Searing is the wonderful technique that gets you the crust you love on your steak - you know what we’re talking about. That's because searing is literally cooking all sides of your meat over a high heat until that crust forms. Why sear meat? It develops incredible flavor, and it does so by locking in all that juice so as the meat begins to cook through the flavor is sealed in. This result is a steak, for instance, that has a spectacularly caramelized crust that is contrasted by a tender and juicy inside making a melt-in-your-mouth delight!
Many of you have heard of a coddled egg. It's delicious, with a silky and luscious yolk and tender white that you've probably enjoyed over brunch. But what is coddling? In the days of yore, coddling was something you did to fruit. Today, it’s eggs. Tomorrow who knows, that’s the excitement of cooking trends, no? Let's see what it's all about.
Sweeten up happy hour with this berry-infused beer drink. Fresh muddled blackberries, tart lemon juice and a fruity pale ale is sweetened with a touch of agave in this deliciously addictive Berry Beer Black Cocktail.
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