Looks like summer is coming more than a month earlier this year. I think you and I are in for a long hot scorching summer. To think we're about 10 degrees hotter here in the Phoenix are than you are in Tucson. We're due 3 days of over 90 this week then we do the mighty drop 2 days later to...
Welcome Musik, I think you'll find the knowledge here to be great as well as finding helpful folks that feel as you and I do about being in the kitchen. There's a ton of information to be had here.
And Nicko that's unfair about the food network. If it hadn't been for Emeril I would never have...
Well I have been known to drink a cocktail or 10 depending on the party! Oh and also depending on whether I have to drive or not. My days of stupidity are thankfully behind me. I finally grew up and realized how damn stupid I was being.
The product that you are looking at seems to be a powder that you'll be adding water to, to marinade your Beef. Seasoning after drying doesn't accomplish much as the seasoning isn't apt to stick to the dried jerky. I happen to personally just marinade my Jerky in soy sauce and dry it out.
Bobby Flay is well known for Southwestern Cuisine as opposed to just TexMex. A large portion of his recipes are derived from New Mexico as opposed to Texas, with a portion of what we here in Arizona call Mexican food. We're even subjected to Mexican-American food here every bit as much as true...
Nevermind about Cooking up a Storm. It's written by Marcelle Bienvenu, with input by Emeril Lagasse and edited by Marcelle and Judy Walker. If I'm not mistaken it's primarily Creole cooking rather than Cajun. Oh and I found it on Amazon.com.
Who wrote it? I've never seen the book but I'd be interested in taking a gander at it! BTW If you don't want to buy Prudommes seasoning substitute Emeril's Essence for it. Works
pretty damn fine I guarantee!
I don't mean to step on any toes but did anyone take the time to think that there may not be a quality Chef in his/her immediate area? I sure don't have one in mine unless you call 35 to 40 miles immediate area.