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How to Make Perfect Breaded Chicken Cutlets

By September 3, 2015 6 comments Permalink

Credit: Brian Hagiwara / Getty Images The breaded cutlet is a venerable meal made all over the world using a variety of meats, most commonly veal, pork, or chicken. The chicken cutlet — which is found in America from fast food chains to red sauce joints, deli counters to fine-dining establishments — is an iconic American dish, readily available…

How to Make Perfect Breaded Chicken Cutlets

By September 1, 2015 no comments Permalink
How to Make Perfect Breaded Chicken Cutlets

The breaded cutlet is a venerable meal made all over the world using a variety of meats, most commonly veal, pork, or chicken…

How to Get the Most Flavor Out of Chicken Thighs

By April 13, 2015 no comments Permalink

Chickens don’t use their wings much beyond pageantry and the occasional flutter. The job of keeping their bulbous bodies off the ground rests primarily on two little feet buttressed by thighs which do most of the heavy lifting. The result is a part of the body defined by muscle of activity and the various chemicals, proteins…

Cooking with Anchovies, the World’s Healthiest, Most Versatile Fish

By April 1, 2015 no comments Permalink

Anchovies has more Omega-3s and calcium than any other fish. Credit: Patrizia Savarese / Getty Images Anchovies get a bad rap. It’s not their fault; in fact, it’s really the fault of pizza, or — more appropriately — the pizzaiolo who thought that draping pungent little fish fillets, dripping in oil over the surface of one of…

How Clyde May’s Whiskey Became the Official Spirit of Alabama

By February 2, 2015 no comments Permalink

Mr. Clyde May returned to his beloved Alabama from World War II with a Purple Heart and Medal of Valor. The decorated war hero also returned to making Alabama moonshine. In the woods southeast of the state capital of Montgomery, in the hills and hollows of the Conecuh Ridge, using fresh spring water, local grains,…