St. Patrick’s Day in homes across America is usually celebrated with a meal of corned beef, potatoes, and cabbage. In my household there is always leftover corned beef. Besides eating sandwiches all week long, I love preparing homemade hash with the leftover beef.Read the rest of this entry
This is another outstanding summertime recipe, using some delicious swordfish from Wulf’s Fish. This dish combines slightly spicy seasonings, the richness of coconut rice, and the tangy sweetness of mango salsa. The fish is also cooked sous vide for maximum flavor. Enjoy!Read the rest of this entry
My love of cooking wild game meats is what led me to the sous vide method many years ago. I have prepared everything from beaver to camel using my sous vide device. Antelope meat is not new to me as I have tried tenderloin and steaks that were sent to me by friends of mine who hunt. Read the rest of this entry
When most people hear the word “snake”, the last thing on their mind is food. Believe it or not, eating snake in the United States is not all that uncommon.
This simple and easy recipe is inspired by a BBQ shrimp dish I had at Mr. B’s Bistro in New Orleans many years ago. These massive prawns are tossed in a buttery Creole sauce and served with crusty french bread. It makes a great appetizer at your next dinner party! Read the rest of this entry
Lamb is one of those meats that you either love it, or you hate it. Folks that don’t like it usually suggest that the meat is too gamey for their taste. This can be true in some cases, but not all. Read the rest of this entry
Thanksgiving & Christmas are both upon us. This is a time when folks from all over America are getting their holiday recipes ready so they can impress friends and family with amazing holiday dishes. The single universal dish served in most American households during Thanksgiving is turkey cooked one way or another. There is nothing like a slice of juicy turkey breast to go with all of the yummy and festive side dishes. But the one problem cooks encounter with turkey, is that the breast meat can easily become dry if over-cooked, even by a little bit. The solution… Sous Vide! Read the rest of this entry