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    It's yummy and easy to use subs. I like the technique. To create an authentic-tasting version of Pasta All’Amatriciana we needed an alternative to hard-to-find guanciale, or cured pork jowl. Humble salt pork, though an unlikely solution, provided the rich, clean meatiness we were after. To ensure tender bites of pork throughout, we first simmered it in water to gently cook it and render fat, a step that allowed the meat to quickly turn golden once the water evaporated. Finally, to ensure the grated Pecorino Romano didn’t clump in the hot sauce, we first mixed it with a little cooled rendered pork fat. Now the flavor of pork, tomato, chili flake, and Pecorino shine through in each bite. Look for salt pork that is roughly 70 percent fat and 30 percent lean meat; leaner salt pork may not render enough fat. If it is difficult to slice, put the salt pork in the freezer for 15 minutes to firm up. Use high-quality imported Pecorino Romano—not the bland domestic cheese labeled “Romano.”

    Recipe #512648

    "To create juicy, well-textured turkey burgers, we ditched store-bought ground turkey in favor of home-ground turkey thighs, which boast more fat and flavor. To ensure that our turkey burger recipe delivered maximum juiciness, we made a paste with a portion of the ground turkey, gelatin, soy sauce, and baking soda, which trapped juice within the burgers. Finally, we added coarsely chopped raw white mushrooms to keep the meat from binding together too firmly. If you are able to purchase boneless, skinless turkey thighs, substitute 1 1/2 pounds for the bone-in thigh. To ensure the best texture, don’t let the burgers stand for more than an hour before cooking. Serve the burgers with Malt Vinegar–Molasses Burger Sauce or your favorite toppings."

    Recipe #509752

    Talk about umami bomb! This is from the lead singer of Pink Martini. It's just quinoa, avocado, ponzu, nori(seaweed strips). Ponzu is soy sauce, citrus, and sugar. I make it with lemon, rice vinegar, and sugar because I never have all of the real ingredients on hand but you can buy it at any Asian market. This is what the times has to say about Ponzu. http://dinersjournal.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/19/recipe-of-the-day-ponzu-sauce/?_r=0 **Ponzu is not gluten free but if you buy the San-J gluten free soy sauce and make your own.... it works out well. Nom nom nom.

    Recipe #509054

    I want to try this. It looks like an umami explosion. Pass the Parm. This recipe makes enough sauce to coat 2 pounds of pasta. Leftover sauce may be refrigerated for up to three days or frozen for up to one month. Eight teaspoons of gelatin is equivalent to one (1-ounce) box of gelatin. If you can’t find ground veal, use an additional ¾ pound of ground beef. Source: America's Test Kitchen Season 13: Ultimate Italian

    Recipe #508092

    P90x Phase 1: Fat Shredder. To be served on roasted salmon.

    Recipe #507204

    One of the Phase 1: Fat Shredder Recipes Level I - 1 cup of soup=1 veg Level II - 2 cups of soup=2 veg Level II - 3 cups of soup= 3 veg

    Recipe #507202

    I love the Chinese Egg tomato soup from Po's Dumpling Bar in Kansas City. It has the consistency of egg drop with the sweetness of the tomatoes and the rich flavor. This is super inexpensive and it's easy and it's so fast.

    Recipe #496703

    I wanted the take out style fried rice. Umami = just add a little fish sauce. It doesn't taste fishy! I promise! It's not quite Paleo friendly with the soy and whatever but you can figure it out... I've made this several times and I'm continually tinkering with adding fried rice things... shrimp, pineapple, chicken, Chinese sausage, ham, green onions...... whatever. You could even add rice if you wanted to Volumetrics a serving of carbs or something.

    Recipe #496259

    The Dieter's Cookbook 1982... Exchanges... = 2 1/2 lean meat 1 1/2 bread 1 1/2 vegetable 1 1/2 fat

    Recipe #465440

    Better Homes and Gardens The Dieter's Cookbook circa 1982... So Delicious. The potatoes are INSIDE THE MEATLOAF. Don't even know its diet food... MEATLOAF AT its best. 1 serving = 3 lean meat exchanges, 1/2 bread, 1 veg exchange, 1 1/2 fat I like to use the low sugar heinz and add a tad bit when i put it in the oven.

    Recipe #465438

    The Casbah in Lawrence, KS puts these in their house salad. This is my favorite burger joint EVER but, the pickled vegetables in the salad are so delicious they are freaky tasty. I had to buy the cookbook from the chef's Robert and Molly Krause. Because of their book, I want to start canning. :D "Pickles are a great way to use up a garden bounty and eat more vegetables. Beyond snacking, they taste great in salads, with dips or hummus, or atop a sandwich." - The Cook's Book of Intense Flavors

    Recipe #456885

    "The zesty hot and sour sauce is extremely versatile; try it on Asian greens or as a dipping sauce for steamed lobster or shrimp...I love the texture of cooked cucumber, because it’s tender yet still remains crisp. ...When you think about it, basically a cucumber is a pickle, and here you’re quickly pickling it in the vinegar sauce. "-Micheal Mina This goes with Micheal Mina's Prawns Stuffed with dungeness crab, orange jalapeno hollandaise, hot and sour sauce with cucumber noodles. This appetizer is served at Arcadia and Restaurant Michael Mina and is commonly enjoyed as a bar snack and makes a substantial first course.

    Recipe #456123

    From the Good Stuff cookbook by Spike Mendelsohn

    Recipe #455639

    From the Good Stuff cookbook: I will admit to study my share of women. I mean I am a young, fun chef--how can I not? While I don't understand most of them, one thing has become perfectly clear-- the ladies love turkey burgers. They think traditional burgers result in hours at the gym (not necessarily the case), so they turn to the leaner, less-threatening alternative--turkey. Now, when it comes to women, I aim to please. This turkey burger is so good, it's almost better than e real thing. ...For a variation, try topping this burger with the Cranberry sauce or the Chunky Avocado topping. (see my recipes)

    Recipe #455638

    From the Good Stuff Cookbook by Spike Mendelsohn: Every chef knows that a roasted chicken is the most priceless, practical, and perfect thing to have in the fridge. This recipe proves that point. Wit the right herbs and seasonings, this sandwich will save you on those there's-nothin'-in-the-fridge freak-out-moments.

    Recipe #455637

    From the Good Stuff cookbook: My grandmother, who we call Zas, is not really the grandmotherly sort. She looks half her age--always the latest makeup, perfect jewelry, and fashionable outfits with shoes and purse to match. Among her many refined qualities, Zas is a complete sweet potato junkie, this is a must have when she comes to visit.

    Recipe #455636

    Homemade spice mayo? Don't mind if I do! Micheal Mina's Cayenne Mayo to go with his Prawns Stuffed With Dungeness Crab, Orange-Jalapenos Hollandaise, with Hot and Sour Cucumber Noodles. Delicious.

    Recipe #455635

    As Chef Mina explains, “The booming flavors of this dish are bold without a doubt. The complex combination has it all. It’s spicy, sweet, sour, and the creaminess from the hollandaise binds it together. All the elements unite in a balanced whole to provide a pleasant jolt to the palette. The undercurrent of chilies brings on a lingering heat that tantalizes and perks up the taste buds. This appetizer is served at Arcadia and Restaurant Michael Mina and is commonly enjoyed as a bar snack and makes a substantial first course. I love the texture of cooked cucumber, because it’s tender yet still remains crisp. When you think about it, basically a cucumber is a pickle, and here you’re quickly pickling it in the vinegar sauce. Creamy hollandaise on crab is a decadent pairing; it’s kind of my ode to Japanese Dynamite Crab. The zesty hot and sour sauce is extremely versatile; try it on Asian greens or as a dipping sauce for steamed lobster or shrimp.”

    Recipe #455626

    Spice up your eggs benedict! or make.... Micheal Mina's Dungeness Crab-Stuffed Prawns Orange-Jalapeño Hollandaise, Hot and Sour Sauce with Cucumber Noodles

    Recipe #455624

    Tastes like victory and winning. Simple, delicious. Super easy, from pan to bun. Show up someone's fancy burger with this simple perfection. Picky burger cooks and eaters will bow down to you. This is a great base burger too. You can work with meat mixtures, butter flavors, even move on to adding other things and switching ingredients: pickled red onion petals with white truffle butter, roasted tomato jam with julienned basil... cheese is a whole different story. Try it with Spike's good stuff sauce or homemade mayo on my pg. You will thank me.

    Recipe #455603

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