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Now that 2013 is well on its way, we took a moment to reflect back on the resolutions we made earlier this month. If you had a chance to listen to podcast episode 209, you may recall Liz’s resolution to take better care of her skin (the biggest organ in the human body!) and Janice promised to get more organized (something she just may be able to pull off now that her kitchen remodel is history). As resolutions go, we felt there was room for a few more, so on this week’s Cooking with the Moms podcast, we invited Danielle Nierenberg from Food Tank on the show to discuss 13 resolutions to change the food system — for the better — in 2013.
With Food Tank co-founder, Ellen Gustafson, this dynamic duo of food sustainability, cooked up 13 resolutions to address the nearly one billion world citizens faced with hunger and the more than one billion who suffer from the fallout from overweight and obesity. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the resolutions we chatted about during the show: (On a personal note, Liz plans to focus more on the issue of food waste in her own home kitchen and Janice is determined to get back to the daily habit of composting.)
1. Growing the Cities: Food production doesn’t only happen in fields or factories, it can also take place in cities.
2. Creating Better Access to affordable, nutritious food.
3. Cooking More at home and teaching youth how to cook healthy, nutritious food. Can we please bring back home economics!
4. Focus on Vegetables to help farmers in Africa and Asia grow high-value, nutrient rich vegetables.
5. Preventing Waste: About one third of all food worldwide is wasted in fields, during transport, in storage, and in the home.
6. Engaging Youth: Making farming both intellectually and economically stimulating to help make the food system an attractive career option for youth.
7. Acknowledging the Importance of Farmers and recognizing their importance to preserve biodiversity and culture.
Be sure to tune in for so much more and for actions you can take to improve our global food system.
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Growing up in Windsor, a small Canadian city in southwestern Ontario just across the borderfrom Detroit, you could not help but be immersed inAmerican culture, no matter what your passport said. Mega American malls, with their low prices,huge selection and a Target at every corner, were just 30 minutes away. Grocery stores beckoned with seeminglyendless aisles, full of exotic food stuffs we couldn't get at home (marshmallow Fluff! Vernor's gingerale!Swiss Miss cocoa mix!).
The American foodculture wasn?t just confined to those US shores. Windsor was the perfect test market for fastfood, American style, of every kind. Thecity could boast of Canada?s first Arby?s and Taco Bell, and Domino?s Pizza wasas familiar ? if not as good ? as our own hometown choices.
But perhaps myfavourite guilty pleasure was something that never did find its way across theriver into Windsor. White Castleburgers, with their thin distinctive square shape, holes for faster frying, andbite sized proportions, could be eaten by the bagful, and they were. The strangely quaint stores, with their fauxturrets, somehow didn?t seem out of place in the urban sprawl of the Motor City.
It's been many years since I've had a White Castle, and, I confess, quite some time since I've craved one. But I still love a flavourful bite-sized treat, and these chicken and apple sliders are a decidely grown-up take on a snack that you can eat by the handful. So, in honour of that most decidely American annual tradition, the Super Bowl, make a dozen or three of these, adapted from another American classic, The Joy of Cooking. They may not conjure up nostalgia, but they'll be a winning addition to your Super Bowl feast.
Chicken and Apple Sliders
makes approx. three dozen small patties
(adapted from The Joy of Cooking)
¾ c apple cider¼ c Calvados
2¼ lb bone-in chicken thighs with skin
2 oz dried apple rings1 scant tbsp kosher salt1 tsp coarsely ground black pepper
1 tsp rubbed sage? tsp cinnamon? tsp ground ginger To finish and garnish:3 dozen mini hamburger or ciabatta buns, toasted Lettuce of your choice (I used micro arugula greens)Carmelised onions(make your own or use a good quality store bought brand) 1. Preheat oven to 350?F. 2. In a small saucepan, bring apple cider and Calvadosto a boil and then simmer, reducing liquid to 3 tbsps. Let cool. 3. Bone the chicken thighs, reserving the skin. Cutthe meat and skin into strips. Coarsely chop the dried apple rings. Grind the meat, chickenskin and dried apple pieces together in a meat grinder. (If using a food processor, cutthe meat, skin and apples into small cubes).
Using a meat grinder ensures a uniform texture and a good blending of the dried apple and chicken 4. In a large bowl, combine the ground meat mixturewith the reserved apple syrup and the remaining spice ingredients. Blend the mixturethoroughly with your hands until all of the ingredients are well combined. Form the meatinto small patties, big enough to fit on a mini hamburger or mini ciabatta bun. * 5. Place on an ungreased baking sheet and bake for 10to 15 minutes, or until cooked through. 6. To serve, place a piece of lettuce on each bun, topwith a slider and finish with a generous dollop of carmelised onions.
*NB. The uncooked patties can be frozen at thisstage for up to two months. To serve, bake from frozen on an ungreased baking sheet at350?F for 20-25 minutes, or until cooked through.
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This is my 19th year of teaching music in Exeter-West Greenwich, and for the most part, it has been a job I love. Every day is different and never boring. Most of the students are enjoyable to work with . . . it is Exeter-West Greenwich after all. My food blogging, however, is only in its infancy. I started Adventures in Rhode Island Dining two and a half years ago. It has taken me places and introduced me to many new people. For the past two years, through the sponsorship of Gracie?s Restaurant, I have been able to merge my two worlds. My music teacher side gets to spend time with my food writer side. I?ve set up a writing contest for my students, and the winners get to dine with me at Gracie?s.
This year, 50 + Metcalf students participated in the writing contest. The talent improved this year, and it was harder to narrow down the pool of contestants. Their writing pieces ranged from a love story about macaroni and cheese to a hateful diatribe about the Cracker Barrel. The three winners wrote about very different subjects. Ethan Jedson wrote about a memorable meal at the Chanticleer in Nantucket, which included the best hamburger he ever ate. Avery Daigle wrote about an ill-fated experience at an Asian hibachi grill which was highlighted by the chef accidentally throwing an egg at her grandmother. Kinjal Gupta wrote about an Indian meal she ate in the United States and compared it to the food from her native country of India.
My boyfriend and I were looking for a tasting menu for last weekend. We mentioned Corton and then moved past it, figuring that there’s a whole world of NYC restaurants we haven’t been to. For days, we mulled over Gramercy Tavern, Corton, Scarpetta, Corton, Ai Fiori, Corton, Aldea . . . and then we actually [...]
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I was out in Long Grove at some point this past summer and headed over to Vernon Hills to try a cheese steak place that I had remembered someone saying I should try. Philly Express labels itself as having the best cheesesteak sandwich in Lake County.
When I went in there were quite a few high school aged kids in there ordering steaks and other baked subs and such. The guy behind the counter started chatting me up and asked if I had ever been to Philly's Best in the city. I told him "yeah" and he asked what I thought? I said it was ok, he then told me they're much, much better and he is the brother in law of the guy that owns those. He said his sandwiches were much bigger and better quality at that. I tried a regular with but they do have a wide variety of specialty steaks on the menu. The result? It tasted virtually the same and thus just ok, a place I'm sure I'd eat again at if I lived near.
Cheesesteak from Philly Express
Philly Express701 N Milwaukee Ave #104Vernon Hills, IL(847) 816-4000
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Last Sunday I completed my journey into the world of ancient Greek cuisine by present the flavours and some of the ingredients that were enjoyed at that time. Some ingredients like olives, olive oil, grapes, wine, honey, grains are still present, other[...]
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I really like rainbow trout, it’s such a gentle fresh fish that just melts in your mouth! In this recipe, the rainbow trout is sprinkled with Cajun seasoning and pan-fried with a little bit of oil. The resulting fish has just the right amount of spice and is tender and flaky – it will be eaten in seconds! When the fish is labeled “trout” as a supermarket, it can be one of the two different kinds of trout – rainbow trout or salmon trout. These two kinds of fish have different taste – the salmon trout is orange like salmon and tastes pretty similar to salmon, but rainbow trout is white and tastes more similar to white fish. For some reason, rainbow trout is often sold in a “whole fish” form, and I certainly don’t feel like dealing with cleaning the fish and taking out the bones. So whenever I see rainbow trout sold in a fillet form, I get really excited and buy it, and we have a rainbow trout fish dinner! Rainbow trout is a bony fish, so even the fillets often have bones, so you need to be careful. When I buy rainbow trout fillets in Whole [...]
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