A time and a place for light macros, heavy porters
Apr 23, 2015 1:00 pm
Cooking with wine is pretty common, and a lot of recipes you come across will call for some. But did you know you can cook with beer just as easily? You can! Beer can and totally should become a part of your cooking repertoire, particularly during Craft Beer & Spirits Week. Here are some tips to help get you started. Don’t worry, there’s a time and place for every bottle or can in your fridge.
Don’t let artichoke season pass you by! Whether you tackle an artichoke recipe by a celebrity chef (we have plenty of those), keep it simple with an easy stuffing or simply learn how to steam an artichoke like a pro and eat au naturale*, tonight’s the night. Pick up tender baby chokes or big, hearty globes and commit to a labor of love that’s always worth it.
This kitchen technique is both simple and fun. You’re going to scorch some peppers till they’re really charred and blistered and blackened, then slide the skins off to reveal the delicious, smoky, tender flesh beneath. It’s time to learn how to roast poblanos on the stove. Any stem flare-ups can be extinguished with a little dexterous tong action, as you’ll see in the video. You’re safe. Everything’s safe. Especially dinner.
A husband and wife tackle seasonal cooking lessons
Apr 21, 2015 3:00 pm
The following is an account of a woman teaching her man to cook soft-shell crabs. A bold move. Below that, the steps to give it a try yourself. But wait, there’s more! There’s also a recipe for crispy Maryland soft-shell crabs, courtesy of Food Republic and the most awesome chef Laurent Tourondel.
Rusty’s Southern BBQ has brought a version of authentic Lexington-style North Carolina smoked pork to the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. Owner Rusty Olson grew up spending summers with his grandparents in the Carolinas, and it was there that he developed an abiding love of the vinegar-based barbecue sauces of the region. Now he’s introduced genuine smoked meat to the Left Coast.
A famous Southwesten pepper, roasted to perfection
Apr 21, 2015 9:00 am
Don’t get this capsicum confused with other green-colored chilies — there’s a reason the New Mexican variant has such a cult following. They’re spicy, meaty, bright and oh-so-flavorful, especially if you’re lucky enough to score them freshly roasted. Here’s everything you need to know about cooking with green chilies.
Taste the creamy, dark, complex and salt-sprinkled
Apr 17, 2015 2:00 pm
We don’t post just any old chocolate dessert recipes on Food Republic. We hand-select the finest treats from across the culinary universe, polish them up till they shine with the intensity of a thousand sprinkles and send them straight to your hippocampus. That’s the part of the brain where food cravings start, proliferate and eventually take over. Dig into chewy cookies, silky mousse, the frozen, rolled and dipped in nuts, and have yourself a sweet evening.