Daily Archives: February 20, 2013

How to Make Oven BBQ Chicken Wings

full.sc – SUB HERE! BBQ chicken wings are great for parties or any weeknight dinner. They are fun to eat and really easy to make. Print this recipe at TheFrugalCehf.com.

Ketchup Miso Stir-Fried Pork and Cabbage (Recipe) 豚とキャベツのケチャップ味噌炒め

I combined ketchup and miso to give sweet and rich flavor! It goes great with white rice and perfect for bento 🙂 This recipe once appeared on the Kagome’s ketchup recipe card and website. createeathappy.blogspot.com 以前に私の「豚とキャベツのケチャップ味噌炒め」がカゴメトマトケチャップのレシピカードに掲載されました☆ createeathappy.blogspot.com ——————————— Ketchup Miso Stir-Fried Pork and Cabbage Difficulty: Easy Time: 10min Number of servings: 2 Ingredients: 150g (5.3oz.) thinly sliced pork A * 1 tsp. sake * 1 tsp. soy sauce * 0.5 tsp. grated garlic 300g (10.6oz.) cabbage (you can add some other leftover vegetables in the fridge: carrot, green pepper, onion, shimeji mushrooms, shitake mushrooms, etc…) B * 2 tbsp. sake *you can add water instead * 1 tbsp. miso * 1 tbsp. tomato ketchup * 1 tsp. toban jan (hot bean sauce / Chinese red chili paste, optional) 1 tbsp. sesame oil Directions: 1. Cut thinly sliced pork into bite-size and season with A. 2. Cut green cabbage into bite-size as well. 3. In a small bowl, mix B well. 4. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan, and saute seasoned pork. 5. When the pork starts to change color, add cabbage and other leftover vegetables and stir-fry until they began to wilt. 6. Then add 3. and cook thoroughly. レシピ(日本語) cooklabo.blogspot.com ——————————— In the end of the video, I purified the power stone earrings with white sage smoke. I just read that the smoke won’t cling when it’s done

Snake Wine aka Kickass Cobra Juice

Traditional Chinese medicine brings us this week’s featured delicacy, snake wine. Made by either steeping a cobra (or cobra look-alike) in rice wine or by cutting off the snake’s head to drain its blood and adding it to wine, people throughout Asia drink snake wine with the belief that it can cure a number of ailments. Find out how snake wine tastes when we feed it to our co-workers and what the very interesting side effects are on this week’s episode of Why Would You Eat That? QUESTION: How much would we have to pay you to try one? 0? 00? Watch More Why Would You Eat That?: goo.gl On Why Would You Eat That? we scour the globe for the most bizarre foods and explain why anyone would be crazy enough to eat them. You’ll be shocked to see how one man’s trash can actually be another man’s delicacy. Don’t forget tosubscribe to Tasted for a new episode of Why Would You Eat That? every Friday! Subscribe to Tasted: goo.gl
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Hello Restaurant 015 – Canton Delights (Closed)

Hello Restaurant, the Tokyo TV original program, introduces hot restaurants in San Francisco Bay Area. In each episode, the restaurant’s popular dishes are featured. Our camera even goes inside the kitchen and shows behind the scenes of the restaurant. This program guarantees “gourmet time” to the viewers! Hello Restaurant: www.ttvusa.com Restaurant: Canton Delights Location: 10125 Bandley Dr. Cupertino, CA 95014 Air Date: 11/03/2002

PERU BUSINESS – Lima Peru business “On the Road Gastronomy Supermarket”

PERU Business, walking in Lima found a “On the Road Gastronomy Supermarket” incredible this gentleman sell anything, gives credit and follow clients account. Lima Peru and it’s Gastronomy starting for Helados, Bread, any kind of traditional Limeno Food, biscuits, creams, cheese,… LIMA PERU A GREAT CITY Lima is the capital and largest city of Peru. It is located in the valleys of the Chillón, Rímac and Lurín rivers, on a coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It forms a contiguous urban area with the seaport of Callao. Lima is the 5thlargest city in Latin America, behind São Paulo, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, and Rio de Janeiro. Lima was founded by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro on January 18, 1535, as La Ciudad de los Reyes, or “The City of Kings.” It became the most important city in the Spanish Viceroyalty of Peru and, after the Peruvian War of Independence, was made the capital of the Republic of Peru. Today around one-third of the Peruvian population lives in the metropolitan area. Visit www.miamimanufacturingguide.com LIMA – PERUVIAN GASTRONOMY Lima is known as Gastronomical Capital of the Americas. A center of immigration and the center of the Spanish Viceroyalty, Lima has incorporated unique dishes brought from the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors and the receiving of many waves of immigrants: African, European, Chinese, and Japanese. Besides international immigration—a large portion of which happened in Lima—there has been, since the second half of the