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Chef Gruber Reviews
  1. Atlanta Culinary School Hosts Summer Harvest fESTIVALSun, 09 Aug 2009 00:06:10 EST
    ATLANTA (July 9, 2009) – The Slow Food on Campus Club at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Atlanta (LCB) will host its second "Summer Harvest Market" on August 30, 2009 at the Tucker campus, 1927 Lakeside Parkway, from 10 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. For more information about this event, visit our website www.slowfoodlcb.com. More...
  2. Chef Gruber Shares A Blow Their Mind Side Dish RecipeTue, 16 Jun 2009 10:27:22 EST
    Now that grilling season is in full swing, you are probably getting invitations to many cookouts or perhaps are having more outdoor gatherings yourself. Chances are that you are either asked to make a side dish to bring to a gathering, or are trying to present something at your own cookout that is a little different. Why not try the recipe Ive developed below? It is a refreshing, tangy and light dish to serve in the heat of the summer, not to mention a great departure from the usual baked beans and potato salad. This dish is sure to please everybody's taste buds, and make you look like a master chef, as well. More...
  3. How To Make A Spinach And Mushroom Quiche For Your FamilyTue, 07 Apr 2009 17:53:53 EST
    by Chef Gruber, Quiche is a wonderfully easy, versatile dish that can be eaten at any time of the day. Derived from the French version of the German Kuchen, meaning "little cake," quiche is a savory custardeggs mixed with creamusually baked in a pie or tart crust. Quiche is quite simply an egg, dairy and cheese combination baked to a custard-like consistency in a shell. The fun part of quiche, however, is adding any vegetable, herb or meat ingredients that strike your fancy. The following recipe will teach you how to make a basic quiche, but don't be afraid to get creative as you go along! Below is a modified chef approved recipe for making quiche at home, More...
  4. Chef Jae Gruber's---Food for thought on Valentines Day! Wed, 11 Feb 2009 13:34:38 EST
    by Chef Jae Gruber, Are you wondering if you should go out to dinner for Valentines Day or make a special dinner at home? While I cannot give you a perfect answer, I did take an informal survey of some of my friends and colleagues about what they would consider the perfect Valentines Day meal. I only received one common answer, which I will share with you at the end of this article. Aside from that common answer, I received only many ideas, as it would seem that everyone has a different idea of the perfect Valentines Day meal. Many people I spoke with said that if they went out to dinner, they didnt necessarily want to go to the fanciest restaurant in town, but rather the one that they and their partner have always been "meaning to" check out. That could mean the new local pizza place, that Korean restaurant down the street, or the Polish restaurant across town. Those that I talked to indicated that it was not about the price of the meal, it wasabout the adventure. More...
  5. 2009 Food Resolutions That Everyone Can DoMon, 19 Jan 2009 13:31:34 EST
    Chef Jae Gruber, Ah yes, Januarythat time when we all make resolutions: lose weight, exercise more, stop smoking, get organized. I always get a little concerned when I hear people are going on a "diet". It sounds like such a drag and most "diets" work well at first and then laterwell, we all know the story.Why not make what I like to call "Food Resolutions"? Food resolutions can last for a lifetime because they are tasty and good for you. Here are a few: More...
  6. Chef Jae Gruber's Wine Recommendations for the HolidaysFri, 19 Dec 2008 12:10:23 EST
    By Chef Jae Gruber, Hello everyone! Its the holiday season and time to celebrate. Are you wondering what wines may go with your holiday dinner? Or are you looking for a great bottle of wine to give to that "foodie" friend that you know? I have several great ideas for you. Pinot Noir! This happens to be my favorite grape and a wine that I consider to be the most "food friendly". In fact, I wish I had mentioned it to you for Thanksgiving, since it goes great with turkey. Yet, I know many people make turkey for Thanksgiving as well. Pinot Noir also goes well with salmon, halibut, mushrooms, sausages and mild and creamy cheeses. This is a great wine for the person that is not ready for intense Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Zinfandel or any of the "in your face" Italian and Spanish red wines. Here are some of my favorite Pinot Noir recommendations: More...
  1. Basmati Brown Rice PulavTue, 01 Aug 2017 08:18:25 -0500
    Yes it is brown rice, the unmilled, unrefined, unprocessed form of white rice. Brown Basmati rice is the healthy gluten free option which will help you meet all your nutrition requirements without compromising on taste and diet. More...
  2. Buy Fresh Fish: Buying, Storing and Healthy BenefitsMon, 10 Jul 2017 14:38:45 -0500
    Seafood is good for health, versatile, delicious and cooks in within minutes. So why are several people shying away from buying fresh fish online? More...
  3. Five Types of Dals and Their Health BenefitsThu, 06 Jul 2017 08:05:18 -0500
    A very common and nutritious ingredient in any Indian meal is Dal. Also known as pulses, they are described as the dried edible seeds of cultivated legumes. Pulses belong to the peas, beans and lentils family. More...
  4. Easy Crock Pot Dinner Recipes That You Can't MissWed, 28 Jun 2017 15:32:43 -0500
    In the mood for a hearty, home-cooked meal for dinner? You won't go wrong with these easy crock pot dinner recipes! More...
  5. Comfort Food for Winter DaysThu, 25 May 2017 08:10:31 -0500
    When winter arrives we want to snuggle under the covers and watch movies all day long. With that we want to enjoy delicious warm foods that make us feel comfortable and cosy. Everyone has their favourite winter dish and here are few of the popular ones. More...
Food And Drnks-Cooking Tips
  1. Phyllo DemystifiedMon, 13 Nov 2017 15:32:52 -0600
    One of the hardest elements of Greek cooking is getting pastry using Phyllo (or 'fillo') Dough right. This article cuts through the fog and shows how easy working with phyllo dough really is. More...
  2. How to Reverse Sear A SteakMon, 13 Nov 2017 15:25:36 -0600
    Be honest! Do you really like gagging down an overcooked piece of meat just because you "followed directions"? Are your steaks closely emulating well-beaten shoe leather? I have Good News! You're about to embark on a journey that will lead your grilling to a new level! More...
  3. Some Tasty Cooking TipsThu, 09 Nov 2017 15:12:02 -0600
    An ongoing collection of tasty cooking tips. These will be added to as more tips are uncovered. Applicable to almost any form of cooking, these tips and techniques will enhance any cook's repertoire. More...
  4. The Foil Wrapped Roasting Method RevealedWed, 08 Nov 2017 07:15:35 -0600
    Wrapping and cooking the entire turkey in aluminum foil requires increased oven temperature to ensure a completely cooked turkey. Preheating the oven to 450F actually steams the turkey in its own juices. It produces a moist bird with a light golden, non-crisp skin. The cooking time is reduced due to higher temperatures and the trapped steam inside the foil. More...
  5. Turkey String Lift - How to Do ItTue, 07 Nov 2017 14:59:52 -0600
    One of the most frustrating things about cooking a turkey is moving the bird from the cooking vessel to the cutting board. Myriad tools can be found in almost any store that sells cooking supplies. I prefer a simple and elegant technique that my Grandmother showed me, more years back than I care to remember. More...
  6. Using Coconut Oil to Make Candy for the HolidaysMon, 06 Nov 2017 08:40:29 -0600
    Coconut oil is such a versatile food product that it doesn't only have to be used in the production of cosmetics or as a raw ingredient. It can also be used to make baked desserts during the different holidays. More...
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  1. Award Winning El Jinete Is Here To Serve You Mon, 31 Aug 2009 15:39:40 EST
    The Best Margaritas in Georgia can be found nestled in a quaint Ingle's shopping strip center.Five miles south of the city of Snellville,Ga.,at the intersection of Hwy.124 & Hwy.264 in Centerville, 3303 Centerville Hwy, Suite #7, Snellville, GA 30039, you will find El Jinete Mexican Restaurant.The Margarita Club, a social club that rates margaritas nationwide,gives El Jinete Georgia's top score. As one regular customer explains, " This place is great! I go any time I'm are in mood for Mexican. The staff is very nice and the drinks are to die for. No...for real, they are pretty strong. I recommend this place to anyone looking for a good time and great food. The only reason it gets so crowded on the weekends is because this place is just that good. In fact, I'm going there tonight for a birthday party. More...
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