http://www.WebCookingClasses.com The first Hawaiian drinks someone will think of is a Mai Tai. But with fresh pineapple, papaya and Koloa Rum, I prefer a Rum Fruit Smoothie.
http://www.WebCookingClasses.com The mojito ingredients you use in your drink will dictate the result just like great ingredients in cooking. In Hawaii, I can find a locally sourced rum to make my Kauai Blended Hawaiian Mojito.
http://www.WebCookingClasses.com A great Gelato recipe uses the best ingredients in the best methods. Here in Hawaii, Papalani Gelato uses local rum in ice cream for a fantastic frozen treat.
http://www.WebCookingClasses.com Organic beef tastes nothing like the Styrofoam tray grocery store beef. Humanely cared for, naturally fed animals give you beef that is healthier than Salmon! Today, I’ll tour the Maui Cattle Company where they do it right!
http://www.WebCookingClasses.com Unique food in Hawaii comes from the many cultures that each contributed their favorites, resulting in the Mixed Plate Lunch.
http://www.NoRecipeLifestyle.com Tailgate foods don’t always have to be made on a grill. Use the saute method to make beer shrimp scampi instead.
http://www.NoRecipeLifestyle.com Football chili made with beef tenderloin makes the ordinary extraordinary. You can make it in advance and keep warm for the game with my tips.
http://www.NoRecipeLifestyle.com Great sauces can save a badly cooked piece of chicken. Sauces are simple, just a liquid plus a thickening agent. Discover the secrets to roux and make great sauces.
http://www.NoRecipeLifestyle.com Nutrients in vegetables usually wind up in the green colored water you’ve just cooked them in. Watch this live demonstration and discover how to retain color, texture and nutritional value of your vegetables
http://www.NoRecipeLifestyle.com It’s Food Safety Education month and Food News Friday gives you the details on how to protect yourself.