Chef uses liquid nitrogen, wood-burning oven at new Heathrow restaurantWikimedia/Brian MinkoffChef Heston Blumenthal convinced London& 39;s Heathrow Airport to let him use liquid nitrogen and a wood-burning oven in its new terminal.Molecular gastronomy and airport security don’t generally mix, but celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal has managed to get approval to bring liquid nitrogen and even a wood-burning oven to London’s Heathrow Airport when its new terminal opens Wednesday.
When it& 39;s pouring outside and the wind is howling through the eaves, it& 39;s tempting to call in sick, curl up on the couch in front of the TV, wrapped up in a warm blanket with a big, steaming bowl of chili or mac and cheese in hand, and just indulge a little.Click here to see the Comfort Food Alternatives SlideshowBut let& 39;s face it — once the weather starts to turn warmer again and it& 39;s time to get ready for swimsuit season, we certainly don& 39;t want to look like we& 39;ve been indulging in comfort food all fall and winter.
Deft Dining Rule 815It& 39;s not a myth: bananas whose skins are thoroughly speckled with black spots are the most delicious bananas.The Old Kitchen Sage SezOverripe bananas are best for banana bread or banana pudding. If you don& 39;t have time to make those right now, puree the bananas in a food processor with a little lemon juice, put it into a food storage bag, squeeze all the air out, and freeze it.
If you’re 100 years old, have all the money you could ever dream of, and happen to be a big fan of Thomas Jefferson, why not build a replica of his famed plantation house, Monticello? That’s exactly what S. Prestley Blake, who founded Friendly’s with his brother Curtis way back in 1935, decided to do, and the sprawling house was put up for auction this week, quickly selling for the surprisingly bargain price of $2.
A French artist says his special diet will allow him to incubate baby chicksWikimedia/Juegos OlympicosA French artist says his special ginger-based diet will allow him to hatch a dozen eggs with his own body heat.The French do great things with eggs. Omelettes, souffles, and macarons are just a few of the wonderful things people do with eggs in France.
Give the gift of value wines this holiday seasonShutterstock/ shyHoliday wines that won& 39;t break the bank.Now that you have Cyber Monday-induced carpal tunnel syndrome, it’s time to put the mouse down and use the gray mush between your ears for a bit. I know, it’s not as fun as spending money, but a well-considered gift might save you a little money and make someone else happy, to boot.
Ignore what the experts said 100 years agoShutterstockGrass-fed butter contains healthy fats and various nutrients to support good health.Have you ever tried convincing someone that butter is part of a healthy diet? He or she was probably skeptical, most likely because of news coverage that advances the idea that saturated fat, which is found in butter, is bad for your health.
Broaden your horizons when it comes to decorating with pumpkinsA pumpkin is the perfect decoration for fall, so why not find a use for them other than just carving them and setting them on the stoop?A small pumpkin can be hollowed out, cleaned, and used as a bowl for serving individual soups or desserts at a dinner party.
Photo: Becky Luigart-StaynerFor a perfect end to Christmas dinner, dessert is a must. For vegans, finding dairy- and egg-free sweet treats can occasionally be a challenge, so this round-up of nearly a dozen vegan holiday desserts is the perfect solution. With everything from poached and preserved fruit to seasonal crisps, everyone is sure to find at least one plant-based recipe that will complete their dinner plate.
If you think that no meat is safe to eat raw, you couldn& 39;t be more wrongThis all looks like it should probably be cooked.For our whole lives, we’ve been told that meat needs to be thoroughly cooked before it’s eaten, or else you’re putting yourself at risk of serious foodborne illness. But then we go to a fancy steakhouse and see someone order steak tartare, which is just chopped up raw beef!
RecipesDish typeBreadBread machineIf you love Bagels, you have to try this easy Bagel recipe, which enlists the help of your bread machine! You can use poppy seeds for the topping, or try sesame seeds. These freeze well after they& 39;ve cooled completely.780 people made thisIngredientsServes: 9 225ml warm water (45 degrees C)1 1/2 teaspoons salt2 tablespoons caster sugar375g bread flour2 1/4 teaspoons dried active baking yeast3 litres boiling water3 tablespoons caster sugar1 tablespoon polenta (cornmeal)1 egg white3 tablespoons poppy seedsMethodPrep:30min ›Cook:3hr25min ›Ready in:3hr55minPlace water, salt, sugar, flour and yeast in the bread machine pan in the order recommended by the manufacturer.
Se fierb patru oua,apoi se decojesc si se dau prin faina.Cirnatii se desfac si compozitia se amesteca cu busuiocul si patrunjelul tocate marunt.Se imparte in 4 parti egale si imbracam fiecare ou.Se da iar prin faina,apoi prin ou batut cu putina apa,apoi prin pesmet.Dupa un sfert de ora se prajesc in ulei mult.