Tag Archives for chicken

Oaxaca Kitchen

Oaxaca Kitchen, though it has potential, lacks finesse in its cooking. The salsa verde works, and the mole rojo sauce is admirable, but the restaurant has ways to go. Continue reading

12. June 2012 by Earl
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Simple sous-vide chicken breast

Sous-vide chicken breasts are easy to cook and super healthy. Add your favorite sauce, red onions, and garlic for a kick. Continue reading

09. June 2012 by Earl
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Peking Gourmet Inn

Peking Gourmet Inn, a Virginia restaurant frequented by the Bush family, offers masterfully cooked Peking Duck and similarly tasty entrees for an immersive experience into Chinese cuisine. Continue reading

07. August 2011 by Earl
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Potbelly salads

Ever wondered whether Potbelly’s Farmhouse salad is healthier than the Uptown salad or vice-versa? Get the skinny here! Continue reading

29. July 2011 by Earl
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Savory chicken oatmeal

Learn how to make a salty, savory chicken oatmeal. Continue reading

02. June 2011 by Earl
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Food, Wine & Co.

Though it sounds generic, Food, Wine & Co. serves masterfully cooked meats and a range of interesting small bites, drawing inspiration from American bistro-style cooking. Continue reading

29. May 2011 by Earl
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Miracle of Science

Restaurant review of Miracle of Science in Cambridge, MA. Okay burgers, confusing name, lively vibe. Continue reading

07. February 2011 by Earl
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Flour Bakery and Cafe of Cambridge, MA

Restaurant review of Flour Bakery and Cafe in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Harvard graduate Joanne Chang bakes dreamy breads. Continue reading

03. February 2011 by Earl
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Examples of futuristic meat cooking aka “Sous-vide”

Cooking meats sous-vide, or under vaccum, can produce amazing results. The meat will be perfectly tender and at the desired doneness. Preview some examples of sous-vide cooked meat in this post! Continue reading

24. January 2011 by Earl
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Sardi’s – Pollo a La Brasa

Read this article for a restaurant review of Sardi’s, a small, family-run restaurant that specializes in Peruvian chicken. The chicken is savory and rich. Continue reading

23. January 2011 by Earl
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