The Perfect Roast: Indoors or Out

December 1, 2017 Food


The roast is the centerpiece of the meal, the pièce de résistance, the crown of the table, and what it tastes like is inevitably a topic of dinnertime conversation. The process of roasting is an ancient tradition that first took the form of placing a piece of freshly caught meat on the end of a […]

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Spicy Basil Beef Noodles

July 7, 2015 Beef

Spicy Basil Beef Noodles made in Frieling Black Cube wok.

A quick and delicious meal any time of year, you can substitute snow peas for sliced zucchini or bell peppers. This time around, I used the Frieling Black Cube wok. 10 ounces wide, flat rice noodles, medium to extra large width 1/2 lb beef flank steak, trimmed 3 tsp cornstarch 2 tsp Chinese rice wine […]

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Maneuvering the Meat Counter

January 31, 2010 Blog

Are you well schooled in the different cuts of meat, what they’re used for, and what their substitutes are, but still confused as to what to buy? We’re hoping this post will help you better navigate the meat aisle. Most of my meal planning occurs in my own home. I pull out my recipe book, […]

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