Making Pickles

Quickles : DIY Pickles That Take Only 10 Minutes to Make

Pickles are one of those rare foods that most people love, but never even think of making. Most home cooks shy away from making pickles because they take time and patience, and because the grocery store option is both cheap and delicious. I'm very much one of those people who ...more

How To : Make tamarind red chili pickles

In this tutorial, we learn how to make tamarind red chili pickles. This is made by grinding up ripe red chilies with tamarind. After you do this, you will make sure the combination is well combined by stirring again with a spoon. When this is finished, heat up a skillet with o ...more

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How To : Make pickled ginger for sushi or gari

Japanese cuisine is a favorite of many rail-thin celebs for a reason: It's both delicious (luxurious may be a better word) and really, really healthy. That's because true Japanese cuisine is made mostly of raw ingredients - fish and a lot of vegetables. Inject some authentic ...more

How To : Make Indian pickles at home

This video demonstrates the making of mango pickle without using oil. Take a few raw mangoes and peel them, cut them into small pieces and remove the seeds. Do not throw away the peels as these can be used crushed in mint chutney. In a bowl, mix table salt, red chili powder (m ...more

How To : Make pickled ginger for sushi

No sushi dinner is complete without the pickled ginger. Ginger is used between sushi courses to cleanse the palette and get you ready for the next delicacy. Ginger is a necessary side dish for sushi, so if you are planning on making your own Japanese food, check out this tutor ...more

How To : Make Pakistani chilli achar/ pickled jalapenos

This video will show your how prepare your own pickled jalapenos in a Pakistani cuisine style also known as chilli achar. You will want to have 15 or 20 green chillis on hand which you will chop. You will need masala which you can make the masala by grounding all your seed unt ...more

How To : Prepare a classic summertime potato salad

Join Mark Law as he takes advantage of the last days of summer and packs an eco-friendly picnic using Recycline's Preserve Kitchen Ware. Exclusive to Whole Foods Market, Preserve Kitchen is made from 100% recycled materials and makes the perfect container for Mark's recipe for ...more

How To : Make futomaki sushi & California rolls

Ever wonder how to make futomaki sushi and California rolls? Cut ingredients for filling. Remove both ends of cucumber. Make 6 cucumber sticks. Cut avocado in ½, twist, remove seed. Remove peel. Slice into thin pieces. Cut shiitake mushrooms into fine strips. Cut barbequed eel ...more

How To : Pickle peppers

Patricia Aaron shows us how to safely pickle peppers. Pickling is one of the earliest known methods of preserving food. She starts by describing the various types of peppers. To pickle peppers you need a brine made with vinegar, water, sugar, canning salt (not table salt), and ...more

How To : Bake spicy scallop and avocado maki

What is maki? Maki is a classic Japanese dish consisting of sushi and raw vegetables, wrapped in seaweed. Sounds good, right? Well, this spicy, baked scallop and avocado maki sushi is sure to be the best maki you've ever tasted. Try it out. This funky-looking maki roll is not ...more

How To : Make a Chicago hot dog on a poppy seed bun

This video shows the secret of making a Chicago hot dog on a poppy seed bun. First brush the egg white on the top of the sliced buns, sprinkle some poppy seeds and place in the oven for 5 minutes. Dump the hot dog covered in boiling water for 12 minutes. Mix neon relish with 1 ...more

How To : Prepare classic Chicago style hot dogs

Tune into this hot dog how-to video and watch host Scott Herbert get frank about his passion for Chicago-style hot dogs. Also, learn the secret to a frosty root beer float that's especially sweet when made with Whole Foods Market's 365 Everyday Value root beer crafted with can ...more

How To : Pickle fresh cucumbers with garlic and vinegar

Making homemade pickles at home is a lot less expensive than buy them. Watch this how to video to learn how to pickle homegrown cucumbers. If you don't grow cucumbers, buy them at a grocery store. Add some fresh garlic, dill, water, vinegar, and pickling salt to your jar and y ...more

How To : Make tuna salad

In this video you can learn how to make tuna salad. It is easy to make and fondly remembered too. Drain the tuna as well as you can and place it in a mixing bowl. Add the mayonnaise and stir it into the tuna. Add chopped pickles or pickle relish, diced celery, and optional cap ...more

News : Marouch

Looking for frog legs or authentic Armenian and Middle Eastern cuisines? Then Marouch is the ideal place for you to go. Marouch is in the center of a strip mall next to a 7/11 and a fast food Philippine restaurant. Marouch is a restaurant, which one might not consider fancy, b ...more

How To : Make homemade kimchi

Kimchi can be spelled in a variety of ways (gimchi, kimchee, kim tee), but what is it exactly? It's a Korean pickled dish made with vegetables and varied seasonings, and it's the most common side dish in South Korea. In this video tutorial, you'll gain the recipe for making ki ...more

HowTo : Clone a White Castle Slider

Serious Eats' Burger Lab offers an extensive guide to making sliders at home. For those who have not sampled the beloved American classic, a slider is NOT just a mini hamburger. Nope, there's much more to it than that. "Invented in Wichita, Kansas, in 1916 by Walter Anderson ...more

How To : Make no-bake burger cookies

In this tutorial, we learn how to make no-bake burger cookies. To make these, you will need: Nilla wafers, grasshopper cookies, honey, red icing tube, yellow icing tube, and green icing tube. Now, take two Nilla wafers and sprinkle the icing onto each side, making it look like ...more

How To : Make a Cold Japanese Soba Noodle Salad

This summer, I am looking forward to eating light. Lately I've been eating a lot of cold noodles, whether it be pasta salads or cold soba noodles with vegetables. I took inspiration for classic Japanese soba tsuyu dishes to compose this dish. Mine includes four different veget ...more

How To : Make fermented cabbage sauerkraut in a kitchen jar

In this tutorial, "Inside Park" chef Matthew Weingarten demonstrates how to make the best sauerkraut you've ever tasted. You will learn how to make sauerkraut by fermenting cabbage. This is quite easy to do and makes a delicious addition to any meal. This process is similar to ...more

How To : Build Your Own Terrarium

Do you have a green thumb but an extremely limited living space? Try building your own DIY terrarium. All you need is a clear glass or plastic container, a few of your favorite plants, and some cheap gardening supplies to start your own self-contained, self-sustained miniature ...more

How To : Make spicy salmon maki sushi rolls

Maki is a great Japanese sushi dish consisting of sushi and raw vegetables, wrapped in seaweed. Well, if you want to make your own maki at home, learn from a professional, like in this video. He'll teach you how to make the perfect spicy salmon maki sushi roll. Jacky Poon of ...more

How To : Know if you're pregnant

There are signs you're having a baby even before you miss a period. You Will Need: * A knowledge of physical symptoms * A home pregnancy kit * Access to a clinic or doctor's office Step 1: Look for physical signs Pay attention to your body. Symptoms like fatigue, swollen or t ...more

How To : Prepare, roll, and cut a vegetable sushi roll

Vegetables sushi rolls are a very healthy and delicious alternative to a lot of the trans fat food we eat today. It has this delicious fresh crunch to it which makes you crave it even more. Follow along in these five cooking how-to videos to learn how to prepare, roll and cut ...more

How To : Pickle cabbage

A clear and easy method of making the traditional and healthy Russian food pickled cabbage is displayed in this video. Our chef begins by highlighting the nutritional values of the food, then goes on to detail the type of cabbage suitable for the dish. The chef then demonstrat ...more

How To : Make an easy potato salad

This video demonstrates how to prepare Potato Salad and Deviled Eggs. To begin making potato salad, peel and cube potatoes. Try to make sure they are all the same size. You will need 8 potatoes. Add potatoes to boiling water. Don’t overcook. Drain and chill in the refrigerator ...more

How To : Use Mason Jars with a Blender

A mason jar is a great way to preserve your food, but did you know that you could use a mason jar with a blender? Make blended items that can be stored by using a mason jar with your blender. Step 1: Remove the base of the blender Remove the base from the blender’s pitcher ...more

How To : Make fresh rolled sushi

Learn how to make delicious sushi like a real chef. You may think sushi is just raw fish, but you’d only be half right. It’s actually the combination of fish and rice – and how it’s combined is an art form in itself. You Will Need * At least a quarter-pound of trimmed, uncook ...more

News : OL's Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner in L.A.

Los Angeles is filled with a myriad of options restaurant wise for all of your foodie needs. I am indeed a foodie, but there is nothing better to me then simple produce inspired plates. Here are three of my favorite spots in Los Angeles to find great organic treats all around ...more

How To : Pick healthy sushi rolls

Just like any meal choice you can make more or less healthy options when eating sushi. Some ingredients are particularly calorie packed. If you’re watching your weight know where the hidden calories are and if your really conscientious you can try sashimi. While the basic ing ...more

Ingredients 101 : The Know-It-All Guide to Peppers

You can find chili peppers in practically every cuisine. From the sweet Italian variety to the spicy Thai bird's chili and the smoky Mexican chipotle, peppers are ubiquitous and universally loved. But if you find the range and scope of these little fireballs overwhelming, you' ...more

News : You're Eating Mold & You Don't Even Know It

Koji is a culture made up of a certain fungus (mold) called Aspergillus oryzae, which has been used to ferment rice and soybeans in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean kitchens for centuries. Koji can actually have other involved fungi, but Aspergillus oryzae is the most common, and ...more

How To : 8 Easy Ways to Enjoy Eating Octopus

The octopus is famous for its bulbous head, enormous eyes, and four pairs of long arms. The stuff of legends and nightmares, octopi have been featured in stories, artwork, and meals galore. But how do you eat this distinctive looking, bilaterally symmetrical sea creature? Her ...more

How To : Make Garlic-Infused Olive Oil & Vinegar at Home

Garlic—it stinks so good! It's one of nature's most wondrous foods, being both delicious and incredibly healthy. What's not to love? Well, it is kind of a pain to prep, whether you're peeling a couple of cloves for a sauce or a whole head and trying to mince it finely. One way ...more

How To : The Absolute Best Way to Prepare & Cook Artichokes

You've probably noticed artichokes at the front and center of your local grocery store or farmer's market recently, as spring is artichoke season; They may look like strange, complicated vegetables if you've never cooked them before. Don't Miss: How to Select Veggies at Their ...more

How To : 6 Wonderfully Weird Sorbet Flavors You Have to Try

Ah, the sensation of that first bite of sorbet in the heat of summertime: icy, refreshing, decadent in flavor and texture. We love sorbet almost as much as we love ice cream, and making it at home is actually pretty simple. Most recipes call for just water, sugar, and a base f ...more

How To : 5 Shortcuts to Making Killer Breakfasts in a Hurry

Personally, I think everyone should have the freedom to sit down and enjoy a delicious breakfast each morning... but that isn't always attainable, especially because of the prep work and cook time that tasty meals often require. Don't Miss: How to Make a Full Breakfast Withou ...more

How To : 5 Awesome Culinary Uses for Mason Jars

I have a confession: I hoard glass jars. I buy mason jars whenever I get the chance. When I finish a jar of pickles or mayonnaise, there's no way that glass jar is going in the recycling (thankfully, they're easy to de-stink). And when my sister gives me a basket of her homema ...more

How To : Keep Your Sandwiches from Getting Soggy

I'm a firm believer that a sandwich is the ultimate food. It's filling, but not heavy; it has carbs, protein, veggies, and sauces; and it's easily customizable. Add that all up and you've got the absolutely perfect lunch. Yet like most great things in life, there's a “but” th ...more

How To : 10 Smart Storage Hacks for Your Small Kitchen

There are a lot of frustrations when you're dealing with cramped living quarters, but you can do a lot of good cooking in your tiny kitchen if you make the most of your space. These storage hacks will make it easy to cook delicious meals, no matter how limited your square foot ...more

Skip the Drive Thru : DIY Big Mac Recipe

The secret to making a (healthier) Big Mac replica is all in the sauce. Gotta get that special sauce just right. Local Lemon does a somewhat gourmet spin on the classic fast food burger, ultimately aiming for true authenticity. "To mimic the sauce, I made an olive oil aioli a ...more

How To : An Exhaustive Guide to Burgers

From A Hamburger Today: your guide to regional hamburger and cheeseburger styles. What red-blooded American doesn't love hamburgers? Think you're an enthusiast? Think again. There's more to the burger than the Big Mac (though the Big Mac is included in this guide, of course). ...more

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