Best Food Reading for 08/17/2017

Butter-Poached Shrimp with Grits | The Splendid Table “Shrimp/prawns, so often overcooked in boiling water, are beautifully poached in butter—they remain tender, do not become rubbery, and develop an almost unfamiliar sweetness. What better pairing for buttery shrimp than butter-loving grits? One of the great regional American dishes, it is…

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Best Food Reading for 08/16/2017

Applebee’s Gives Up On Millennials After Failed Rebranding Efforts : The Salt : NPR “Applebee’s wanted to lure millennials with dishes like barbecue shrimp in a sriracha-lime sauce; chicken wonton tacos; and a pork, ham and bacon sandwich. But that triple pork bonanza — and the rest of the company’s…

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Best Food Reading for 08/14/2017

Why Aaron Franklin Will Never Open Another Franklin Barbecue – Eater “Franklin Barbecue has no shortage of customers. More than seven years after it first opened, the Austin barbecue spot still draws hours-long lines and consistently sells out of the 106 briskets available daily. But, despite the high demand, proprietor…

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Best Food Reading for 08/03/2017

Pad Thai | America’s Test Kitchen “The best pad Thai recipe should feature clean, fresh, not-too-sweet flavors; perfectly cooked noodles; and plenty of plump, juicy shrimp with tender bits of scrambled egg. To get the noodles right, we soaked rice sticks in hot tap water for 20 minutes before stir-frying…

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Best Food Reading for 08/01/2017

Better than Butter on Bread; Better than Cheese on Bread “In the five days that Food52’s design team has been traveling through Europe, we’ve by no means held back on our consumption of cheese. A slab of barnyard-y Brie for breakfast, Comté by the curlicue to prepare one’s belly for…

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Best Food Reading for 07/26/2017

Meal Kits: Are They a Waste of Money? | Money “I don’t think meal kits are consumer driven. I think they’re venture capitalist driven. There’s not a demand for meal kits; meal kits are creating their own demand.” tags: f Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are…

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Best Food Reading for 07/25/2017

How My Sourdough Starter Took Over My Life “The worst part was that that sourdough starter was not even my first victim. The spring before (must be Mother Nature kicking in) I had also attempted to nurture a starter—this one began with mashed red grapes and rye flour—and it, too,…

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Best Food Reading for 07/15/2017

Orange-Cumin Marinated Chicken Thighs – FineCooking “This Spanish-inspired marinade has a sweet, spicy, smoky flavor that works well with not only chicken but a wide range of meats and vegetables. The chicken thighs are delicious served with pearl couscous studded with dried apricots and pistachios.” tags: f chicken Chicken and…

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Best Food Reading for 07/12/2017

Julia Child Reveals The Secret To Making The Best Potato Salad | HuffPost “She shared the loose recipe for her favorite potato salad on The Splendid Table when the podcast first started decades ago, back in 1995. And while the podcast is old, the recipe is still totally relevant. We’ve…

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Best Food Reading for 07/06/2017

East Vs. West Carolina Pulled Pork | SAVEUR “Once I became a convert, I realized that it’s not enough to simply love North Carolina barbecue (or basketball, for that matter); you have to play favorites and defend yours at all costs. And these favorites will land you on one side…

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