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Mango Salsa

In this recipe video, I show you how to make a very simple, but very delicious fresh mango salsa. Mango is one of my favorite fruits on it's own, but I also like to prepare it this way for use as a "sauce" with fish, chicken, pork and even red meat. Continue Reading...

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Today, in this recipe video, I want to show you how to make a fresh Mango Sauce.  I’ve shown you how to make mango salsa on the site before…it is fresh, light and of course delicious.

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Roast Chicken with Lemon & Rosemary

One of my wife’s favorite Sunday dinners is roast chicken, and as I’m quite fond of them too, I’m probably roasting a bird a least one a month.  I think roasting them whole is the best way to highlight the natural flavor of chicken, but also enables you to add little twists through the addition of herbs, spices, vegetables and other ingredients.

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How to Zest a Lemon

Citrus zest is one of the most under used and under appreciated food items in the home cook’s repertoire.  The zest contains a tremendous amount of essential oils and is very aromatic. A surprisingly small amount can really add a good amount of flavor to a dish.

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Mango Salsa

Mango is one of my favorite fruits.  The color, flavor and texture are all great.  And mango is also a bit on the “exotic” side, so whenever I make it for guests, they think I’m really cool (hard to believe I know).  In this recipe, I show you how to make a fresh mango salsa that is absolutely great on its own (maybe with some chips), but I also love it as a sauce for fish, chicken and pork – o

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How to Dice a Mango

The mango (the fruit, not the SNL character) is one of my favorite fruits.  The flesh itself is a beautiful color, the texture is soft but not mushy, and the ripe ones are sweet and delicious.  However, like avocados, they can be a bit tough to cut.  In this cooking video, I want to show you some knif

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How to Dice a Pear

I love to incorporate fruit into both sweet and savory dishes.  Not only does it get more healthy food on our plate, but fruit can add textures and flavors that really enhance savory food.  But you need to be able to slice, dice, cut and chop the fruit in certain ways to get the most of it, and having the knife skills to do so quickly will really help you out.  In this technique video, I show you how to dice a pear.

How to Dice a Pear

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    Everybody loves a good fruit plate right?  Or at least a fruit plate with a bit of cheese, maybe a few nuts thrown in.  Well, for that fruit plate, you gotta cut the fruit, and you don't want to be slicing all day.  In this video, I how you a technique for quickly and consistently slicing a pear.  While the process is actually very simple I love to post videos and articles that show knife skill

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