Crispy Chicken Katsu with Tonkatsu Sauce and Sesame Cabbage Recipe

Fried chicken is one of the simple pleasures of life made immortal by almost every culture with access to chicken. They all do it a little different, but they're almost always delicious. The biggest differences usually involve the style of breading, seasonings, and occasionally the frying method. Simple is usually best, but when going for maximum crispiness... Continue Reading →

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Dry Brined and Smoked Whole Turkey Recipe

Traditional oven roasted whole turkey is the fail safe for most American homes when it comes to Thanksgiving (or any celebratory event that warrants roasting an entire turkey to feed a lot of people). There's a reason for that and it's because for the most part, oven roasting a turkey is a safe as well as... Continue Reading →

Knockwurst Sausage Over Braised Cabbage Recipe

While perusing the farmer's market in Pawtucket, RI, I decided to stop at the PV Farmstand to see what Frank Martinelli, the self-proclaimed "King of Boar," had to offer. I ended up purchasing some knockwurst sausage and immediately knew I wanted to try using them to make something other than a simple sausage sandwich. If you're... Continue Reading →

Braised Short Rib Beef Stew Recipe

Beef stew is one of those dishes that just begs to be eaten when it's cold out or when you're around a campfire. It's rich, comforting, and filling all at the same time. Most of the time people use pre-cut stew beef to make beef stew, because, well, it's cheap and it's called "stew beef"... Continue Reading →

Lightly Fried and Baked Scotch Eggs Recipe

If you've ever thought about making breakfast in a more compact, portable, and delicious way, then the Scotch egg is the miracle product for you. It basically takes eggs, sausage, and toast and turns them into a singular, egg-shaped food delivery system. The crispy outside contrasts with the sausage, which in turn contrasts with the softer... Continue Reading →

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