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1. Maple Glazed Pecans | Hungry for the Holidays
These toasted nuts are anything but standard. They're sweet and salty, with speckles of sesame seeds, perfect as a quick treat for holiday guests.
2. Carving a Turkey
Carving a turkey can be an intimidating idea if you don't know the correct technique. In this video, Williams-Sonoma culinary expert Amanda shares a few tips and techniques to make the turkey carving an easy affair. How a turkey is best carved depends on where it is being carved. Some people may prefer to carve the turkey in the kitchen and bring the meat cuts on the table. Others prefer carving it at the table itself. When carving at the table, Amanda suggests starting from the breast area. If you are planning to carve in the kitchen, you can start with a clean cut between the leg and the breast. Another tip to follow in the kitchen is to remove the entire breast by cutting across the bottom; doing so will make slicing and serving the turkey an easier process.The drumsticks should be separated from the thigh part carefully and all the meat on the drumsticks should be sliced while rotating them. The wings should be carved at the end as they provide support while carving the rest of the turkey. With these carving tips, you will easily be able to share your beautiful Thanksgiving turkey with your guests.
3. Kitchen Basic: How to Cut a Pineapple
There are so many great dessert recipes that include pineapple, but many people take a shortcut and use canned pineapple. Don’t use canned pineapple! Fresh pineapple will make your dessert taste soooo much better! In this Grokker Premium video, master baker Emily Luchetti will give you tips on what to look for when picking out a fresh pineapple and some simple techniques for how to cut up a pineapple in just a couple of minutes.
4. How to Cook the Perfect Steak
"I want to teach you how to cook good food at home. By stripping away all the hard graft and complexity, anyone can produce mouth-watering recipes. Put simply, I'm going to show you how to cook yourself into a better cook."GORDON RAMSAY
5. Tuscan Panzanella Salad
This popular summer salad combines tomatoes, onions, crisp cucumbers and delicious home made croutons. Served with Sage's own vinaigrette and combined with fresh herbs the flavours come together and soak into the croutons making a tasty appetiser for dinner or a lightlunch. Make sure to check out Sage's crouton and balsamic glaze videos in order to perfect this salad.
6. Silky Smooth Chocolate Ganache
Believe it or not, the secret to a smooth, glossy ganache is a microwave. A double boiler is pretty, but risks adding moisture to the chocolate which can cause it to split. Watch Sage Russell in this Grokker Premium video as he prepares the perfect ganache with some added orange zest to give it some zip. Sage finishes the ganache off as delicious truffles but the ganache is perfect on ice cream or as a tart or pastry filling.
7. Red Pepper Relish
This simple red pepper relish is a great tart accompaniment. Serve it an appetiser on bread, or as a condiment for any meat or fish dish. The key is getting the right peppers, so follow Sage's lead in this Grokker Premium video and you will have perfected this sauce in no time.
8. How To Brown Butter
Who would have thought that a simple technique like browning your butter would give so many flavors into all your recipes? Pastry Chef Robyn Lenzi shares her tips on how to elevate butter to add another layer of flavor in this Grokker Premium video.