• Garlic Peppers and Onion Hands

    October 18, 2018DishinandDishes

      If you love to cook like I do you’ve done one of two things when it comes to garlic, peppers and onions. #1 – You go to your local beauty supply and purchase a box of those disposable rubber gloves and use them to avoid your hands either smelling awful or becoming lethal weapons…

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  • How to Choose Quality High-End Chef Knives & Cutlery for Your Modern Kitchen

    August 16, 2018DishinandDishes

    Any home chef knows that high-end knives and cutlery are quintessential to a modern kitchen, elegant dinner settings, and excellent recipes. Choosing the best accessories is not an easy feat, however. Knives and cutlery require attention to detail when you purchase them. They should also meet your chef needs and exceed your expectations. Today, we…

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  • Restoring Cast Iron Pots and Pans

    November 16, 2015DishinandDishes

    With a little elbow grease and picking up bargains, you can restore what others think is a ruined cast iron pot or pan.

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  • Butternut Squash Trick

    November 3, 2015DishinandDishes

    This simple food tip and trick for scooping out the seeds of butternut squash will save you so much time in the kitchen!

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  • How to Cut Strawberry Hearts

    February 2, 2015DishinandDishes

    A brief photo and instructional tutorial on how to cut strawberries into hearts.

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  • Homemade Vegetable Stock

    January 30, 2015DishinandDishes

    A homemade recipe to save you from buying all those expensive cans and boxes of vegetable stock or broth.

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  • Pumpkin- How to Roast them Three Ways

    October 9, 2014DishinandDishes

    Learn how to roast/cook fresh pumpkin three different.to use in recipes like pumpkin pie, muffins, savory dishes and more.

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  • Kid-Size Caprese Salad in Five Minutes

    September 4, 2014DishinandDishes

    Kids love things that are pint sized, like they are I right? This recipe for a Caprese salad makes it just their size and would be fun to pack in an air- tight container for their lunch box! You can literally whip it up in five minutes for a kids lunch or snarf it down…

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  • Cooking Artichokes

    March 24, 2014DishinandDishes

    How to unravel the mystery of preparing an artichoke with step by step instructions with photos on how to prep, steam and eat an artichoke.

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  • Thanksgiving Cooking Essentials in the Kitchen

    November 24, 2013DishinandDishes

    Thanksgiving is almost here and that begs the question, what are the Thanksgiving essential kitchen ware items you’ll need to make your big day a success? Of course, you’ll need countless bowls and plates and such but what are some of the key elements specifically geared towards cooking a Thanksgiving meal that I deem essential?…

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  • How to Dry Brine a Turkey

    November 5, 2013DishinandDishes

    What is this thing called “dry brining” anyway? It’s brilliant, that’s what. For those of you who don’t have room in your refrigerator for a giant bird in an equally giant vat of brining liquid or don’t want to mess with changing out ice in a cooler for days, this is a good solution to…

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  • How to Roast Hatch Chiles

    August 16, 2013DishinandDishes

    During this time of the year, a cult following usually crops up here in the southwest. The Hatch Chile following. So much so, that there is actually a chile fest named in their honor that happens around the end of August when the long green chiles are ready for picking. More than 30,000 visitors trek…

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