당신은 테이블에 당신이 그것을 요리하고, 우리가 방법의 다른 종류에 있는 저 선택권을 탐구하면 않는 한 매운 음식을 얻을 수 없다. 우리는 주로 우리가 결혼식 현재로 전에 년 얻은 양극 처리한 붙지 않는 취사도구를 이용한다 (Calphalon에서), 시간의 다량을 좋아 작동한다. 그러나, 많은 조리법은 무쇠 프라이팬 불고기용 냄비의 사용을 요구한다. 우리는 몇몇 정밀한 사람에게서 최근 전자 우편을에 받았다 Cookware.com, 그래서 우리는 그들의 저자 중 하나를 무쇠 취사도구 사용의 이득을 밖으로 철자하도록 요청했다:
무쇠로 요리의 3개의 이점
그것이 취사도구에 올 때, 당신의 선택권은 겉으로는 끝없다! 알루미늄에서, 스테인리스 및 무쇠에 구리 그리고 단단하 양극 처리된 강철 - 당신은 어떻게 저 취사도구를 제일 한 벌 당신의 필요 선택하는가?
당신의 새로운 구매하는 착수하기 전에 취사도구는 놓는다, 약간 처음 연구를 하는 좋은 아이디어 이다. 가격 점 이외에, 당신은 질 주의하고 싶다. 고품질 취사도구 세트는 경제 적이고, 더 싼 세트로 기껏해야 1 - 2 년에서만 당신을 지속할 수년간 당신을 지속할 수 있었다.
무쇠 취사도구는 취사도구의 가장 튼튼한 유형의 한개이고 일생을 위해 당신을 지속할 수 있다! 이상적인 열 지휘자, 무쇠는 동등하게 가열하고 일관되게, 당신을 도와서 완전한 식사를 몇 번이고 창조하십시오. 다른 취사도구 유형에는 이점의 그들의 자신의 세트가 있는 동안, 당신이 무쇠로 요리하는 것을 고려해야 하는지 왜 3가지의 이유는 여기에서 있다.
쉬운 요리 : A well seasoned cast iron pan is naturally stick resistant, requiring no additional oil. Foods glide out of the pan with ease and you can move your pan from the stove top, directly into the oven. Cleaning your cast iron pan is also incredibly simple - just boil hot water in the pan, let it soak in for a few minutes, and then wipe it dry with a paper towel. After it’s dry, place your pan on a heated burner until hot, applying a thin coat of vegetable oil, shortening or lard. Leave the pan on the hot burner for a few more minutes before removing it and wiping off the excess oil.
Health Benefits: Not only does cast iron cookware lend itself to cooking naturally fat-free, but you also increase the amount of iron in your food. According to researchers, cooking your foods in an iron skillet greatly increases the iron content of many kinds of foods. Typically, acidic foods with higher moisture content like spaghetti sauce and applesauce absorb more iron. Also, the longer you cook your food in a cast iron skillet, the more iron is absorbed. The benefits of an iron-rich diet are numerous. Iron boosts the body’s energy level, improves the body’s immunity and encourages restful sleep.
Environmental Benefits: Cast iron cookware is an eco-friendly alternative to Teflon-coated aluminum cookware, given that cast iron has a naturally non-stick surface. The manufacture and production of cast iron has improved considerably and many companies incorporate steps that greatly reduce waste and negative impact on the environment. Additionally, the durability of cast iron cookware ensures that a skillet can last for years and years and that it actually improves with age. While cast iron cookware can be recycled, you would be well served to consider it a lifetime investment and pass it down to your children.
As you can see, there are many benefits to choosing cast iron in your search for the right cookware. Not only does it make the cooking process easier, but it?s also healthy and environmentally friendly. It’s a win win!
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There are very few things that Joe and I don’t share with regard to taste. One of the things that Joe doesn’t really like, though, is tomato juice in any form. Thus, I had the extreme pleasure of taking on this review on my own. When the care package arrived from Big Dawg Salsa, Joe just handed them over and smiled. Darn. You mean I have to drink a Bloody Mary…twice? To this I said, “No problem.”
Toriduck comes in two different flavors: Original and Hot & Spicy. Bear in mind that this is not just the distinction between mild and spicy. They really do have two different flavors.
Original: The Original is one of the best Bloody Mary mixes I’ve ever tried, and I’ve tried quite a few. It is definitely hearty and savory, with a nice peppery taste and a nice balance of Worcestershire sauce, two hallmarks of the Bloody Mary. It’s definitely easy to drink and I found myself wanting a much bigger bottle for seconds.
Hot & Spicy: I expected that this sauce would be the same flavor with much added heat. That just wasn’t the case. While Habanero peppers are technically the only added ingredient, the savoriness took a hit with the increased ingredient and heat. The heat, while being very, very appropriate for the best of all Bloody Marys, really is the focal point of this mix. This is in contrast to the perfect combination of juice and spices in the original.
Now, I want to be clear and state that I by no means disliked the Hot & Spicy mix. I think both are exceptional mixes. My preference is definitely the Original, though. If you like really spicy drinks, don’t hesitate to go for the Hot & Spicy. In the end, I preferred the mellow taste over the burn my lips off. Choose which best fits your style. You won’t go wrong with either one.
The official announcement of this product release:
Proudly announcing the introduction of ToriDuck Bloody Mary Mix~
Made in the heart of Texas!
The new ToriDuck Bloody Mary Mix is finally here in 32oz. size~
Both Hot & Spicy and Original with an amazing story.
ToriDuck (Claudia Horton ) was my very best friend who passed away unexpectedly. She LOVED her Bloody Mary’s HOT and there wasn’t anything out there….So we went to the kitchen and after numerous tries finished “Her” perfect Mix~
Claudia’s “ToriDuck” Bloody Mary Mix has taken over a year, getting the flavor and the logo “perfect.” We worked a lot of her life in the pictures on the label in remembrance of her.(the tattoo heart is her children’s initials). I hope you get a chance to check out the website…
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Quierras Mas (You?ll Want More) Mexican Relish
Ingredients: Water, Vinegar, Onions, salt, Carrots, Jalapenos, Sesame Oil and spices
Keep in mind that vinegar is the number 2 ingredient behind water. Since good H2O has no flavor or smell. Vinegar is the big dog in this dish. More on this, later.
I like the label. Straight forward, good color and you are able to see the vegetable relish with all the nice colors. You can see at a glance what this product is. I?m sure it would ?shelf? very well in any store.
Keith Mumaw, the owner of Quierras Mas was nice enough to not only send the jar of relish, he also sent a few recipes that use this relish. With the help of my trusty Daughter photographer unit, we made Quierras Mas chicken enchiladas.
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This post will be a little different than some of the others we’ve done on Fiery Food Shows in the past. I will call this one, “Being a contest judge with 50 brain cells or less” or perhaps “How to taste lots of spicy food and give them numerical evaluation.” Anything that says yes I was a judge and lived to tell the tale.
So how does one become a judge a wing sauce contest, a salsa-making contest, or even a chili cookoff? Well, just be lucky enough to be asked for one. We and this blog have been such enthusiastic advocates for the continued success of the North Market that we have been privileged enough to serve as a judge for their various contests.
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We loves us some good chili, but some people take the practice of making chili to a whole new level. This article from Cleveland Examiner.com in the Food section talks a whole lot about Texas-style chili, recipes, chili cookoff, and the ever-popular ccookoff competitions for chili chefs:
Texas is known for a lot of things, like wide open spaces, big hearts, and bigger tempers. Nothing heats the blood of a Texan quicker than the subject of chili. Chile peppers may have a long history and are found around the world, but Texans contend chili, that rich, spicy, slow cooked concoction of meat and red chiles (beyond that the ingredients become fightin’ words?try saying ?beans? if you don?t believe me) originates in Texas. Regardless of its origin, Texans made the dish a household word.
If Texans like anything better than a good fight it?s supporting a great cause, and chili competitions have become a tradition in benevolence. The three best known charitable championships were once one, but capsaicin-saturated tempers and sheer orneriness brought several partings of the way.
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With this year’s 2009 Fiery Food Show going on out in New Mexico, we’ll take our chance to post some of our pictures from this past weekend’s Fiery Food Show here at the North Market in Columbus. The first part will cover some of the Wing-eating contests that occurred.
As was the case with last year’s events, CaJohn made it so that this wasn’t about the quantity of wings you could eat but rather the ratcheting up of the heat level with each successive round. There were two divisions of competitors, Hot and Extreme. Here is the lineup for the Hot:
From left to right: Little Kick, Big Kick, CaBoom! Gourmet Hot Sauce (red savina), Butt-Twister, ZestFest Special hot sauce, North Market show sauce
The hottest was the far right bottle, with its show-specific label. The sauce in question there is the Ignite hot sauce, a fiery habanero sauce that is one of my personal faves from CaJohn. Here is the lineup for the Extreme:
From left to right: Fire Mountain Jolokia, Nagasaurus, Scorch, Select Fatalii puree, Jolokia 10, and Ignite
All in all, a veritable gauntlet of capsaicin pain and anguish awaited the competitors, particularly in the Extreme division.
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An old friend of the Hot Zone Online, Denzel Sandberg, continues to have success with his hot sauce business out there in western Canada even with the economy being in the state it is. Check out this cool article from the Vernon Morning Star:
Hey There, Hot Stuff
Published: February 27, 2009 4:00 PM
Morning Star Staff
Denzel Sandberg has to drain every grocery store along Highway 97 in the Okanagan to collect enough habaneros ? the spiciest naturally-grown hot pepper ? for his world famous hot sauces. It takes about 20 pounds of habaneros to make a batch of Fire Hazard, a hot sauce ranking eight out of eight on his spicy scale because it uses twice as many habaneros as his next-hottest sauce (Dangerous Goods, a seven) and which he uses the word really three times to convey how hot it is.
?It?s my drug of choice. This one is ?aahhh,?? he says, widening his arms as if he were imitating a bear.
In the four-hour process of grinding, chopping, and roasting the habaneros for Fire Hazard, his eyes burn, his skin flares and his nostril hairs seer.
?It smells good but it burns,? said Sandberg. ?It hurts.?
Making hot sauce is hard work, which is why the Enderby entrepreneur/chef, whose bottles have been bringing him international awards since he started Denzel?s Gourmet Foods seven years ago, entertained the idea of getting into the barbecue sauce business. Less than a year later, three of his four barbecue sauces have won some of the world?s top sauce prizes.
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Welcome to the last part in my coverage of the 6th Annual Fiery Foods Festival at the North Market. Para continuar este mensaje en espa?ol, presione ono y entre en contacto con su m?s cercano Babel fish. To continue this message in English, please read on.
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For those of you making the trip to New Mexico for the Fiery Food Show, here’s something fun you can do while you attend the show:
Hope to see everyone at Fiery-Food Show. Stop by Hot Shots booth to get your picture on a bottle of hot sauce. We will be featuring on the spot photo of anyone and instantly printed on a bottled of Habanero hot sauce. Great to capture one’s HOT EXPRESSIONS on your own personalized hot sauce.
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After meeting Chuck, we had a few minutes left before I had to compete in The Hot Zone Online?s 1st Annual Chile-Head Jeopardy. So off to CaJohn?s store we went to see what was new. Turns out CaJohn has a new store (moved from his previous location to a new, more prominent setting in the market) and the way it?s set up is much more easily accessible than the previous year. Sauces lined each rack, samples were out, and it was very open and roomy!
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