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    alive and cooking
  • Alive and Cooking is an Australian television cooking show hosted by James Reeson. It is produced by WIN Television and airs on a number of television channels within Australia.











Gaddis House (Cook Avenue)




Gaddis House (Cook Avenue)





The Gaddis Home, built by William H. Gaddis and his wife Isabella in 1908, was one of the first residences on Cook Avenue. The family had come to Oak Lawn in 1893 looking for a larger yard where they could garden. Gaddis’s son, William B., would take an avid interest in politics and serve many years in Oak Lawn public office as Clerk (1912-1913), Trustee (1914-1916) and Mayor (1917-1920). Later William B. and his wife Lucille would leave Oak Lawn for more than a decade to live in Chicago. However in 1934 the couple returned to the Village, and moved into the house on Cook Avenue that his parents had built nearly thirty years before. After his return Gaddis would once again serve the community as a member of the Elementary Board of Education and as Village Clerk (1949-1952). Following his passing the home would be purchased by new owners and undergo various renovations. However it still retains much of its original style, and will always be connected to one of Oak Lawn’s most politically active residents.












Stout Shanks recipe in Alive and Cooking Cookbook




Stout Shanks recipe in Alive and Cooking Cookbook





My husband LOVES Lamb Shanks and this is one very nice recipe which calls for red wine and stout. Perfect for cold winter nights and very easy to make!

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BOILED BACON COOKING TIMES - COOKING TIMES


Boiled Bacon Cooking Times - West Indian Cooking - Cooking Classes In San Antonio.



Boiled Bacon Cooking Times





boiled bacon cooking times






    cooking times
  • Fish is naturally tender, requiring short cooking times at high temperatures. Allow 10 minutes per inch of thickness (at the thickest part) for fresh fish, 20 minutes per inch for frozen fish.





    boiled
  • (boil) come to the boiling point and change from a liquid to vapor; "Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius"

  • (of a liquid) Be at or reach this temperature

  • (boil) a painful sore with a hard core filled with pus

  • Heat (a liquid) to the temperature at which it bubbles and turns to vapor

  • cooked in hot water

  • Heat (a container) until the liquid in it reaches such a temperature





    bacon
  • Cured meat from the back or sides of a pig

  • English scientist and Franciscan monk who stressed the importance of experimentation; first showed that air is required for combustion and first used lenses to correct vision (1220-1292)

  • back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked; usually sliced thin and fried

  • English statesman and philosopher; precursor of British empiricism; advocated inductive reasoning (1561-1626)











CREAMY MUSHROOM TAGLIATELLE ENCASED IN CRISPY BACON




CREAMY MUSHROOM TAGLIATELLE ENCASED IN CRISPY BACON





- Fresh Tagliatelle (1 pack)
- Chestnut Mushrooms (1 pack, thickly sliced)
- Streaky Bacon (1 pack)
- Wholegrain Mustard (1 teaspoon)
- Marjoram (1 handful, finely chopped)
- Mascarpone Cheese (1 tub)
- Parmesan Cheese (1 handful, finely grated)
- Cheddar Cheese (1 handful, finely grated)
- Cracked Black Pepper (1 pinch)

The Concept

The concept is simple: Complementary ingredients, irrespective of their place in a dish, work when enjoyed together. This dish is inspired by a meal I had last year in a beautiful Italian bistro in East Sheen, London. That dish encased spaghetti bolognaise in bacon, which was delightful. For this recipe I decided to take the idea one step further by combining my favourite pasta ingredients: a cheesy, creamy sauce with meaty mushrooms and crispy bacon.

Making the Dish

To make the bacon shell, line strips of streaky bacon over a small overturned bowl. Start at the centre of the bowl and drape the bacon down the sides. This will leave you with long strips over the edge of the bowl, which will later be used to pull over the pasta to complete the case.

Once your bowl is covered in bacon, place it in a hot oven (220C) and cook for 5-7 minutes until the fat starts to melt and binds the bacon together, forming a solid shell. To make the casing extra sturdy, take the bacon out of the oven and place a similar shaped and sized bowl over the top of it. Next remove the first bowl leaving the bacon in the bottom of the second bowl. Place this back into the oven and cook for a further 3-5 minutes.

After you have completed this step, place the first bowl back on the second bowl, sandwiching the bacon in the middle. Place this into the fridge to set.

The Pasta Sauce

Put a splash of olive and a small knob of butter into your pan and place on a medium heat. Once hot, add your mushrooms and marjoram and cook for 2-3 minutes. You really don’t need to cook the mushrooms any more than this. Most people over cook mushrooms and by the time you eat the dish you barely know they are there.

At this stage, add the mascarpone cheese and stir in the cheddar and parmesan cheese and wholegrain mustard. Now, place your fresh pasta into some salted boiling water. By the time the pasta is cooked (typically 2-3 minutes) your sauce will have heated through and turned into a beautiful creamy, cheesy mushroom sauce. Drain you pasta and add it directly into the sauce and fold it together.

You are now ready to encase it with bacon!

Take your bacon out of the fridge, separate the bowls, leaving the bacon in the bottom of one. Fill with your creamy mushroom pasta and gently fold over the long strips of bacon to complete the case.

Put your bacon covered pasta into the oven (180C), when still in the bowl to support the shape, and cook for 10 minutes. When finished, leave for a minute to cool and firm up then place a plate over the bowl and turn the whole thing out, sprinkle with parmesan and add a spring of marjoram.

Re-use of Abuse

I would certainly do this dish again but I would make a couple of small but important changes. I would make a more typical creamy pasta sauce, using rue, milk etc. The sauce in this dish is very heavy and quite salty - when combined with the bacon it can be a little too much. I would also make the dish either smaller or larger. I quite like the idea of doing it in a large oven proof dish and carving slices out of it at a dinner party.











CREAMY MUSHROOM TAGLIATELLE ENCASED IN CRISPY BACON




CREAMY MUSHROOM TAGLIATELLE ENCASED IN CRISPY BACON





Fresh Tagliatelle (1 pack)
Chestnut Mushrooms (1 pack, thickly sliced)
Streaky Bacon (1 pack)
Wholegrain Mustard (1 teaspoon)
Marjoram (1 handful, finely chopped)
Mascarpone Cheese (1 tub)
Parmesan Cheese (1 handful, finely grated)
Cheddar Cheese (1 handful, finely grated)
Cracked Black Pepper (1 pinch)
The Concept

The concept is simple: Complementary ingredients, irrespective of their place in a dish, work when enjoyed together. This dish is inspired by a meal I had last year in a beautiful Italian bistro in East Sheen, London. That dish encased spaghetti bolognaise in bacon, which was delightful. For this recipe I decided to take the idea one step further by combining my favourite pasta ingredients: a cheesy, creamy sauce with meaty mushrooms and crispy bacon.

Making the Dish

To make the bacon shell, line strips of streaky bacon over a small overturned bowl. Start at the centre of the bowl and drape the bacon down the sides. This will leave you with long strips over the edge of the bowl, which will later be used to pull over the pasta to complete the case.

Once your bowl is covered in bacon, place it in a hot oven (220C) and cook for 5-7 minutes until the fat starts to melt and binds the bacon together, forming a solid shell. To make the casing extra sturdy, take the bacon out of the oven and place a similar shaped and sized bowl over the top of it. Next remove the first bowl leaving the bacon in the bottom of the second bowl. Place this back into the oven and cook for a further 3-5 minutes.

After you have completed this step, place the first bowl back on the second bowl, sandwiching the bacon in the middle. Place this into the fridge to set.

The Pasta Sauce

Put a splash of olive and a small knob of butter into your pan and place on a medium heat. Once hot, add your mushrooms and marjoram and cook for 2-3 minutes. You really don’t need to cook the mushrooms any more than this. Most people over cook mushrooms and by the time you eat the dish you barely know they are there.

At this stage, add the mascarpone cheese and stir in the cheddar and parmesan cheese and wholegrain mustard. Now, place your fresh pasta into some salted boiling water. By the time the pasta is cooked (typically 2-3 minutes) your sauce will have heated through and turned into a beautiful creamy, cheesy mushroom sauce. Drain you pasta and add it directly into the sauce and fold it together.

You are now ready to encase it with bacon!

Take your bacon out of the fridge, separate the bowls, leaving the bacon in the bottom of one. Fill with your creamy mushroom pasta and gently fold over the long strips of bacon to complete the case.

Put your bacon covered pasta into the oven (180C), when still in the bowl to support the shape, and cook for 10 minutes. When finished, leave for a minute to cool and firm up then place a plate over the bowl and turn the whole thing out, sprinkle with parmesan and add a spring of marjoram.

Re-use of Abuse

I would certainly do this dish again but I would make a couple of small but important changes. I would make a more typical creamy pasta sauce, using rue, milk etc. The sauce in this dish is very heavy and quite salty - when combined with the bacon it can be a little too much. I would also make the dish either smaller or larger. I quite like the idea of doing it in a large oven proof dish and carving slices out of it at a dinner party.









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COOKING CLASSES OAHU - CLASSES OAHU


COOKING CLASSES OAHU - COOKING RADIO



Cooking Classes Oahu





cooking classes oahu






    cooking
  • The practice or skill of preparing food

  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"

  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"

  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way

  • (cook) someone who cooks food

  • The process of preparing food by heating it





    classes
  • (class) a collection of things sharing a common attribute; "there are two classes of detergents"

  • Assign or regard as belonging to a particular category

  • (class) classify: arrange or order by classes or categories; "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"

  • (class) a body of students who are taught together; "early morning classes are always sleepy"





    oahu
  • The third largest of the Hawaiian islands; pop. 838,500. Its principal town, Honolulu, is the capital of Hawaii. It is the site of Pearl Harbor, a US naval base

  • an island of central Hawaii (between Molokai and Kauai); the chief island of the state

  • Oahu ( in English) or Oahu (pronounced in Hawaiian), known as "The Gathering Place", is the third largest of the Hawaiian Islands and most populous of the islands in the State of Hawaii. The state capital Honolulu is located on the southeast coast.











Wardroom Galley




Wardroom Galley





The galley is the kitchen of the ship. The best explanation as to its origin is that it is a corruption of "gallery". Ancient sailors cooked their meals on a brick or stone gallery laid amidships.











Oahu South Shoreline




Oahu South Shoreline





Oahu's South shore as view from Diamond Head Crater. Kapiolani Park, Waikiki beach, Ala Moana Yacht Harbor, Ala Moana Magic Island and beach park.









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COOKING FRIED OKRA : FRIED OKRA


Cooking fried okra : Cooking for newlyweds.



Cooking Fried Okra





cooking fried okra






    cooking fried
  • (Cooking/Frying) Frying is the cooking of food in oil or fat, a technique that originated in ancient Egypt around 2500 BC.Tannahill, Reay. Food in History. Three Rivers Press, 1995.





    okra
  • long green edible beaked pods of the okra plant

  • gumbo: long mucilaginous green pods; may be simmered or sauteed but used especially in soups and stews

  • tall coarse annual of Old World tropics widely cultivated in southern United States and West Indies for its long mucilaginous green pods used as basis for soups and stews; sometimes placed in genus Hibiscus

  • A plant of the mallow family with long ridged seedpods, native to the Old World tropics

  • The immature seedpods of this plant eaten as a vegetable and also used to thicken soups and stews











Fried Okra




Fried Okra





Wash 200gm okra and pat dry with a kitchen towel (the okra must be dry otherwise it will turn out sticky). Chop the okra and keep aside.
Heat 2 tsp oil and add 1/2 tsp each of cumin and mustard seeds. When they stop crackling, add 1/4th tsp turmeric powder and 1/2 inch finely chopped ginger. Stir and add 3 chopped shallots. When the shallots turn translucent, add 1/2 tsp chilli powder and 1/2 tsp garam masala (curry powder) and mix. Add the okra and mix well. Cook uncovered until done.











Mom's Fried Okra




Mom's Fried Okra





I don't even want to hear from one of you (no names are being named) about how so-and-so totally does a better fried okra and boy if I want to be embarassed for loving my mom's okra so much I should just stop on by 'cause he's about to cook up some okra and maybe we should even have some sort of okra-off and you better bring it and nuh-uh it's already been broughten.

This here is good stuff is what I'm trying to say.









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COOKING IN DORMS : COOKING IN


COOKING IN DORMS : JEU DE COOKING ACADEMY : COOKING CLASSES IN DC



Cooking In Dorms





cooking in dorms






    cooking
  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way

  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"

  • The process of preparing food by heating it

  • The practice or skill of preparing food

  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"

  • (cook) someone who cooks food





    dorms
  • A dormitory

  • (dorm) dormitory: a college or university building containing living quarters for students

  • (Dorm (film)) Dek hor (??????, also Dorm or My School) is a 2006 Thai horror-drama film.

  • (dorm) Short for dormitory; A bedroom, living room, and kitchen in a space about the size of most walk-in closets











roast potatoes and onions and stuff




roast potatoes and onions and stuff





I decided to actually make my own meal. Result?

The fire alarm went off twice. No, not because of smoke, but because of a 450 degree oven. It wasn't spewing out fire, so I guess the fire alarm is super-sensitive. Jesus.

That kind of makes me not want to cook anymore. Considering how I almost never cook in my dorm, that's like..uh. Yeah. Damn. Well. It tasted alright.











Organic farming 3




Organic farming 3





A pile of discarded wood from torn down dorm room lofts sits in a corner of the MSU Student Organic Farm, waiting to be used as building materials for different upkeep around the farm. Sean Cook/The State News









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