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Pork Carnitas – in a nutshell, pork braised, in this case, in peanut oil and then finished with a bit of a small secret… first you take 4lbs of pork shoulder cut it into 3″x3″ cubes salt and pepper it (I used kosher salt and fresh pepper) sear for about 7 minutes, all sides, over [...]
One of the best things in the world is perfectly fried chicken. For me anyhow. Not so much if you are a vegetarian. Or a chicken. So here’s how I do mine… For kicks, I also did a spicy side of North Carolina (ish) coleslaw…
It’s been a while since I’ve done a regular video but I’m back! Finally! I decided to make a very easy Cottage Pie – the sort of thing you can make on a weeknight without a ton of effort… enjoy!
A pal of mine asked for a easy, but impressive dinner he could make for his dear wife. No problem – this is one of my “go to” meals that looks that makes you look the part and won’t cause you too much grief. This is enough for two people. What you need from the [...]
I don’t know why people shy away from making pie. They can be sweet, they can be savoury, they can be filling, comforting, drool-inducing and visually gorgeous to look at. There are two main components obviously – the pie dough/topping and the filling. I can’t say this often enough, the end result of your pie, [...]