I was just curious if anyone had ever tried a.k.a. Fuji in Millbrae. I'm particularly interested in how their teriyaki and tempura are. The menu is fairly cheap (as Japanese goes), but I don't see any previous Chowhound mentions.
Bruce Weinstein, coauthor of Goat: Meat, Milk, Cheese, wants you to start using goat milk in new ways. For example, try making the caramelly substance known as cajeta with it. (Here's Bruce's cajeta recipe from Goat: Meat, Milk, Cheese.)
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Richard Blais talks to Chowhound about being a TV chef, restaurateur, parent, and cookbook author.
Short History of Frozen Desserts in America
Walk through a timeline of iconic frozen dessert moments in America's history.
Have you ever thrown a cocktail? Not at someone. FOR someone. Throwing a cocktail is another way to mix a cocktail for your guests by “throwing” the ingredients back and forth from mixing glass to tin. Charlotte Voisey demonstrates this technique while making her Unusual Negroni cocktail.
Easy Peach Crisp
For a no-fuss summer dessert, look no further than this easy peach crisp. Ripe slices of the fruit are tossed with brown sugar, lemon juice, vanilla, and cornstarch to help thicken the sweet peach juices, then topped with a streusel of flour, butter, oats, brown sugar, and cinnamon that gets nutty and crisp in the oven. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream or fresh whipped cream for a perfect bite.
French Chocolate Macarons with Chocolate Ganache
No lie: macarons can be fairly finicky to make, in that they might spread into uneven shapes or form dark spots on their tops -- but even if they're not as beautiful as bakery specimens, they will still be delicious. The smooth chocolate ganache filling sandwiches the light, chewy-inside, delicately-crisp-outside chocolate macarons together, for a classic French dessert you shouldn't be afraid to try making.