Saturday, August 31, 2013
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com - Spicy Ham and Black Bean Stew, Ham and Black Bean Stew Recipe, Recipe for Ham and Black Bean Stew
Perfect for a blustery day, Walter's Spicy Ham and Black Bean Stew is comforting and satisfying - and so easy! Try this delicious soul-satisfying dish and you'll have a new favorite in your arsenal!
Posted by Jan Charles at 4:17 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com, Walter's Country Ham Quiche from The Food City Kitchen on WVLT. Country Ham Quiche Recipe, Recipe for Country Ham Quiche, Ham Quiche Recipe, How to Make Ham Quiche
Walter makes an unbelievably delectable country ham quiche with buttermilk - absolutely delicious! This recipe is just genius - all the best - simple, inexpensive, and more flavor than you can shake a stick at - you don't want to miss this one!
Posted by Jan Charles at 4:12 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com Roasted Brussels sprouts with Parmesan and bacon - even if you think you don't like Brussels sprouts, these are so tender and flavorful you'll want to give them the chance to convert you!
Posted by Jan Charles at 3:59 PM
Food City Kitchen with Chef Walter and Jan Charles - Brittany Potatoes from The Food City Kitchen on WVLT. Loccal8Now.com A terrific make ahead take on the classic mashed potatoes - enriched with sour cream and butter, these potatoes are super easy, but in no means short on taste! Serve this mashed potato casserole immediately, or stash it a couple of days ahead to give your meal preparation a boost!
Posted by Jan Charles at 3:48 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com Greek Chicken, Greek Chicken Recipe, Recipe for Greek Chicken, How to Make Greek Chicken
Check out this fabulous, quick and easy recipe for Greek Chicken - a dish loaded with bright, bold flavor. It's simple and inexpensive too!
Posted by Jan Charles at 3:38 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com Roast Acorn Squash, Roasted Acorn Squash Recipe, How to Roast Acorn Squash
Check out this easy and delicious recipe for roasting acorn squash - one of the best of the fresh fall vegetables, and perfect for either the holiday table or as a great everyday side dish!
Posted by Jan Charles at 3:28 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com, Simple Syrup - How to Make Simple Syrup, Simple Sugar Recipe, Simple Syrup Recipe
Simple sugar, simple syrup, simple sugar syrup - it's all the same thing. Simple sugar syrup is a very basic concoction of sugar and water in proportion. It's used for all kinds of things - to sweeten cocktails, to keep cakes moist, and as a sweetener for lots of drinks - including iced coffee and awesome lemonade. Check out this quick video to see how easy making simple sugar syrup is!
Posted by Jan Charles at 3:20 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com, Pulled Pork Recipe, How to Pull Pork, Slow Cooker Pulled Pork, Crock Pot Pulled Pork Recipe
So you've knocked out a pulled pork butt in your slow cooker and it's delectable and luscious - and big and messy! What do you do with your slow cooker pork now? How do you get the right texture?
No problem - it's far simpler than you think. Don't worry about bringing out knives and cutting boards - this stuff will fall apart on its own - just the way it's supposed to - if you have the right technique. Check out this video and see how to pull pork - use it in pulled pork sandwiches, pulled pork tacos - any pulled pork recipes!
Posted by Jan Charles at 3:15 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com TG Tennessee Caviar, Cowboy Caviar, Texas Caviar Recipe
So I know this stuff is normally called Texas Caviar, or Cowboy Caviar - but since I'm a Tennessean born and bred, and it's my recipe I'm naming it after my own state. So this is Tennessee Caviar! Seriously - the idea is the same - this is a beloved bean dip that can be found throughout the South and Southwest and it's not only amazingly good for you, it's absolutely, completely addictive.
Posted by Jan Charles at 2:25 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com TG How to Mince Garlic; How to Peel and Chop Garlic - What is minced garlic? Like me on Facebook and follow me on the Twitter to see what we're doing all the time!
Posted by Jan Charles at 2:08 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com How to Cut an Onion, Cutting an Onion - How to Dice an Onion, How to Dice Onions
So many times success in the kitchen comes down to a few basic techniques. You don't have to have wicked knife skills to make your food fabulous, but knowing how to handle a few things very well is critical. So many recipes call for onion that knowing how to cut an onion is probably the single most basic skill in the kitchen - and like many things there're right and wrong ways to do it. Check out this video on how to cut an onion - you'll see that learning to do it the right way isn't hard at all. It takes a little knowledge and a bit of practice - that's it!
Posted by Jan Charles at 2:01 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com, How Cut a Pepper - How to Cut Bell Peppers, How to Dice Peppers, How to Dice Bell Peppers
Need to figure out exactly how to cut a bell pepper? Don't be thrown off by the odd shape of most bell peppers - it's so easy to get perfectly uniform pieces if you know how to cut bell peppers. Check out this quick video to see how easy it is to cut a pepper correctly!
Posted by Jan Charles at 1:29 PM
Friday, August 30, 2013
TG Homemade Italian Dressing, Italian Dressing Recipe - Homemade Italian Dressing Mix http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com
I love salads. One of the simplest side dishes around is a tossed salad - and they're so easy to mix up and change around by using whichever leafy greens are in season and by changing up the dressings. Italian dressing is one of our family's favorites - but we really don't like either the chemical taste or the strange pasty texture of bottled dressing - even the 'good' brands aren't quite right.
Homemade Italian dressing is so easy and so much more delicious than the bottled kind. It takes only moments to mix up and it's just as easy to prep the Italian dressing mix and stash it in the cupboard for nearly instant dressing any time you need it. With just a handful of dried herbs and spices, you can make your own homemade Italian dressing mix and whip it out anytime you need it. Check out this quick video and see just how simple and delicious it it!
Posted by Jan Charles at 9:15 AM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com Sausage and cornbread stuffing is an absolute classic - simple and delicious. This works as well with chicken or pork as it does with turkey - so give it a try! For more information on how to eat real food, visit http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com, and thanks for visiting!
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:01 AM
How to Cut Jalapenos, Cutting Jalapenos How to Cut a Jalapeno Pepper, Diced Jalapenos http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com
See how easy it is to diced, chop and de-seed jalapenos. Despite their odd little shape, it takes only seconds to have them ready to go in your next recipe!
Posted by Jan Charles at 4:56 AM
Thursday, August 29, 2013
How to Brown Ground Beef - How do You Brown Ground Beef? Great Ground Beef Recipe!
There are tons of great ground beef recipes out there - and it seems that most of them start with instructions to brown the ground beef. Not sure how to do that? It's easy! Check out this quick video to see how you brown ground beef, and an explanation of why it works and what it should look like. Browning ground beef is not only easy but it's the first step in the best great ground beef recipes. Check this out and see how easy it is!
Posted by Jan Charles at 6:54 PM
Green Onions, Scallions, What is Green Onion? What are Scallions?
Green onions, also known as spring onions or scallions, are a wonderful ingredient There are many recipes for green onions, or recipes for scallions, and they're extremely easy to work with. Not only is the white 'bulb' edible, but the green shoots or tops are delicious too. The flavor of young scallions is similar to a mild garlic, with older and bigger green onions tasting more of a typical white or yellow onion. Used in many cuisines, scallions are a great addition to your kitchen!
Posted by Jan Charles at 6:34 PM
How to Cut Carrots, How to Cut a Carrot
Knowing how to correctly work with a knife and how to correctly prep ingredients can go a long, long way to making your work in the kitchen more easy, fun and rewarding. Carrots are a very common ingredient, being called for in any recipe beginning with a mirepoix, and there are just a few tricks to working with them. There are several ways to cut carrots, but this is the simplest and most quick. This short video shows how to cut a carrot correctly, whether for a casual dish or a more formal presentation. Take a moment to see how you should be cutting carrots, and you'll be working like a pro in no time!
Posted by Jan Charles at 6:28 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com Don't let the 'French" in the title of this video scare you off. While there are a couple of tricks to need to know to turn out perfect, fluffy, soft French Scrambled Eggs, it's not difficult. With a little patience, breakfast can be elevated to a new level.
Posted by Jan Charles at 6:22 PM
TG Iced Coffee, How to Make Iced Coffee, Iced Coffee Recipe: How do you Make Iced Coffee?
How do you make iced coffee? Want to know how to make iced coffee? It's so easy! Don't go spending money on iced coffee drinks at the drive through - you can do it yourself at home for very little money. Even better - homemade iced coffee is delicious - and takes almost no time at all. In about the same time as you pour a regular cup of coffee you can whip together this iced coffee recipe, and you'll be good to go.
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:45 PM
Roasted Asparagus Recipe, How to Roast Asparagus, Oven Roasted Asparagus, How to Cook Asparagus
Asparagus is fabulous! It can, however, be done really wrong - and in that case it's just awful. Knowing how to cook asparagus isn't hard though. This video shows how to roast asparagus in the oven, and it also shows how to pick out the best asparagus at the produce stand or farmer's market.
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:42 PM
TG Mirepoix, Mirepoix Recipe, Mirepoix Definition - Carrots, Celery and Onion
Mirepoix is a classic flavor base, primarily from France, but used throughout Western Europe. It's a combination of onion, carrots and celery, with about twice as much onion as carrot or celery for the classic Mirepoix ratio. Sauteing Mirepoix before adding any number of ingredients lays down a flavor base that really makes dishes extraordinary. The beginning of many classic soups, stews and sauces, a mirepoix is an invaluable tool in your kitchen. Check out this quick video and see - its another tool to make sure your home cooking can rock!
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:39 PM
Corn Stock, Corn Stock Recipe, Corn Broth Recipe, How to Make Corn Broth
The root to stem food movement has recently begun garnering national attention after some exposure in the New York Times, but in the Southern Appalachians it's been a way of life for generations. Making corn stock or broth is a perfect example of capturing every last bit of goodness from your produce. Did you know you can follow this simple corn stock recipe and have a delicious, golden yellow broth to use in recipes as you like?
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:37 PM
Vegetable Stock, Vegetable Stock Recipe, How to Make Vegetable Stock: Free Food; Stem to Root Cooking, Recipes, and Food on a Budget
I love the idea of stem to root cooking - which is a movement in which every possible bit of food is used. In this case, this vegetable stock is 'free' - it's made 100% with the bits that are normally tossed out. The idea isn't that crazy - all the veggies are absolutely clean, and the combination is kept in proportion for a typical vegetable stock. Making homemade vegetable stock is simple, easy and results in even more mileage for your food budget.
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:34 PM
How to Cut Corn off the Cob, Cut Corn, How to Cut Corn, Cut Corn off the Cob Recipe
Fresh corn is delicious, but even I'll admit there's only so much corn on the cob you can eat in a summer! What to do next? Cut it off the cob and use it in a thousand other fabulous recipes! It can be a little tricky knowing how to cut corn off the cob - it seems like everyone has different advice. In this video I show you several methods to cutting corn off the cob, and let you choose which one you like best. Learn to cut corn off the cob, and give yourself a wonderful new technique to put to use in your kitchen!
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:27 PM
TG How to Cook Corn on the Cob, How long to Cook Corn, How do you Cook Corn on the Cob? http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com
TG How to Cook Corn on the Cob, How long to Cook Corn, How do you Cook Corn on the Cob? Not sure what to do with all that fabulous, fresh, sweet corn on the cob? Don't worry - cooking corn on the cob is a snap, and this video shows you just how easy it is.
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:23 PM
Tomatillo Salsa Verde http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com Salsa Verde Recipe, Tomatillo Salsa Recipe, Tomatillo Salsa Verde Recipe - What is Salsa Verde?
This is one of the absolute best things I've ever eaten. This tomatillo salsa verde recipe was given to me by a buddy from Mexico, and I think I've made about two batches a week since I got it. The fresh, bright citrusy taste of the tomatillos is like nothing else!
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:19 PM
How to Cut Tomatoes http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com How to Cut a Tomato, How to Dice a Tomato - Want the right way to cut or dice a tomato for your next recipe? Here's how you do it!
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:14 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com A quick and easy recipe for black beans and rice, loaded with flavor and so good for you! Inexpensive too - win-win on this one!
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:11 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com - Chef Walter makes a truely delicious, inexpensive and easy cheeseburger macaroni - comfort food done right!
Posted by Jan Charles at 5:02 PM
http://www.ThrillbillyGourmet.com Check out how fast and easy it is to make this classic from Argentina - loaded with rich, bright flavors! Grilled Steak with Chimichurri is a snap - and your family will adore it!
Posted by Jan Charles at 4:44 PM