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Parmigiana is an Italian entree made famous and popularized in the United States with the creation of Chicken and Veal Parmigiana! In Italy, Parmigiana is most commonly known for being served with Eggplant. What is Parmigiana? Parmigiana is a italian dish consisting of either veal, chicken, or eggplant coated in breadcrumbs fried to a golden crisp then topped with Marinara Sauce and ooey gooey Mozzarella cheese!
Can you imagine a nice crispy breaded chicken or veal cutlet topped with Marinara Sauce and Mozzarella and Parm cheese served with nice Aldente pasta?? Well, you can put your imagination to rest because Chef Alex is going to teach you how to make some awesome homemade Parmigiana!
You are all going to learn about tthe Awesome Parmigiana entree on this show!!!
Topics for discussion include:
-The History of Parmigiana
- Types of Cheeses to use for Parmigiana
-How to Serve Parmigiana
- and much more!!!
Plus Chef Alex will give out some awesome recipes including:
Blogtalkradio, get ready because the Chef Cardinale Cooking Show is B-A-C-K! American Variety Network is proud to present to you Chef Alex Cardinale and his very own successful cooking podcast called Chef Cardinale Cooking Show! Chef Alex will dive straight into your kitchens each and every Sunday Night at 9 PM EST providing you with some awesome recipes and wonderful cooking tips! So for the first time in 1 year, the Chef Cardinale Cooking Show is ready to go L-I-V-E. Are you ready for a cooking show hosted by an young, passionate, energetic, and fun food loving chef who is going to come to each and every show with a smile? You've found the right cooking show!
On this week's episode of Chef Cardinale Cooking Show, Chef Alex will be sitting on the kitchen table discussing the following topics:
-Is Alex really a chef?
-What got Alex into cooking?
-Why is cooking a good thing to know how to do?
- Alex's first foods he learned to cook
ALL THAT PLUS OVER 10 OF CHEF ALEX'S RECIPES WILL BE GIVEN INCLUDING:
-Chef Alex's Chicken Parm
-Chef Alex's Mac and Cheese
-Chef Alex's Chicken Marsala
-Chef Alex's Red Velvet Cake
AND MORE!!! BE SURE TO LISTEN OVER AND OVER TO THE SHOW TO GET MY RECIPES SO YOU CAN USE THEM!
Questions? Call in LIVE at 1 347-989-8142!
Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired March 25, 2012
Dianne Linderman talks about the incredible benefits of coconut oil and why it's great for cooking.
Also on this segment – a caller who works directly with Dianne talks about how much Dianne has helped her over the years.
Find out more about Dianne Linderman on her website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/ and be sure to check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kitchen.
On this episode of Cooking with Alex Cardinale here LIVE on ACE Network, Chef Alex will be talking about some of his personal favorite childhood foods and how they became some of his personal favorites! We were all children at one point in our lives and we all have food that we liked as kids that we love now! These foods bring a smile to our faces because we know we've eaten them in our childhood and we get to experience that same joy as an adult.
Topics for this show: Chef Alex will talk about all of his favorite foods from his childhood, Chef Alex will talk about how he got into cooking, Chef Alex will share tips for the younger kids who want to start cooking, and finally Chef Alex will have some awesome recipes in store for you.
Some foods and recipes that will be mentioned on this show are:
-Homemade Mac and Cheese
These are just some of Chef Alex's childhood foods...... but what recipes are in store? Let's find out LIVE!
Call in at 1 347-989-8142 to discuss your favorite childhood foods!
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Planning your menu for a special event can be challenging. One of the biggest challenges is to make your meal interesting without going over the top AND without causing yourself an incredible amount of stress. For these reasons, I LOVE it when I find a recipe will add a freshness to my menu but is simple to make.
This Lemon Basil Orzo with Parmesan MyRecipes.com is the perfect example. It is simple to make, will add a freshness to your meal & goes perfectly with your Easter menu. Enjoy!
To follow a written version of this recipe, please click HERE!
On the 2nd episode in the series Cooking With Alex Cardinale, Chef Alex will be getting you ready for Valentine's day tomorrow! Chef Alex will teach you how to cook a delicious romantic dinner for your husband, wife, girlfriend or boyfriend. Valentine's Day is meant to be a day filled with love, and great food. If you are single, just like Chef Alex have no fear you can celebrate Valentine's Day with your family and still have delicious food.
Chef Alex will discuss some foods you can make for Valentine's day including a Valentine's Breakfast, Valentine's Lunch, and Valentine's Dinner, he will share his Valentine's Menu, he will discuss going out to eat on Valentine's Day, and more!
Recipes for this show include: Mushroom Omelette, Red Velvet Pancakes with Cream Cheese Icing, French Toast, Pasta Florentine, Baked Haddock, Steak Tips Marsala, Chicken Marsala, Chicken Parmesan, Red Velvet whoopee pies Chocolate Lava Cake, Chocolate covered strawberries and more!
Questions? Call in at 1 323-642-1605!
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Thursday, 1/22/2015 @ 6:30P EST
MENU: Porcini and Rosemary Crusted Beef Tenderloin with Port Wine Sauce PAIRED with (none other) Port Wine
Wait until you hear what our guest Board Certified Neurologist, Dr. David Perlmutter, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Grain Brain, has to say about what foods will and won’t positively affect your brain health. You may have heard the controversy resulting from his declaration that wheat, sugar and carbs have devastating effects on brain function. He further turned upside down the perception that eating foods such as butter (yes, butter), coconut oil, beef, and other sources of good fats are a “no no.” In fact, he says, Yes, they are right foods – all are important for your brain’s short and long term health. In just a few minutes, we are going to find out why fats, not carbs, are essential for mental sharpness! And, we’ll ask Dr. Perlmutter to share some of the 150 delicious nutritious recipes found in Dr. Perlmutter’s newly released The Grain Brain Cookbook. A few caught my eye: Eggs Benedict with Zucchini Pancakes, Almond Crusted Chicken Strips, Grilled Parmesan Tomatoes, Grilled Spiced Flank Steak, and Lemon Souffle Pudding!
Stay with us in our Family Food Experts Kitchen to learn how to make smart brain food choices!
Does the thought of eating Gluten-Free paralyze you? At first, many think it is the end of fine dining. Not at all! In fact, whether you avoid gluten foods for medical reasons (Celiac, Gluten Intolerance/Sensitivity) or not, you are going to find it is a delicious nutritious, energizing and uplifting way to eat. Thanks to our guest, Carol Kicinski, TV chef, founder and editor of “Simply Gluten Free” magazine, cookbook author, food blogger and mom, you are will be filled up with Simply Gluten Free Quick Meals. From Chicken Parmesan Burgers, Mexican Lasagna, Mac and Cheese Meatballs to Almond Apricot Muffins, Cinnamon Apple Turnovers and Blueberry Crisp, in 30 minutes or less you can produce memorable meals that will convince you eating Gluten-Free food is a great way to go!
Join Carolina Jantac, MS, RD, LD in this fun and delicious podcast!
Love Cafe & Bar owner Margarita Abramov greets you so warmly you already feel like family. She brings many of her grandmother's delicious homemade recipes all the way from Odessa, Russia to New York City; one of which is over 200 years old. Margarita proudly claims this one-of-a-kind cheese blintze recipe doesn't exist anywhere on the internet so it's safe within the family.
Love Cafe & Bar is a loving tribute, honoring both her grandparents, bringing in a menu of Russian and European delicacies all under one roof. Her crepes are so delicious you can eat them solo but the Count Amaury with grilled chicken and mushrooms floating in house made Bechamal sauce is a must try! Her pierogies are a slice of crescent heaven, and blini with imported Russian red caviar explode in your mouth. Russian salads include Olivier, a Russian potato salad and Vinegret, a Russian beet salad. For meat lovers there's an irresistable chicken liver pate that's smooth and creamy, and comforting Hungarian Ghoulash served in a bread bowl. Signature stuffed cabbage has a twist; it's mixed with basmati rice. Her chicken wings are her baby and they are to die for with over 1,000 flavors such as garlic parmesan, chili and mango barbecue.
There is a full espresso and juice bar featuring a European flair of Italian sodas, iced macchiato which looks just as good as it tastes; caramel with french vanilla espresso and milk over ice. Margarita says there is Russian sophistication in their Italian drinks.
At Love Cafe & Bar, Margarita spreads the love, making you feel like you're part of the family. Her motto is 'serve the people what you would eat yourself and do it with love which is the main ingredient with every dish we produce!'
Can you tell by looking at someone if there heart is hard or soft? Not usually. People can have a hard heart without those closest to them even realizing it.
They are darkened in their understanding, alienated from the life of God because of the ignorance that is in them, due to their hardness of heart. Ephesians 4:18