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dishes?" You have probably sat there trying to find out just what has gone into the dish, what sort of ingredients
they're using.. Maybe you have even tried to ask the waiter or the chef for the recipe it
was so good! Chances are they didn't give you the recipe, and probably for good reason, if
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|Outback Steakhouse Marmalade Sauce
1/2 c orange marmalade
2 tsps stone-ground mustard
1 ts prepared horseradish
1 ds salt
Combine all ingredients.
|Tony Roma's Baby Back Ribs
Begin the day before, by preheating the oven to 500 degrees (that's
right). I normally use two racks of baby back pork ribs (they may
be dry-rubbed or just use salt and pepper). Take a 2-piece broiling
pan, pour about 1/2 inch of water in the lower portion and put the
upper half, the part with the drain holes, in place. Now, lay the two
racks of ribs side by side on top. Avoid overlapping them or
hanging them off the edge of the pan. Form a tent and seal tightly
around the perimeter of the broiler with extra heavy-duty aluminum
foil. You may need to fold two sheets together to get enough width.
It is crucial that the seal is tight! If the water evaporates, the end
product will suffer (not to mention you and your guests). Also,
make sure that the foil does not lay on the ribs.
Bake for one hour, exactly. This essentially steams the ribs at high
temp. Cool the ribs, still covered, remove them from the pan, then
wrap tighly and chill overnight in the fridge. This step is important.
The ribs must be cold for the next phase. You can reserve the
liquid, which is basically rib stock, reduce/strain and add to the
barbecue sauce if you like. It adds a unique, meaty flavor.
Start your grill. I prefer charcoal, you may prefer wood or gas. You
want a hot grill for this and you'll need to be attentive because
timing is of the essence here. Place the racks on the grill and when
they reach a golden, bubbly stage (3-4 min.), turn them and coat
with a good barbecue sauce. Bullseye Original works well, but I've
found that any quality sauce will do fine, so use your favorite. After
the other side has browned, turn and coat it. Cook the sauce into
the ribs for a couple of minutes on each side, then remove, slice and
serve. A word of caution: The ribs will be so tender that the meat
will literally fall off the bone when you try to turn the racks on the
grill. It is helpfull to have two sets of large tongs and be very, very
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Cooking - Kitchen - Recipe Tips...
* Poke a hole in the middle of the hamburger patties
while shaping them.
The burgers will cook faster and the holes will disappear
- Barbecues and Picnics -
* Try to plan just the right amount of foods to take. That
won't have to worry about the storage or safety of
* When taking foods off the grill, put them on a clean
the same platter that held raw meat.
* When preparing dishes like chicken or cooked meat
chilled ingredients. In other words, make sure your cooked
chicken has been cooked and chilled before it gets mixed
other salad ingredients.
* It's a good idea to use a separate cooler for drinks,
so the one
containing perishable food won't be constantly opened and
* A cooler chest can also be used to keep hot food hot.
cooler with a heavy kitchen towel for extra insulation and
well wrapped hot foods inside. It's amazing how long the
will stay not only warm, but hot. Try to use a cooler that
just the right size to pack fairly tightly with hot food so
less heat escapes.
* Wash ALL fresh produce thoroughly. When preparing
lettuce, break into pieces - then wash.
* Cook foods to the required minimum cooking
- 165 F > Poultry, poultry stuffing, and stuffed meat.
- 158 F > Ground Beef, fish, and seafood.
- 150 F > Pork and food containing pork.
- 145 F > shell eggs and foods containing shell eggs.
* Separate raw animal foods from other raw or
foods during storage and preparation.
* Cool leftovers as quickly as possible. Reheat to
165 F before serving again.
* BY ALL MEANS, REMEMBER THIS:
Bacteria on food will rapidly multiply when left at a
temperature between 45 F and 140 F. Avoid this danger
zone as much as possible.