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21 January, 2018

Rutabaga

Rutabaga
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Save 15% on Harry & David orders of $60 or more (3/10/17-1/30/18)Rutabaga Rutabaga has Never Tasted so Good. The translation for these “Yellow Turnips” was made possible by Kayla and Karen at Old Salem Museums and Gardens, who are presently translating two 18th Century German cookbooks. Free Shipping, no Mimimum. Use Code GMTFS at checkout.

21 January, 2018

The Surprisingly Heartwarming Story Behind Sriracha Sauce

The Surprisingly Heartwarming Story Behind Sriracha Sauce
Posted in : Asia, History, Video on by : EyeOnFood
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The Surprisingly Heartwarming Story Behind Sriracha Sauce The genesis of Sriracha hot sauce (pronounced sir-ah-cha, contrary to what many think) becoming the condiment staple it is today can be traced back to 1975 and an unassuming Vietnamese refuge called David Tran- the founder and current CEO of Huy Fong Foods.

17 January, 2018

Venison Chili

Venison Chili
Posted in : Healthy, History, Video on by : EyeOnFood
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Venison Chili Ingredients: ¼ cup plus 2 tablespoons vegetable or canola oil, divided 2¼ lbs ground venison Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 3 large poblanos, stemmed and diced 1 large onion, chopped 6 cloves garlic, thinly sliced 2 tablespoons ancho chile powder, or to taste 1½ tablespoons ground cumin 1 teaspoon dried oregano
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22 December, 2017

How Maryland Made Up Its Own Pizza Style

How Maryland Made Up Its Own Pizza Style
Posted in : History, Pizza, Video on by : EyeOnFood
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How Maryland Made Up Its Own Pizza Style Maryland’s pizza scene might not be as well known as some other regions, but the state has made significant contributions to developing America’s pizza identity. Zagat video producer Billy Lyons took a tour of three unique pizzerias to find out how Maryland’s pizza masters are thinking way
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13 November, 2017

Viking Salmon With Flatbread And Skagen Sauce

Viking Salmon With Flatbread And Skagen Sauce
Posted in : History, Seafood, Video on by : EyeOnFood
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Viking Salmon With Flatbread And Skagen Sauce “We tend to think of Vikings as ferocious warriors with carnivorous tastes, but the real Viking diet was surprisingly light and nutritious. They ate berries, vegetable soups and barley risottos, and something like this simple roasted salmon with flatbreads might have been just the kind of meal a
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23 August, 2017

The 180-Day Dry-Aged Steak That Was Made By Accident

The 180-Day Dry-Aged Steak That Was Made By Accident
Posted in : History, Steak, Video on by : EyeOnFood
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The 180-Day Dry-Aged Steak That Was Made By Accident  In this episode of The Meat Show, Nick Solares heads to Agern, a Nordic restaurant tucked inside Grand Central Station. They recently added a 180-day dry-aged steak to the menu, which ended up there somewhat by accident. Eater is the one-stop-shop for food and restaurant obsessives
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14 August, 2017

18th Century Brewery Walkthrough

18th Century Brewery Walkthrough
Posted in : History, Video, Weird on by : EyeOnFood
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18th Century Brewery Walkthrough  We have a very special episode today! Brian Nagel, from Genesee Country Village & Museum in Mumford, NY, takes us on a tour of The 1803 Walter Grieve’s Brewery located on the site. Brewing beer played such an important roll during this time in history, and the amazing presentation of the
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