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A prime rib roast is an investment in your holiday memories, not just dinner. Let Chef Mary teach you how on Paired with Wine Expert Duane Pemberton. Speaking with PremierMeat.com, listeners will learn the difference between grass fed and corn feed roast, the reason for purchasing the best quality meat and how to prepare a full holiday feast with a perfect prime rib roast as your centerpiece.
On The Menu - Mario and Bill are joined by local radio legend Jim Morgan and make Truffled Lobster Risotto live on the show. Get the recipe HERE: http://jcook.it/1exgLZ8. They talk all things Risotto and indulge with lobster since it was bad luck to enjoy on New Year's Day.
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On this episode of Chewing The Fat with Big & Beefy , Chef Rob Burmeister and Chef Clemenza Caserta Jr. welcome Chef Kashia Zollicoffer from Hell's Kitchen Season 12. The chefs want to know about her Hellish time in Chef Gordon Ramsey's Kitchen. If we are lucky maybe some of Kashia's castmates will call into the show to Chew The Fat.
Also scheduled as always is our Top Five List which will be "Top Five Foods You Always Screw Up" in the kitchen.
Our Food Fight is a Hell's Kitchen Theme. What do you think is the most screwed up entree on Hell's Kitchen? Is it The Beef Wellington or The Scallops with Risotto?
The Food News will be stacked as always.
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Have you dreamed of being a food critic? Get the scoop in this interview with Washington, DC writer Warren Rojas, Heard On The Hill columnist for Roll Call and roving restaurant critic, previous Dining Editor for Northern Virginia Magazine, and general man about town. Plus, Gordon answers listeners' questions on indoor grilling and risotto tips. And, we get our first heckler! (That was fast!)
On this show, I am going to be talking about one of the world's most common starch--rice!!!! Rice is loved by mostly everyone! Rice is famous around the world. For example, fried rice in Asian, spanish or Mexican rice in Spain and Mexico, risotto in Italy, and rice pilaf in the United States. Topics for this show will be the kinds of rice you can buy, the ways you can cook your rice, the different cooking methods of rice, the many different ways you can serve rice, and finally the history and origin of rice. I also have some great rice recipes in store. I will have a chicken or pork fried rice, Chef Alex's spanish rice, Chef Alex's rice pilaf, and finally my risotto. Feel free to call in at 646-716-6458 with any cooking, baking, or rice questions. Also feel free to call in to give me your rice recipes, how you like to serve your rice, etc. Or call in to answer tonight's 3 recipes to win 3 recipes of your choosing and the show of your choosing. 646-716-6458. enjoy!
We will discuss the different types of preparation necessary to achieve a successful outcome.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Turkey Shepherd's Pie, and the "adventure" recipe will be Cheese Tomato and Bacon Risotto Balls.
When it comes to the spookiest holiday of the season, Chef Jill Houk tells it like it is. “Halloween strikes fear in the hearts of most parents, because they realize the kids are going to be walking in with two metric tons of candy,” she tells The Recipe Box host Barbara Howard. Forunately, the author of The Essential Dehydrator: From Dried Mushroom Risotto to Grilled Tuna with Papaya Chutney, More Than 100 Recipes Bursting with Fresh Flavor has a host of tips for frazzled moms and dads looking to maintain nutritional sanity this October 31, including keeping candy-gathering to a minimum, and whipping up healthy treats that are high in fiber and antioxidants.
Chef Jill returns to the show to discuss her new cookbook, "The Essential Dehydrator: From Dried Mushroom Risotto to Grilled Tuna with Papaya Chutney, More Than 100 Recipes Bursting with Fresh Flavor"
And, we'll be giving away a copy. Tune in for details!
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Recipes of the Week: Beer Cookies Ingredients: 4 egg yolks 1/2 tsp, salt 1/2 (6 oz.) bottle beer 3 c. flour (or as needed for dough)
Zucchini Pineapple Bread
Ingredients: 3 eggs 1 c. oil 2 c. sugar 3 c. flour 3 tsp. vanilla 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp.baking soda 1 tsp. salt 1/2 c. raisins 3 tsp. cinnamon 1 c. chopped walnuts 1 (8 oz.) can crushed pineapple, drained 2 c. grated zucchini
Let's Do Lunch! visits Isabella's in Lynchburg, Virginia with executive chef Sean Meeks who served up a delicious seafood bouillabaisse brimming with shrimp, mussels, scallops and squid over sun-shaped pasta in a spicy broth. A spoon is well needed to gather every last drop. Sean says it's a dish that is normally served in the fall but the hearty flavors still work in the spring. Most everything at Isabella's is farm to table including the beef for their Sunday brunch burger. 'Getting something shipped in from a third world country just doesn't have the flavor. If you know the farmer, the food just tastes better automatically,' Sean tells host Robin Milling.
The dish depends on the season getting fresh local vegetables to inspire the meal. Patrons don't seem to mind if it's summer or winter, ordering signature dishes like lasagna bolognese and walnut crusted salmon and savory parmesan risotto. Save room for dessert as their homemade baby cannolis are a taste of Italy.
Living in the south of Lynchburg, Sean grew up growing his own food and helping his mom and grandparents in the kitchen with pickling and preparing. His career actually began at 11 when he started appreciating giving simple foods a twist. Working at his family's concession stand Meeks Hotdogs, he would steam them with onions, celery, and garlic. His lucky break came at 16 while busing tables at a restaurant. One of the cooks cut his hand so Sean stepped in and took over the kitchen.
At home he teaches his kids how to chop up vegetables for their pet pig aptly named Chorizo! For the past 13 years Isabella's has become his second home mentoring others and encouraging their culinary education.
Tune in every Sunday at 6pm to “In the Kitchen with Chef Stew”. Celebrity Chef Stew wants you to be in the kitchen cooking as he gives you instruction on cooking delicious and healthy meals.
From tilapia stuffed with crabmeat to vegetarian risotto, Chef Stew will open your imagination in the kitchen. Right here on WXRP Radio, the station that listens.