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From Hong Kong To Your Kitchen: Hawker Stall Chicken Skewers Recipe

Asian street food is what's for dinner tonight
Jul 15, 2014 3:00 pm
hawker-style chicken skewers

You may have other culinary goals if you're in Manchester, England, but put Sweet Mandarin on your "to-visit" list in case you feel like deviating from regional fare. Twin sisters and Sweet Mandarin owners Helen and Lisa Tse put modern Chinese food on the map with their popular restaurant, and recently released their first cookbook. First up, hawker-style chicken skewers you don't have to leave your kitchen to enjoy. 

 

The Meal Plan: A No Holds Barred Fried Chicken Fiasco!

We map it out, you pull it off. Got chicken?
Jul 3, 2014 2:30 pm

Tonight's menu features some good old-fashioned deep-frying. There's also blackening and grilling, two other things you should get into while it's hot. Sounds counter-productive with the heat and heat, but you'll be fine. Choose your fried chicken, there are several, then pick from our hand-selected list of salads and fixins to make a crowd-friendly feast best served outdoors. 

      Never, Ever Wash Raw Chicken. Here's Why.

      Britain stops rinsing raw chicken. We should, too.
      Jun 17, 2014 9:00 am

      In totally logical news: by rinsing raw chicken before cooking it, you are in fact effectively distributing infection around your kitchen in the form of chickeny water droplets. According to UK's Food Standards Agency, those droplets can travel up to three feet before landing on...well, what's within three feet of your kitchen?

      20 Recipes For Spring Chicken, Right This Way

      Light, healthy chicken recipes for warm weather
      May 12, 2014 4:00 pm

      We realize that's not what "spring chicken" generally means, but when the sun comes out and the temperature rises, that's what we want. Spring chicken (recipes). These light and flavorful ideas for the poultry in your fridge pair perfectly with a leafy green side dish and a glass of rosé (or two). 20 prime recipes.

      Indian Slow-Braised Chicken Dum Pukht Recipe

      A fragrant, filling curry you'll make over and over
      Apr 23, 2014 2:00 pm
      chicken dum pukht recipe

      This curry is a great blank canvas, and a superb way to feed a bunch of people who are tired of the same-old dishes one makes for a crowd. It's also an ultimate comfort food — our freezer is full of this dish at various stages, from the onion-garlic-ginger blend to the finished product. 

      Brooklyn Bowl's World-Famous Fried Chicken Recipe, Right Here

      Which celebs keep coming back for BB's chicken?
      Apr 17, 2014 12:00 pm
      Photo: Adam Kane Macchia

      Everyone from Kanye West to Guns N' Roses has taken the stage at Williamsburg's Brooklyn Bowl, but it's the venue's comfort-food style menu that Eater.com called "epic." The must-have item is the fried chicken, which chef Michael Psilakis said was "the best crispy, crunchy, yummy fried chicken I've had in my life."

      Where Is The Ben & Jerry’s Of Meat Processing?

      Chris Leonard poses the question in a new book
      Apr 7, 2014 10:00 am

      In the 1970s, nearly 40 companies provided half the chicken Americans consumed. Today, just three companies produce that amount and they control every aspect of production, from egg to vacuum-sealed chicken breasts at the grocery store. As business reporter and author of a new book on the topic Chris Leonard sees it, this is a problem that needs solving now.

      Quail And Cornish Hens Are Not For Lunch

      Quail fails, hen never-agains and other reasons
      Jan 30, 2014 12:31 pm

      Welcome to one of my rare editions of What Not To Eat For Lunch. I like to think lunch is a poultry-friendly meal. Turkey sandwiches come to mind. Chicken salad. Salads with chicken. All manners of burritos, stir-fries and soups. So naturally, in my innocence, I assume all poultry is lunch-friendly. That, my friends, is how little kids get eaten at the zoo. Or at least that's how I feel about a string of recent culinary bird fails.

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