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Jicama Salad

In this recipe video, I show you how to make a Jicama Salad...or perhaps more accurately, a Jicama and Apple Salad. Jimaca is a vegetable that many aren't familiar with, and if you're one, I'd urge you to give it a try.Continue Reading...

How to Dice Apples

In this cooking video, I show you how to dice an apple. It's a pretty simple technique, but it's also important. Whenever you're prepping and cooking vegetables/fruit, you want to make sure you can move through them quickly, safely and consistently.Continue Reading...

Broccoli Gratin

In this recipe video, I show you how to make a Broccoli Gratin. Now broccoli was a hard vegetable for me learn to love. Memories of the buffet line with old, over cooked, mushy piles of green...just made it completely unappetizing. But, broccoli shouldn't be that way.Continue Reading...

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    Stuffed Eggplant

    While I never really liked Eggplant as a kid, I’ve really grown to like it over the years.  I still  think it’s a bit of weird vegetable…kind of like a cross between a squash and….a….sponge?  Which I know doesn’t sound appetizing, but they really are tasty.  In this recipe video, I show you one of my favorite applications, stuffed Eggplant.  I happen to be using baby eggplants that

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    How to Julienne a Zucchini

    I try to cook with as many as vegetables as I can.  In addition to be healthy for you, they obviously bring a lot of flavors, and textures to a dish.  They can also give you a very different experience (flavor and texture) depending on how you cut them.  So, it’s important to know various techniques that easily allow you to get different shapes and sizes.  In this cooking video, I show you how

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    Halibut with Vegetable Succotash

    At least once a week, I try to make a fish dish, and since my wife and I both really like Halibut, it’s on the menu quite often.  As such, I’m always looking for new ways to cook halibut, so I can keep it interesting.  Fortunately, clean, light flavored fish (like halibut) go with a tremendous variety of foods, so it’s easy to change up the dish with the kinds of sides and other flavors you can

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    Jack o Lantern Soup

    Getting kids more interesting in food, and in cooking, in one of my personal goals.  As a child, for some unknown reason, I had an affinity for cooking, and developing those skills has given me a lot over the years.  I want my daughter to have the same.  I want other kids to have the same.  One of my strategies to ensure that, is to make food fun…and I show you one way to do that in this recipe

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    Pumpkin Soup

    Autumn flavors are great flavors for me.  Cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice…are all warm, distinct and flavorful tastes that scream Fall.  Among those flavors, is of course Pumpkin.  Growing up, I had one pumpkin dish a couple times a year…pumpkin pie.  To that, in the last few years, I’ve added pumpkin ravioli.  And just recently, I started making pumpkin soup.  In this recipe video, I show you how t

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    ColeSlaw

    Man there are a whole lot of coleslaw, and coleslaw like recipes.  Obviously, you can use a ton of different ingredients….then of course, the variations on dressings, is almost as endless.  I could spend a few years creating a website solely dedicated to coleslaw, but I’m not going to do that.  Instead, this recipe video, I’m going to show you a fairly simple, straightforward coles

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    Carrot Soup

    After the onion, the carrot may get my vote for the most versatile, most tasty vegetable.  Great in all kinds of dishes, one of the three legs of a mirepoix, and critical prop in just about every Bugs Bunny cartoon, I’m not sure what I’d do without these lovable, orange roots.  And today (at least form a cook's perspective) all the heirloom carrot varieties available are very, very

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    Celery Root Puree

    The celery root is an ugly, dirty vegetable…but it also proves the rule that you shouldn’t judge a book by the cover, because you can make some damn good food with them.  In this recipe video, I show you how to make a celery root puree – which is basically a take on traditional mashed potatoes.  I make my celery root puree with about 50% celery root, and 50% potato, in the same style as mashed

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    How to Clean Celery Root

    Have you ever seen a Celery Root?  If so, you’d probably know it.  You probably also ran away in fear; they are pretty hideous looking.  Softball sized, covered in dirt, and sitting there menacingly, right next to the rhubarb....celery root doesn’t look all that appealing.  But the reality is, once you get through that tough exterior, a ton of opportunity lies within – celery root

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    How to Clean Broccoli

    For many, broccoli is a love it or hate it vegetable.  I am not one of those people.  Some broccoli recipes I really like, others…let’s say I have a tough time with.  But regardless of the specific preparation, you always need to clean and prep it.  In this cooking video, I show you how to take a simple head of broccoli, and break it down into the florets, and the stems.  And show you how you c

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