Knife Skills: How To Dice, Julienne, Brunoise & Batonnet by Jacob Burton from Stella Culinary

Every now and again, I try to brush up on my knife skill knowledge. I still don’t have the best cutting techniques, but I’m always trying to work on them. Stella Culinary has some great instructional videos, to this end. Today, just a review of those little cuboids and cuboe: julienne, brunoise, and batonnet. Advertisements

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The Five Best Food Processors from Our Tests for $100 Or Less by Consumer Reports

Heya folks… some of these are already a bit hard to find, and the #1 is only 7 cups (watch for capacity)… but this is a great starting point. By: Daniel DiClerico Consumer Reports News:   July 18, 2013, 12:38 PM Consumer Reports’ top-rated food processor, the Breville BFP800XL/A is masterful in just about every way, and […]

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7 Unusual Culinary Herbs to Start Cooking With by Anna Brones from ecorazzi

Right now, your garden (or window sill, or pots) might be bursting with fresh herbs.  We need to get it while the getting is good.  But, what about those less utilized leafy culinary treats? Anna Brones introduces us to red basil, lemon verbena, scented geranium, lovage, chocolate mint, sorrel, and culinary lavender.  She suggests expanding […]

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