Delicious Facts About Kaiser Rolls You Did Not Know

Posted on: 11 September 2018

A kaiser roll is a specially-crafted bread that is known for having a slightly tough but chewy exterior which gives way to a light, flavorful and flaky interior. It's bigger than your standard bread roll but smaller than an entire loaf. A well-crafted kaiser roll is about the size of a large hamburger bun, and it pairs nicely with all matter of delicious food. Hungry yet? Here's what you need to know about the kaiser roll. [Read More]

Determine The Type Of Wood To Choose For Your Outdoor Cooking And Maintain The Fire's Consistency And Temperature

Posted on: 29 April 2018

There is a science to cooking food on the best wood fire. Serious backyard cooks maintain that the best outdoor wood cooking calls for knowledge about the type of wood you choose to build a cooking fire. It stands to reason that you should know quite a bit about the wood you choose. Why is that so? Well, the quality of your fire ultimately determines the quality of your cooked food. [Read More]

How to Plan Meals for Your Holiday Guests

Posted on: 11 September 2017

If you had guests over the summer, you're probably all ready for those who will come during the holidays. However, you might want to tweak your menus a bit so that you can offer different meals than you did during the summer months. Here are some ideas on how to plan the meals for your holiday guests. Start with Essentials: There are some things that would be very nice for you to have on hand throughout the day. [Read More]

Tips For Gluten-Free Dining At An Indian Restaurant

Posted on: 29 June 2017

If you suffer from celiac disease or a gluten intolerance, restaurant dining can sometimes be a challenge. One way to avoid unnecessary gluten exposure is to choose a cuisine that uses very little gluten-containing ingredients. Few cuisines fit the bill better than Indian food. The following guide can help you order and enjoy your meal with confidence. Tip #1: Skip the bread Unlike some other Asian cuisines that use rice flour for breads and wraps, most of the popular Indian breads are made with wheat flower. [Read More]