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Pork shoulder. Brown a whole shoulder in a large pot with some pure olive oil. Then add your veggies and other ingredients. Braise or roast the pork to use in some posole.
I understand your position and vulnerability Clove. That's why things never change and people continue to be exploited. You do have protections-especially if you are member of a union. One question-- If you are being forced to work without pay, why are you concerned about losing nonexistent overtime hours?
You should read Shirley Corriher's BakeWise. She's a food scientist and explains carefully how recipes work and why they don't. It's very informative and has a lot of good recipes from classical ones to the more modern. Not everyone likes her recipes. She is a born and bred southerner and likes her baked goods sweet-sweet-sweet!. But they are good and familiarizing yourself the science behind them will allow you to adjust them to your own taste without much risk of...
First, this is widespread in this industry. It goes on everywhere and it seems that the more prestigious a place might be, the more it happens. It appears to be most concentrated in kitchens. You don't find it elsewhere within other departments in the same hotel, casino, resort, or club. Doubt me? Go ask the concierge if front desk people, or housekeepers are asked to work off the clock. Second, it's illegal, although the previous administration and congress went to...
Sometimes pouring boiling water directly onto the stain will get it out-then scrub with a brush and a little soap and then rinse with more boiling water. It helps to stretch the fabric over a large bowl when doing this.
Sun dried tomatoes Salmon gotta agree on bl/skl chix br (pronounced bil-skil-chix-bur) and beef tenderloin-usually flavorless and bland Give me a good old ribeye, hangar steak or pork chop any day
There are three online sources that I like a lot Larry's Beans, Counter Culture and Equal Exchange. All three suppliers are coffee importers and roasters themselves, so the beans you get are very freshly roasted. The other thing I like about them is that all three are committed to the development of grower/producer farms and cooperatives that assure the farmers a fair and livable price for their green coffee. They are also committed to buying their beans from farmers...
Thanks for the info and instructions Chris. I know this drink is popular in China. Do you ever see it with large tapioca in its natural color-kind of clear and translucent? With all our other stuff that we prep for the markets, making my own pearls would really take up too much time, though again, thanks for the illuminating info. I guess what I'm asking is if anyone thinks that our clients would be disappointed if the pearls are not black, but a clear,...
So I've had a little time to come up with some fun stuff for our farm market business. My latest endeavor is to develop a bunch of bubble tea drinks using local fruit as a base. A couple of problems arise. In my searching of sites that offer bubble tea supplies, all the offerings have artificial flavors, colors and other icky ingredients. Not so bad though, since I can forgo all that and use the fruit I froze from last summer. However, I can't figure out what makes the...
Love it.:smoking::cool: Go Coolio.
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