I live on a very small island and love to follow food trends. There have been bacon, eggs, pomegranates, lunch trucks, the cronut and on and on. What have you noticed or forecasted in your culinary travels? Thanks for any imput or info.
When you're cooking turkey, but also doing Friendsgiving - it's worth learning a butchering technique that will save you hours of work in the kitchen. Jocelyn Guest (whole animal butcher) teaches us how to perfectly spatchcock (or butterfly) the bird.
Special thanks to The International Culinary Center
The secret to a gorgeous evenly cooked turkey is trussing. If you want that bird to be the centerpiece at your Friendsgiving table, follow Erika Nakamura (whole animal butcher) as she teaches us this technique. Special thanks to The International Culinary Center
Chef Jansen Chan (The International Culinary Center) teaches us two great baking decorating techniques in one (royal icing and sprinkles). Nothing says you care more than decorating your Friendsgiving cookies or cake with your own homemade sprinkles.