RIO GRANDE VALLEY, Texas (KVEO) – The unprecedented weather conditions and power outages have left most of Texas wondering how they will heat up their next meal.
As many are going into their second day with no power, the cold they are facing in their homes is not the only problem.
Food people have in their homes is quick to spoil if there is no electricity, and with few places with power, grabbing food to go is also a challenge.
The lifespan for food in a refrigerator without
Good morning. Some are calling it Yardi Gras in New Orleans this year, since no one will be parading around on Fat Tuesday, but staying safe in their house floats instead. It might be good fun to join them for dinner tomorrow night, and if you have a day off today, you might use it to prepare a king cake for that meal’s dessert.
It’s cold where I stay, so I’d like to eat beef stroganoff (above) this evening, or meatloaf stroganoff, or meatballs stroganoff, something with gravy and egg noodles anyway, rich and delightful, with maybe a
Four people from the Mahoning Valley are giving it their all to sautee their way to the top in an online competition.
The competition is called “Favorite Chef,” where cooking extraordinaires from across the globe compete to be the world’s Favorite Chef of 2021.
They would receive $20,000 and be featured in a sponsored double-page spread in one of the largest cooking publications in the world.
The contestants include Bistro 1907 Owner Mark Canzonetta, Mahan Hospitality Group Owner David Mahan, Poland mom Julie Paine and Cockeye BBQ Owner Erik Hoover.
Below is information on each of them from the Favorite
If there’s one thing you’ll always find in Gustavo Romero’s refrigerator, it’s eggs; the Nixta chef will eat breakfast any time of day. But you won’t get to see that for yourself.
“Relish,” a web series from Twin Cities Public Television, originally invited viewers into the home kitchens of local chefs as they prepared dishes from their cultures. That scenario would be too COVID-unfriendly these days. So as producers and co-creators Amy Melin and Brittany Shrimpton were preparing for the show’s third season, which drops its first episode Feb. 18, they had to find another way to highlight the vast
Dallas restaurant owners like George Kaiho have found themselves in double trouble during this week’s winter storm. His apartment in the Dallas Farmers Market hasn’t had power since Monday. And his Thai restaurant Ka-Tip, located on the first floor of the same building, has experienced rolling power outages since Sunday.
Concerned about perishables spoiling at his restaurant, Kaiho started cooking in the dark.
He opened Ka-Tip at 9 a.m. Tuesday, without power, and started grilling “whatever we have available.” His intention was to serve neighbors living in the 3,000-some apartments in the Dallas Farmers Market and make some money during