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The Basics: Stone Ground Mustard

Cooking Essentials  The Technique  Stone Ground Mustard  Stone ground mustard is a condiment that features brown mustard seeds. The flavor may be best described as spicy, stout & tangy. The most basic folumals include salt & vinegar while the liquid can be as simple as water or range from fruit juice to whiskey with a coarse yet […]

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Cooking Classics: Chimichurri

Cooking Classics The Technique Chimichurri Fresh herb sauces take classic grilled beef & pork to new heights. Chimichurri, with Argentinian origins, is an uncooked condiment that may be used for cooking or table side to add taste & depth to foods. Green versions make use of many herb combinations whilst red feature paprika & peppers. A […]

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The Basics: Flat Iron Steak

Cooking Essentials The Profile Flat Iron Steak Flat Iron Steak, also known as Top Blade Steak when sliced crosswise, is taken from the shoulder region of the cow. This wonderfully easy to prepare beef cut is well-marbled & tender. It may be seasoned with a flavorful marinade or custom dry rub for use in stir-fry recipes or salads. Flat Iron Steak features sound […]

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Cooking Classics: Fresh Herb Flank Steak

Cooking Classics The Technique Fresh Herb Flank Steak Fresh Herb Flank Steak is a versatile beef cut that may be cooked a number of ways. It may be grilled using gas or charcoal outdoors & broiled or by searing using a grill skillet indoors since it’s a relatively thin piece of meat. Fresh dill, parsley […]

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The Basics: Flank Steak

Cooking Essentials The Profile  Flank Steak Flank Steak also referred to as Plank Steak or Jiffy Steak, is a cut taken from the loin area of the cow where the abdominal muscles are located. It may be cooked in a variety of ways such as by pan-searing, grilling & broiling as these methods will have it ready quite quickly. This delicious beef […]

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The Basics: Yellow Mustard Seed

Cooking Essentials The Profile Yellow Mustard Seed  Yellow mustard seeds, also known as white, B. hirta or Sinapis alba like brown mustard seeds, are members of the mustard & cabbage families. They require a precise environment of cool conditions & moist soil in order to thrive into bushy shrubs. Yellow mustard seeds are often found […]

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Cooking Classics: Horseradish Mustard

Cooking Classics The Technique Horseradish Mustard  Horseradish Mustard offers a pungent, spicy kick to a variety of foods ranging from Classic Corned Beef Brisket & sandwiches to charcuterie platters. Brown mustard seeds, Brassica nigra, members of the mustard & cabbage families, are an annual native to Asia where often times they are warmed to release the […]

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The Basics: Brown Mustard Seed

Cooking Essentials The Profile Brown Mustard Seed  Brown mustard seeds, Brassica nigra, are members of the mustard & cabbage families. The plant itself offers many uses in the kitchen as the leaves are often added to salads with the pungent seeds harvested for use in many different types of food applications. When crushed, spicy condiments […]

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