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National Curried Chicken Day – January 12

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National Curried Chicken Day Quote of the Day: Curries are my favorite Thai cuisine and if Cheerios came in Panang curry flavor I would be a valuable consumer. Thomas Jones, Chef Today is National Curried Chicken Day in the United States. For curry lovers, this calls for a celebration. The Indian cuisine’s diverse 8,000-year history of native flavorings added to the modern day influences of groups and cultures’ interacting with the subcontinent makes for a rich curry experience. National Curried Chicken Day has never been tastier. What is Curry? Curry refers to dishes originating in the cuisine of the Indian subcontinent. The common feature is the use of complex combinations of spices or herbs, usually including fresh or dried hot chilies. The use of the term, curry, is limited to dishes prepared in a sauce. Curry dishes prepared in...

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National Noodle Ring Day 2017

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National Noodle Ring Day 2017 Quote of the Day: In order to create a little bit of confidence, start cooking with pasta. Pasta is phenomenal. Once you’ve cooked pasta properly for the first time it becomes second nature. Gordon Ramsay Today is National Noodle Ring Day 2017. Chef Thomas Jones will give a brief history of the Noodle Ring; provide a Creamy Shrimp & Crab Noodle Ring recipe, and suggest gift ideas for the holiday season. What is a Noodle Ring? A Noodle Ring is a type of casserole usually made with egg noodles. The noodles are boiled until just tender then added to a Bundt or cake pan then baked, sometimes in a water bath. Various liquids such as wine, beer, and stock etc. may be added along with meats, seafood, vegetables, cheese or anything else. A basic noodle...

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Homemade Worcestershire Sauce

Posted by on Mar 19, 2013 in England, Food, Food & Travel Blog, Food History, India, Recipes, Roadtrips R Us, Sauces, Travel & Food Blog | 2 comments

Thoughts for Today:  “It is the sauce that distinguishes a good chef. The Saucier is a soloist in the orchestra of a great kitchen.”  Fernand Point Worcestershire Sauce, I use it all the time and assume most of you do as well. Although it is not as big a seller in the U.S. as say ketchup or salsa, Americans still pull it out for steaks, sauces, dressings, stews, and so forth especially in the restaurant business. You would be surprised to find out how much of this sauce is used at your favorite dining spot. The kicker is, for the most part, the rest of the world does the same thing. Worcestershire Sauce has been around since the 1830’s and originated in England. It was marketed throughout Britain and other countries throughout the world during the time of Britain’s economic dominance....

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