Meat, Seafood, Fowl & Eggs

Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Southwest Slather

Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Southwest Slather

Serves 4 Let’s up-scale the ole’ stuff boneless chicken breast, and put the “sexy-factor” in…shall we. Presentation is everything, right? Pretty does sell. You will blow away your competitors and establish new followers with this delicious stuffed chicken breasts…hands down! Three secret tips… first, acquire or fabricate 4 airline/supreme chicken breasts (1/2 breast with first joint connected) ; second, meat mallet (smooth side); third, Chef Gerrie’s Southwestern Roasted Green Pepper Slather. You may just like it TOO much! If you can’t acquire this special cut of chicken, use boneless with or with out skin…what ever hikes your skirt!   Equipment: Chef Knife Meat Mallet or...

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Holiday Meal Hacks: The Main Meat Event

Holiday Meal Hacks: The Main Meat Event

Many of us look forward to meat as the main event of holiday feasts. That succulent, juicy meat that’s been cooked oh-so carefully and with so much care. The perfect star of the holiday feast, with all of the apps and side dishes playing supporting roles. Now, I know that some people choose to fry their turkeys, slow cook their pork loins, bake their tofurkys, and so on, but this is all about the hack. Today I’m showing you how to have all the taste of a long prep turkey, without the prep. I want you to sit back and...

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Mixed Shellfish Salad

Mixed Shellfish Salad

This mixed shellfish salad recipe is healthy, pretty, tasty, and it will change the way you think about plain old steamed shellfish. The shrimp and mussels are steamed over perfumed white wine, shellfish stock, sea salt, lemon zest and juice, fresh Italian parsley, basil and dill. The lemon garlic, white balsamic vinaigrette really compliments the mix of jumbo shrimp, jumbo lump crab meat, and mussels. Garnished with scallions, fresh dill, parsley, and basil. And for a show-stopping presentation, we’re utilizing several mussel shells to put some sophistication into our shellfish. Perfect for a hearty dinner, full lunch, or take it...

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A Menu To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

A Menu To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

St. Paddy’s Day: The day you want to be Irish, history, and cultural.I’m going to show you how to make the corned beef 2 bastardized ways: one braising without nitrates and one with slow-roasting. I’ll also include how to make colcannon your own way, and a pot o’ gold, 24K dessert that is!   Ok, you must speak in an Irish accent all day long to benefit from this luck of the Irish! So hold on to your shillelagh and be sure to check out my delicious Irish recipes for this day of celebration… Corned beef over the mighty Colcannon. Slow Roasted Corned Beef Braised Corned...

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