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The pork meat is definitely more versatile in culinary canon. It lends itself to every cooking and curing method imaginable and reward the cook with an amazing array of flavors and textures. The shoulder is a good example of the versatility of pork. Used with bone or boneless roasts, can be cause for sausages , cured and smoked to obtain a result similar to ham or be cut and beaten for pork chops and steaks. A lesser known cut shoulder pad pork is often used for roasts and other purposes.
Find pig pad
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA, for its acronym in English) provides a clear definition of cushion in their purchasing specifications institutional meat (IMPS, for its acronym in English). The cushion, he says, “will consist of the M. triceps brachii group”. This can lead to the illumination of the butchers and meat cutters, but it will not convey much to the average consumer. For lay people, the easiest way to identify the cushion is look at a pork shoulder. On one side of the bone will be several small muscles. Furthermore, there will be a large muscle, which is the cushion. Read the rest of this entry »
The original idea was to paint a pirate patch to the clouds and nail but my edible markers are not very there, so I just did the sugar CAP and placed them as you can see.The stick is a paper straw, cut in half and so the sugar is pegase, I bathed with water slightly cloud and had sugar.
Bowl with sweets (Strawberry and cream and bricks)
-I printed labels on label paper, cut and pasted into the bottles.
-The biggest table
-General view Read the rest of this entry »
A few days ago my daughter brought me a little boat of banana flavor Nesquik, milk didn’t us by what thinking like spending it idee this dessert.
-1/2 milk lito
-1/2 litre of cream
-an envelope of curd
-4 tablespoons of Nesquit know banana
two very fine chopped bananas.
Put the milk and cream in a saucepan (separating a glass) and lead to fire and crush them very well the tablespoons of Nesquik. Read the rest of this entry »
Portions / number of persons: 12
Preparation time: 6 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes
Category: Breads and buns
I’ve named it because it is that more we like at home is very rich in flavor and quite presentable shape and remains tender from one day to another without having to store it in a special way. Seems like very complicated because I roll it up much explaining but is not as complicated as it seems. It is the result of reading many recipes but I especially recommend these links:
-50Gr. of flour strength
-1dry bakery yeast sachet
-100ml. of milk warm or at room temperature Read the rest of this entry »
Portions / number of persons:
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 5 minutes
Category: Snacks and tapas, salads, hot and cold entries, fish and seafood, vegetables and legumes, eggs, Light, vegetarian
Recipe and pics of my grandmother… It is a dish very consumed in Andalusia as incoming or lid, very refreshing for what love in summer, but in winter to us also we love. Everyone knows that things like grandmothers well “condumias” so more potatoes seasoned my recipe are tuna and egg hard with potatoes lol but knows of a fable!
-1kg of potatoes
-5cans of tuna
-4 thin scallions or 2 thick
-200ml olive oil
-Salt Read the rest of this entry »
Panna cotta is a dessert that I have prepared several times and as yet had no picture what best excuse that doing so to prepare the report… jjj
It is a typical Italian dessert, somewhere I read that for them the panna cotta is for us the flan, although I am sorry, but where is our egg flan… that removed all the panna cottas of the world! JJ…
This dessert recipes there are many, I usually do this, because I also do it in the thermomix and does not take anything (in the traditional way is also faster); We can vary the flavor by adding milk for cocoa, coffee etc…I this time not have added any extra ingredient, because with this glaze of jam, already changed the taste completely. Read the rest of this entry »
Mmmmmmm… a delicious abosolutamente delight… the original recipe presented it us Missis… uffff… a few years ago… then each one the was arranging his own way. Carmina thank you for this wonderful. The recipe, as always here and in my blossssssss
** 250 ml oil
** 3 cloves of garlic
** Fresh Rosemary
** Salt Maldom Read the rest of this entry »
-500 g ripe tomatoes
-500 g of peeled Green Apple
-100 g onion
-150 g of peeled cucumber (I not put)
-1 clove of garlic
-25 g of Apple Cider vinegar
-100 g of olive oil
-1 bunch of fresh chives
-A dash of oil Read the rest of this entry »
-175 Gr. of sourdough.
-500 gr. of flour strength.
-50 Gr. of sugar.
-25 Gr. of Baker’s yeast.
-100 gr. of butter.
-2 egg yolks
-1 teaspoon of vanilla sugar.
-75 ml. of milk.
-5 gr. salt
-Sugar to coat.
-Sunflower oil for frying.
Smooth pastry cream:
-1 litre of milk
-300 Gr. of sugar
-4 egg yolks
-40 Gr. cornstarch Read the rest of this entry »