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Indian Style Pates with Spicy Tomato Chutney

 Indian Style Poultry Pâté with Spicy Tomato Chutney Veal and Pork Pâté with Spicy Tomato Chutney   What is pâté?  What generally comes to mind when people first think of pâté is expensive duck liver or chopped liver.  Both are indeed correct but pâté is not limited to poultry.  Pâté is simply a mixture of […]

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Turkey Basics 101: How to Cut Up the Bird for Roasting and Smoking

All of us have bought whole chickens at the market and have, without thinking twice, cut them up for a variety of uses in our meal preparations.  The pieces can be dredged in seasoned flour and fried to golden perfection.  The parts can be browned and then incorporated as the primary ingredient into many flavorful sautes.  […]

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Roasting a Turkey: Both White and Dark Meat can be Succulent and Moist

One of the greatest challenges of the Thanksgiving feast is being able to present a magnificent eye appealing bird that has palate appeal as well.  How does one prepare the star of the day in a way that allows both the white and dark meats to be juicy and succulent?  I’ve sat down at numerous […]

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