Under Pressure: Fried Pig Tail, Deviled Quail Egg, Beans and Sauce Ravigote

  Making something delicious out of “scraps” is one of the pleasures of cooking. It’s simple to make a piece of steak or a chop appetizing, but transforming an admittedly ugly-looking piece of pig – a tail in this case- into a dish worthy of a classy fine dining restaurant needs technique and some creativity. So, when a friendContinue reading “Under Pressure: Fried Pig Tail, Deviled Quail Egg, Beans and Sauce Ravigote”

VDP: Vegetarian Grilling

Sunday, June 15, 2008 I love a good steak or pork chop (or chicken or ribs for that matter) cooked over natural wood charcoal as much as the next guy. Let’s face it, the reason we light up our grills is to cook meat. It is the ultimate pleasure that hot charcoal can provide. However,Continue reading “VDP: Vegetarian Grilling”