My Top 14 Caribbean Jerk Seasonings For Every Occasion

My Top 14 Caribbean Jerk Seasonings For Every Occasion

There is nothing else out there like Caribbean jerk seasoning. If you’ve ever had it, you might want to try recreating that sensation at home. You may have even tried using a store-brand jerk marinade from your local supermarket but didn’t get the results you were hoping for. The popular spice combination has been around…

The Chinese Kitchen

The Chinese Kitchen

The Chinese Kitchen: Recipes, Techniques, Ingredients, History, And Memories From America’s Leading Authority On Chinese Cooking. Order book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Chinese-Kitchen-Techniques-Ingredients-Authority/dp/0688158269 Read Also: Three Best Substitutes for a Cast Iron Skillet

What People Eat in Japan

What People Eat in Japan

Sashimi: raw fish finely sliced and served with a small bowl for dipping into soy sauce and wasabi (see sushi below) Sushi: raw fish served a top firmly molded vinegared rice. Watch out for the green wasabi, a horseradish paste which should be mixed with soy sauce and packs a powerful, peppery punch. Pickled ginger acts as…

What People Eat in Korea

What People Eat in Korea

Anju—appetizers Kimchi—pickled vegetables Namul—generic term for seasoned vegetables or salads Guk or Tang—soup or stew Pab—rice Chongol—one-pot stew Pajon—scallion pancakes Pulkogi—barbecued marinated beef strips Kalbi-jim—Soy sauce braised beef short ribs Mandoo—steamed dumplings stuffed with meats and vegetables Sae u jun—fried tempura-battered shrimp Samgyae tang—chicken stuffed with rice and ginseng Chapchae—thin noodles with matchstick pork and…