Category: Chef’s kitchen

Motorworks Monster and Devils on Horseback

ORLANDO, Fla. — This week’s Chef’s Kitchen feature is a comfort-food approach,  without a fryer.

There is no fryer in the house at Motorworks Brewing, a new joint in downtown Orlando (with the original location in Bradenton).

On deck are two simple recipes, beginning with a cheesy, meaty, and melty sandwich.

“It’s not one-dimensional,” Sales and Marketing Director Barry Elwonger said. “You get a lot going on.”

Motorworks Monster


  • 1 each Media noche roll
  • 2 oumces dark ale mustard
  • 4 ounces barbecue pulled pork
  • 2 ounces sauce
  • 3 slices cheddar cheese
  • 4 ounces macaroni and cheese
  • 1 ounce
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Chefs Open New All-Day Restaurant in Santa Monica

SANTA MONICA, Calif. – Putting the finishing touches on Socalo’s signature chips may not seem like a two-woman job, but chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger are always there for each other to lend a helping hand.

“Good thing we have the both of us. I know this is a very hard job. Very important,” laughed Milliken and Feniger.

That humor and banter is a signature of their 38-year relationship. Milliken and Feniger crossed paths many times in their early careers, but it all culminated in Paris when they decided to officially pair up.



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6 Best Chef’s Knives Reviewed 2020 | Shopping : Food Network

This Miyabi Birchwood was the most expensive knife we tested, but we felt that the sharpness of the blade and precision of its cuts were unmatched. Its wafer-thin asymmetric blades create an exceptionally sharp blade and smooth cutting edge, making it live up to the product’s tagline: Beauty of sharpness. The knife was a pleasure to use and yielded precise cuts for all of the prep tasks: slicing into a tomato was like cutting through paper, our eyes didn’t water at all while cutting into and slicing an onion, there was virtually no bruising on the basil, and no sticking

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The 13 Best Chef’s Knives, According to Experts 2020 | The Strategist

Photo: Disney

Here at the Strategist, we know that finding the “best” product really depends on exactly who you ask — which is why we’ve devoted a new series to squeezing in as many informed, trustworthy opinions as possible. And we’ve come up with dozens of ways to do this, among them: surfacing reader reviews from across the internet, taking quick polls (among our most insane friends and fellow shopping-obsessed Strategist editors), and partaking in some advanced internet snooping.

With that, we’ve rounded up the best chef’s knives —

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Best chef’s knives for 2021: Global, Zwilling, Wusthof and more

Some of the best kitchen tools only cost a few bucks. But if you want a great chef’s knife, you’ll have to be willing to spend a little more. I’ve invested hundreds of dollars in chef’s knives, but I use them every day to slice, dice, cube, mince or, if I’m feeling fancy, chiffonade. A good knife can feel like a dream — and it can make holiday cooking even more fun than usual — but a poorly balanced or dull one can be a pain to use, and can even lead to more cut fingers and other accidents.

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