RECIPE: Turkey, Puerto Rico Style

Still not sure about how to prepare the Thanksgiving bird? While the Pilgrims didn’t get anywhere near the Caribbean, it doesn’t mean you can’t groove to Roasted Turkey with Puerto Rican Flavors, courtesy of Chef Patricia Wilson of Johnson & Wales University and Restaurants & Institutions magazine. TURKEY Ingredients -1/4 cup olive oil-1 teaspoon achiote…
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TRENDS: Eat Well For Less

You don’t need to buy a “top cut” to have a great steak experience.   In these belt-tightening times, how can you eat like a king on a knight’s salary? Justin Marx, CEO of gourmet food purveyor MarxFoods.com, offers three tips on how to eat well in a down economy: 1) Dried mushrooms are a…
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PRODUCT REVIEW: Reveo Gourmet “Virtuoso” Marinator Electric Vacuum Tumbler

No time to marinate before grilling? Pity: Food would taste so much better. Solution: A Reveo Gourmet Marinator. It marinates in just 10 minutes. The original Reveo Gourmet Marivac was very popular. It was hand-operated with a pumping action, needing no electricity, so it could be used outdoors. It reduced marinating time from overnight (or…
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Food & Wine: Wine & Burger Pairings

Morton’s celebrates its 30th birthday with the $19.78 Prime Sirloin Burger— named for the year the restaurant was founded.   If you want a glass of wine, rather than a beer, with that burger, here are some pairing recommendations from Morton’s the Steakhouse: -Blue Cheese, Bacon, Grilled Onions and Mayonnaise These robust flavors need a…
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