Posted on Jan 21st, 2011
OG Food Gold contributor Sammy Bananas returns!
Who Likes Chicken? Over the past few years I’ve been working on a simple but damn good recipe for Roast Chicken. The result is straightforward and hard to screw up, but a serious mouth waterer. I recently brought this chicken to the annual Fool’s Gold Holiday Potluck, and it seemed to be a hit! Food Gold head chef Elliot practically forced me to give up the recipe, and I’m happy to share. I’ve gotta give a shout here to my lovely girlfriend Mari, who introduced this approach to me, and has helped shape it into a winner. Read below to find out the juicy (and I do mean juicy) details! Read More
Posted on Aug 12th, 2010
Chicken breasts get a terrible rap, mostly because mothers and sons everywhere tend to overcook them into dry oblivion. This week we have a solution to that—wrapping these birds up with a “fancy” Italian pork product (seen above), sprinkling in some freshly grated parmesan cheese and adding a bright finish to the whole shebang by throwing in our secret flavor weapon, lemon zest. Let’s hit the test kitchen and show you how to rock these! Read More
Posted on Apr 20th, 2010
In the event you are like me and are always cooking for beautiful women and inspired, urbane house guests, you will really dig this elegant recipe for lemon/herb crusted cod. Cod has a lovely, subtle flavor (much more delicate than salmon) and takes very little time to prepare. It also pairs well with a nice bottle of fruity white wine. Or fruity house guests, whatever you are into. Knowledge after the jump! Read More
Posted on Mar 31st, 2010
If you’ve been living the way we have the past few weeks, you are probably really excited to eat something healthy, elegant and simple. So, to help you all atone for your taco/Red Bull sins, we present to you a recipe for Broiled Salmon with Lemon Creme Fraiche and Dill. This is that weeknight dinner fly shit! Read More
Posted on Feb 24th, 2010
One of my favorite things to cook when I have a bunch of stuff in my freezer that I want to put to good use (that sounds much more appetizing than “get rid of”) is a risotto. For this one, I used frozen green peas and some frozen shrimp and I was so pleased with the results I decided to share it with all y’all foodies.