than sandwiches. I love sandwiches and am happy to eat them for lunch or dinner (and even breakfast sometimes). There are all kinds of great combinations that can make for satisfying and fulfilling meals for you and your family in the summer or anytime. Bon Appetit has put together 28 fantastic sandwich ideas for you to bust out when you want something different. Check it out!
Since your Thanksgiving turkey is a critical component of the meal you want to make sure it is properly thawed and ready for cooking come Thanksgiving so you do not fly into a panic about the bird still being frozen. Epicurious gives you a few helpful hints and reminders regarding thawing the bird so you can be sure to thaw it safely and properly, allowing you to cook dinner, make a great turkey and not worry about your guests leaving with more than just some leftovers. Check it out!
Of course when you think of Thanksgiving, you immediately think of the turkey. The turkey is going to be the center of your meal and you want to do all you can to make sure it comes out perfectly. There are lots of different techniques you can try or you can just try the standard classic way of roasting a turkey. New York Times Cooking has put together everything you need to know about your turkey, from what to buy, how to prepare, recipes, tips, techniques for carving and much more so you can be the expert this Thanksgiving. Check it out!
Source: How to Cook Turkey – NYT Cooking
We all have leftovers from meals that we make and 9 times out of ten you have a hard time figuring out just what to do with them. Sure you can bring them for lunch but to try and turn them into another piece of a meal or main dish for dinner can be tricky. The New York Times Cooking has tried to help out with that with 65 recipes that make use of leftovers for all kinds of occasions and dishes. You can find some new ways to make use of those items you don’t know what to do with with just a bit of this inspiration. Check it out!