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The Basics: Brown or Yellow Onions

Cooking Essentials The Profile  Brown or Yellow Onions  Brown or yellow onions, allium cepa L., refer to several types of dry, strongly flavored onions. They are all purpose onions which account for nearly 90% of those used for storage over a period of time. Brown onions may be used for all sorts of classic recipe applications ranging from […]

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Cooking Classics: Sliders

Cooking Classics The Technique Sliders Sliders are typically small versions of hamburgers that may be served when entertaining is in order. They are usually rather simple in nature making them easy to enjoy with just a few bites. Blue Cheese Sliders rely on pungent dairy & a Classic Aioli to deliver big flavor while a […]

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Hot Moonshine Mustard By Rebecca Gordon Editor-In-Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary & Entertaining Techniques Cooking & Baking Tutorials Game Day Entertaining Tailgating Recipes TV Cooking Personality Southern Hostess Southern Entertaining Editorial Director Digital Culinary Photo Journalist Football Food Alabama & Auburn Tailgating Birmingham Alabama

Cooking Classics: Hot Moonshine Mustard

Cooking Classics The Technique Hot Moonshine Mustard Once you prepare mustard from scratch, it’s bound to become a staple in your kitchen. It’s simple to make & a small batch can be used for a variety of recipes. Beyond sandwiches & BBQ-Bacon Cheeseburgers, homemade mustard is delicious when folded into chicken salad & potato salad. Hot Moonshine Mustard offers […]

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Cooking Classics: BBQ-Bacon Cheeseburgers

Cooking Classics The Technique BBQ-Bacon Cheeseburgers Cheeseburgers may be built with all sorts of delicious toppings & those with cheese & bacon tend to be favorites. Swiss, Cheddar & Pepper Jack make for interesting choices & when it comes to the onions, consider caramelizing them or pickling for more complex taste notes. Look to The […]

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How To Make Classic Aioli By Rebecca Gordon Editor-In-Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary & Entertaining. Southern Hostess. Southern Entertaining Cooking & Baking Tutorials TV Cooking Personality Modern Southern Socials Game Day Entertaining Southern Hostess Pastry Chef Writer Food Stylist Tailgating Recipes Party Menus Classic Recipes. Birmingham Alabama. Spring Entertaining

Cooking Classics: Aïoli

Cooking Classics The Technique Aïoli The most classically prepared aïoli is made with simply smashed garlic & oil. An egg yolk is sometimes added to aide in emulsifying the mixture & help bind them together. It’s a condiment that pairs particularly well with steamed haricot verts, fish, grilled chicken & Classic Cheeseburgers but it can also serve […]

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The Basics: Green Leaf Lettuce

Cooking Essentials The Technique Green Leaf Lettuce Green leaf lettuce offers a distinctively crunchy texture & lovely visual interest to sandwiches, salads & Classic Cheeseburgers. Lettuce is grown as an annual plant that is classified under the daisy family. The leaves are grown from a stalk & may be found in green, red & oak […]

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