4 lbs of butternut squash, peeled and cut into 3/4″ cubes
4 oz pancetta – thinly sliced
1 finely minced shallot 1 cup of balsamic vinegar, reduced to 1/4th cup 2 Tbs Cocoa Nibs 1 Tbs Honey 1/4 cup rosemary/garlic infused olive oil (see recipe below) Salt to Taste
Preheat oven to 350 [...]
Ever wondered how to pick a knife? What about what knife to use for what application?
Knife Skills 101:
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This amazing member of the cabbage family is a tasteful oxymoron. Being both rigid and delicate, all at the same time. This recipe takes advantage of it’s ability to capture flavors and results in a dish that stimulates all the senses on the tongue. It’s sweet, savory, salty, sour, spicy and bitter, all in [...]
Just in time for grilling season, a DELICIOUS burger. I’m not exaggerating when I say it’s the most juicy, most flavorful burger I’ve ever eaten. The trick is to know when to flip the burger. As protein strands are heated, they release moisture into the burger. Eventually, this burger makes it’s way to the [...]
Today on Good Things Utah I mentioned a Harvard study that found eating unprocessed red meat (IE: steaks, roasts and burgers) had no impact on heart disease.
I’ve had quite a few emails asking about the study, so I thought it appropriate to pass this along.
Herbs are loaded with antioxidants. Because plants take in a TON of oxygen through photosynthesis, those herbs need to have compounds in place to prevent the oxygen from causing their natural oils to go rancid – the sole purpose of antioxidants. Therefore, virtually any leafy herb is going to have a lot of [...]
A month ago we did a segment on Good Things Utah about knives. As I’ve thought about the segment, it occurred to me that there is a LOT more to discuss about knives, and their operation than we mentioned on GTU. So I put together a little Knive 101 segment discussing the difference between [...]