This is the first episode of Cul-Un-Ary’s own cooking show. I’m making Rachel Ray’s Clam Chow-duh. You can find the recipe on Food Network’s website. This should be quite enough to tell you that I have no idea what I’m doing. Edit: I’ve moved to Vimeo, simply because it saves my video in higher quality.
CulUNary Double-Feature Apparently Part Three
My dad used to make these eggs for me when I was little. He never told me the recipe, though. It took me 15 years to perfect it, and I don’t feel like you guys should miss out. Scrambled Eggs Recipe That You Will Always Use Forever. 3 Eggs 1 Bag Shredded Cheddar Cheese Bread Crumbs, Italian Style 1 Stick Butter Grease a biggish pan up with Pam spray. Use a lot, as these eggs tend...
CulUNAry Way-Late Double Feature Part 2
I actually meant to do this the day of the last post, but my computer froze and then I got annoyed and gave up. My grandma saw this recipe on the Tele, and thought we would give it a go. Credit goes to Paula Deen and my Grandma, as she worked hard on this. She wrote the recipe down for me as follows: Paula Deen’s Orange Coffee Cake Heat Oven to 350* 1/2 cup Confectioner’s...
CulUNary Double Feature Part 1: Onion Soup
I’m using Imageshack now to host the images. Click on the thumbnail to see it in full size. If you’re one of those people that gets bad gas from lots of onions, (and I don’t know who doesn’t,) avoid this recipe. It tastes rather good, but I was rolling around my bed all night going ‘uuuuuugh.’ The enormous amount of cheese I put on top probably didn’t...
Yet Another Pasta Dish
This time, I’ve actually got a recipe for you. It comes straight from my family. The perfect recipe for Bowties and Shrimp. Salt Pepper 1Tsp Garlic A Stick of Butter Bottle of Olive Oil 1/2 lb. Shrimp 1 Box Bowtie Noodles Fresh, Ripe Honeydew as a dessert. Start a pot of salted water boiling. While you’re waiting for that, start the sauce. Melt about a stick or so of...
So yesterday, for the first time in my life, I made spaghetti out of pure necessity. Now, I’ve always loved spaghetti, especially when coated in margarine, but making it was a very different experience for me. My memory fades back to when I used to enjoy medieval night with my father. He would make orzo and smoked salmon, and we would enjoy that at the table, just father and son. Those...
Coq Au Vin
After finishing off the last of the Boeuf Bourgblabla, we decided to find a recipe equally hard to spell. The correct pronunciation for this one is “Coke-oh-vawn.” This one we started a little late, and it was not without its problems. For the most part, all of us had mentioned but had simultaneously forgotten to read the whole recipe before starting. As a result, we had begun to...
Approximately two weeks ago, my family and I saw the film “Julie/Julia.” It was so immensely inspiring that, despite my hunger and general annoyance because of God-knows-what, we headed to the store and bought Julia’s cookbook. We proceeded to look up the recipe for Boeuf Bourguignon (which I had to spell check on Google.) We went to a couple other stores after that to pick up...