So, I was recently asked by a follower, what moves me about cooking. Naturally, I couldn’t nail it down to one thing, or feeling, so…here you are: The blood boil and rush of adrenaline when anyone suggests that there is any barbecue superior to that of North Carolina (shots fired, if you feel strongly, come … What moves me about cooking…
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The humble turnip is thought of by some as simply an anchor for turnip greens. Their naturally bitter taste in raw form is off-putting to some diners, but this ‘should’ be blunted by a traditional preparation of cutting into small cubes and tossing them into a pot of braised turnip greens. This is a great … Oh, sweet turnips…fondant?
I hope that all of you have made it safely through this weird year and make it until this virus gets resolved! -Uncle Bert
There’s nothing like Thanksgiving turkey. There’s also nothing worse than eating Thanksgiving turkey… for 2+ weeks after Thanksgiving.so my attempt to solve this problem is to break down the turkey parts into manageable eye-catching pieces because as we well know people eat with their rice and if it’s small and quick people eat really fast. … Uncle Bert’s Smoked Turkey Legs – Real Quick!
For YouTube video: https://youtu.be/pa4Si4rrIS0 INGREDIENTS: 4-6 Fresh turkey wings with first joint (drumsticks) removed 2 teaspoons each of dried sage, oregano, thyme, black pepper 1/4 cup olive oil 3 tbsp rice flour 6 cups chicken broth DIRECTIONS: Cut the third joint off the wings and set aside – you’re going to need them shortly… Take … Uncle Bert’s Smothered Turkey Wings
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