That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.
Sophie The Christmas
Al's Cafe Presents how to make a Organic Lobster Mac & Cheese~!
Al's Cafe Presents how to make Ossobuco.
Ossobuco or osso buco is Italian for "bone with a hole" (osso "bone", buco "hole"), a reference to the marrow hole at the centre of the cross-cut veal shank. In the Milanese variant of the Lombard language, this dish's name is òss bus.
From start to finish, Al's Cafe shows you how to make Ossobuco in your own kitchen. It helps to have a good roasting pan. The one used in this show is a Le Creuset enamal lined cast iron roaster. Everyone will be impressed with this presentation when you set it in the middle of the table. This recipe is for a family of 4 buffet style.
Al's Cafe Presents how to make a California Roll Sushi
A California roll or California maki is a makizushi sushi roll that is usually rolled inside-out, and containing cucumber, crab or imitation crab, and avocado. Sometimes crab salad is substituted for the crab stick, and often the outer layer of rice in an inside-out roll (uramaki) is sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds or roe such as tobiko from flying fish.
As one of the most popular styles of sushi in the United States and Canada, the California roll has been influential in sushi's global popularity, and in inspiring sushi chefs around the world to create non-traditional fusion cuisine.
Al's Cafe Presents how to make Coquilles Saint Jacques.
Although coquilles St-Jacques simply means "scallops" in French, in the idiom of American cooks, the term is synonymous with the old French dish of scallops poached in white wine, placed atop a purée of mushrooms in a scallop shell, covered with a sauce made of the scallop poaching liquid, and gratinéed under a broiler
Al's Cafe Presents this easy to make soup Manhattan Clam Chowder.
Manhattan clam chowder is a soup traditionally made from clams, pork, herbs, tomatoes, and other vegetables. Despite its name, it originated in Rhode Island, NOT Manhattan.
Clam chowder, in its cream-based, New England version, has existed since the mid-18th Century, and no mention of any Manhattan chowder has been found that predates the 1930s. Many restaurants in northern Rhode Island sell both red and white chowders, while the US southern coast favors clear and white chowders. Often they are served alongside clam cakes.
According to Alton Brown, who pointed this out in the installment of his program Good Eats titled "Send In The Clams," the use of tomatoes instead of milk was initially the work of Portuguese immigrants in Rhode Island, as tomato-based stews were already a traditional part of Portuguese cuisine. New Englanders called this modified version Manhattan-style clam chowder as a pejorative because, in their snide view, calling someone a New Yorker was an insult!
Al's Cafe Presents The Omega Juicer J8006HDC Review.
Benefits and operation of a fantastic juicer that does more than just juice. It makes nut butters and nut and soy milks like almond milk and peanut butter. It can make pasta, baby food, desserts and even grinds coffee.
Sophie The Christmas
Al's Cafe Presents Braised Beef Short Ribs
This is the sort of food you'll pay top dollar for at fine dining restaurants but is actually very easy to make. Wine provides a complexity and depth of flavor so you only need a few ingredients!