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    Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap Contest Entry. Bacon makes everything tastes better. Unfortunately the cooking time for bacon is drastically different than most other foods. In order to render the fat out and to make the bacon crispy, most other ingredients will be way overcooked or burned to charcoal. This recipe solves the problem by using Reynolds aluminum foil in a very unique way. This fun recipe is to transform some very common ingredients, Zucchini and ground beef, into a more memorable dish. The plating of this dish shows one serving.

    Recipe #487656

    Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap Contest Entry. Tilapia is a fine fish, delicious, healthy and reasonable. If you agree with that, then you should try fresh, live swimming tilapia, it is simply heavenly. In high-end restaurants, Tilapia is typically served whole and filleted in the dinning room in front of the patrons. I decided to do the same. There is a store where live fish can be bought here in NYC. I choose red Tilapia because the color has more plate appeal. Tilapia has a sweet earthy flavor and mild and a firm, flaky texture. However, the earthy flavor can taste muddy to some. This recipe is designed to transform this earthy flavor into something that is subtlety gracious. The heavy duty non-stick Reynolds wrap is to create a cooking environment that will cook the fish quickly at very high heat, at the same time giving a little smoky flavor and making the skin very crispy. BTW, each 16 oz of whole tilapia is 5 oz of meat after filleted. The plating of this dish shows one serving.

    Recipe #487598

    Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap Contest Entry. The price for a sous vide cooker has come down drastically from a few thousand dollars to the low hundreds. Finally this incredible technique previously only available to expensive restaurants and famous chefs is now within the means of family cooks. This recipe uses the sous vide’s low temperature and long cooking time to infuse deep Rosemary and Bell Pepper flavor into the meat. Tender and juicy pulled pork is amazingly different than pulled pork done the regular way. Rather than typical plastic bags for the sous vide, I have found that aluminum foil gives better conductivity and not as expensive as sous vide bags. The plating of this dish shows one serving.

    Recipe #487505

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