Spring is right around the corner, this is a great "sit outside and enjoy a nice cold beverage" recipe to celebrate the end of winter.
This is a sure winner at any Asian feast. By baking them, they come out and stay crispy. I have found that deep fried spring rolls have to be eaten immediately to preserve their crispiness. This is also healthier. A must try!
A grilled/smoked turkey is juicer and has a far better flavor than an oven-roasted turkey. The turkey will be more tender and juicy than you thought possible. The recommended size for BBQ is 12-14 pounds. The turkey must fit under the lid with about 1-inch space between top of turkey and lid.
A custard-like dessert.
This recipe initialy came from my Ukranian Father in Law taught to him as a child. He called it "Parahai" and I have no idea how to spell it - forgive me if it's wrong, but the recipe has been enjoyed by my family and my grandkids as a favourite. Time consuming to make but well worth the delight in eating. Leftovers are panfried the next day - if there is any leftover! Serve hot with a little butter. Garnish with a little reserved bacon and onion if you wish.
A play on several Thai flavors combined in a new unique way. It features a strip of steak lying across a pile of peanut butter fried rice topped with a coconut lime cream sauce and surrounded by pineapple tempura.
You want to impress someone with an out-of-this-world culinary delight; this is the dish to use. It is not that difficult to prepare and looks awesome at presentation. It is juicy, sweet and very filling! It is listed as serves six, but it can be downsized for two, you will just have some extra dressing or you can make the full load, because they reheat in the microwave very well!
This is for all the meat eaters out there. What could be more seductive than a beautiful, tender piece of Filet Steak! This recipe involves an extra very impressive and manly finishing touch – you will need a blow torch!
Strawberries soaked in Grand Marnier(R) are folded into a not-too-rich vanilla ice cream base to make a delicious dessert.
Break out the blowtorch to finish off this steak. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
Break out the blowtorch to finish off this delicious steak with a mustard crust. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
Bust out your welding equipment to finish cooking this steak. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
You'll be the envy of the your cooking pals when you break out a blowtorch to put the final touches on this steak. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
Just getting the flames of the grill isn't enough for this steak. You need to finish the job with a quick scorch under a kitchen blowtorch. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
Fire-lovers, it doesn't get better than this. Cook this steak on the grill, then finish it off with the blue flame of the kitchen blowtorch. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
An amazing dinner for a special night (maybe for a special someone). Not gonna lie to ya, it's gonna take some work and some skill.
Beef and prawns star in this Asian rice recipe. This recipe has lots of steps but the incredible Asian flavor at the end will be worth it.
These homemade beef knishes will remind you of grabbing lunch from a New York City hot dog cart. Serve with mustard or ketchup.
A classic chicken liver pate to make as a classy gourmet appetizers.
This hearty beef stew gets served at the table with major flair--a flame from a dash of brandy being lit on fire. Impress a special friend or your pals with your mastery of fire.