With Turkey Day less than 24 hours away, our friends at Target have all of your last-minute essentials in the grocery aisle. But hold on — what will you do with your turkey leftovers? If you’re looking for leftover turkey inspiration — beyond the usual soup, salad and sandwich fare — the Target Test Kitchen has whipped up four killer recipes that transform excess turkey into mouthwatering one-dish meals — each with a Thai, Mexican,
Nov 20, 2014
Tips and Tricks:
It is crucial that you thoroughly rinse both the inside and outside of the turkey after brining and before roasting, otherwise it will be too salty.
Use the salty pan drippings to make gravy. Yum! The secret is to place a diced potato in the gravy while cooking since the potato will absorb the excess salt. Just let it simmer in the gravy for 20-30 minutes.
Mar 28, 2014
First there was mustard. For that
tangy yellow condiment we can thank the culinary wizards in Dijon, France, who
whipped up the first batch of ground mustard seeds mixed with wine, vinegar,
and spices about 800 years ago.Then there was ketchup. About 300
years ago European explorers developed a taste for a thin fermented fish sauce
in Asia called kêtsiap. They brought it back to Europe and adapted
it to eventually include tomatoes.And now we
Eating lamb on
Easter is a tradition long upheld. But why? And what's with all the mint sauce?
“One of the neat
things about looking into the history of food is that one thing often leads to
another,” says Trina Clickner.
Clickner is a
food historian, which has her answering all sorts of culinary queries — the
question of mint sauce being a prevalent one this time of year.
Clickner learned a lot about food traditions
Jan 1, 2012
Make your race day chili extra special with Atlanta Motor Speedway's secret ingredient - ketchup made from Coke.
Jan 1, 2012
Add style to your braised pork with this recipe brought to you by Atlanta Motor Speedway.