Advertisements 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 […]
Advertisements 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… […]
This dish is a fusion between two of the most popular tomato-based Italian dishes of all time. The bonding factor between the two is heat.
Advertisements This recipe was inspired by my cousin Marcus who, like me, HATES boring food! We both like anything we’re cooking or consuming to have some fire in it – nothing that will burn down the kitchen, but, you get the meaning. Some HEAT! Right after Thanksgiving, we had a conversation about holiday food […]