This week on Scrambled on the Road, Gordon visits Norway where he cooks with a local delicacy…Reindeer! Yes, that reindeer. The native S√°mi people have been using Reindeer meat in various ways for centuries but for the first time, Gordon is turning it into a hearty breakfast fit for any viking!
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Full Recipe: https://gordonramsay.com/gr/recipes/reindeeromelette
Fun With Fire Pit Cookery
The lumber that you store at home can be used to do more than just heat your home by creating a great fire indoors in your fireplace. The contents of your firewood rack can also be used as an essential ingredient for a fun and rewarding outdoor pastime: fire pit cooking.Useful Tips For a Spiral Slicer
Technology is making its presence in all places including kitchen. Newer types of, refrigerators, toasters, grills, kitchenette, ovens are available for food makers. Spiral slicer is one such contribution from the superior technology. It makes salads preparation simple and nearly effortless. The tips below will help guiding you to use a spiral slicer in the most effective manner.Basic Vegetable Steaming Tips
Vegetables have been around for a very long time. Thus, man has been able to come up with very many ways of cooking the meal to get the best out of it– Vegetables can be cooked by steaming, barbequing, and boiling. The different methods have their own advantages and disadvantages, and in this particular article we are going to focus on the steaming method of cooking.Cooking Tips – Low Fat Cooking
Most of us are aware that we should eat healthy to stay fit. But most of us fail to follow this sensible advice mainly because we lack information on low fat cooking.3 Easy Steps to Making a Delicious Gourmet Pizza
A hot trend in food this year is gourmet pizza and it shows through the media coverage. Cooking shows, talk shows, magazines, morning shows have all been featuring a variety of gourmet pizza. It is a great food item for it comes in such a wide array of toppings, flavors, sauces meeting different personal tastes all at once. But how do you translate the same entree at home?The Best Way to Peel and Core an Apple
For peeling an apple, it is most common to use a standard kitchen knife. This is not ideal as with a knife, it is difficult to peel an apple without chopping lumps of it from the apple, wasting the tasty fruit. You are perhaps better using a specially designed apple peeler for the job.How to Add Flavor and Zest to Your Vegetarian Dishes
One of the main challenges to those making the transition to vegetarianism is how to render food flavorful without the aid of animal fat and meat? It is true that non-vegetarian cooking relies on meat and fat from different animals for flavor and taste. There is no way to replicate gamey taste and meaty flavors in vegetarian cooking.Top Rated Kitchen Knives Include Wusthof, Henckels, and Forschner Knives
Every day, thousands of people search the Internet looking for guidance on purchasing the best kitchen knives and cooking knives. There are a variety of criteria you can use to determine what would be the best kitchen or chef’s knives for your budget and purposes; but, one of the best places to start is with expert and consumer reviews.How to Prepare a Slow Cooked Stew
Preparing scrumptious home cooked meals does not necessarily mean hours upon end spent slaving over a hot stove. There is a good reason many families are pulling the slow cooker out of the closet. Good meals can be cooked in it with little effort and money, it does not take significant skill to end up with something mouthwatering, and preparation time and clean-up are as easy as ever. Not only that but most likely you have everything you need to get it going today.Cooking in 3 European Countries – Scottish, Polish and Italian Cuisine
Cuisines in different parts of the world are of course not the same. But even on the same continent they can vary. Such difference we can see in three European countries – which are so close but have so not matching cuisine.Pantry Check – Do You Know What’s in There?
If your pantry cabinet is like mine, it probably has a lot of stuff in it, in cans, boxes and other containers. It’s very easy to forget exactly what’s in there…and how long it has been there, unless you check it on a regular basis. This can set you up for some problems, ranging from annoying to deadly.Ceramic Kitchen Knives – What Are They and Why Should You Use One
My personal desire for ceramic knife grew from a visit to a friend’s house shortly after she got her first ceramic kitchen knife. After I saw her easily cutting paper thin slices of tomatoes and onions with this strange looking white blade knife, I decided to do some research.