It’s Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. But, for the rest of the world, it’s just Thursday, Sure, we celebrate Thanksgiving here in Canada, but we do it on the second Monday in October. So, tonight, here at Chez Maggie, we’ll be having something less festive than a Turkey Feast…
Tomorrow is American Thanksgiving. And I can just see the crowds in the stores today, stocking up on trimmings and treats to make the day the best it can be. I’ve posted Thanksgiving menu and cooking tips before. But, today I’m going to list my personal fave game-time tips!
There’s a right way and a wrong way to cook everything. And Eggs may be the hardest food for a cook to get ‘right’. It’s so easy to burn them and they always seem to stick, no matter what you do. So… I’ve gathered together a few pro-cook hints that should help your Eggs egg-cel!
One of the most demanding things I ever had to cook – before I went to culinary school – was a perfect Hard Boiled Egg. There is a foolproof way to do it, but I never knew until I was admitted to the world of professional cooks. And it’s so easy, you’ll wonder why you never thought of it yourself!
We all know the classic food and Wine paring rules: Red Wines with with Red Meats, White Wines with Poultry, Fish and Seafood. But recent studies of Wine lovers and their preferences have revealed that those old rules may be outmoded. Chefs and Hospitality School experts say, “Let the palate rule!”
I’ve been addressing the idea of leftovers lately, what with the coming and going of Canadian Thanksgiving. Today, I want to present an easy dish you can roll out to help make any leftover protein seem first-meal special. I hope you are a fan of Asian flavours and enjoy a bit of heat!