Shredded Chicken Cobb Salad Recipe with Citrus Vinaigrette

Shredded Chicken Cobb Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette-green-leaves-orange bowl-COOKINGONTHEWEEKENDS.COM

Brunoise, chiffonade, mince, rough chop, large dice, thin slices, and grated -- these are just a few of the many ways foods can be cut before they are added to recipes.  And the entire vibe of a dish can depend on how the ingredients are cut.  The size and shape of each ingredient can be as important as the cooking … [Read more...]

Miso Gai Lan Egg Soup Recipe

Miso Gai Lan and Egg Soup Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

It's almost Chinese New Year -- it's this Friday, the 31st and I suggest serving this super delicious soup after the Crispy Garlic Ginger Bok Choy Chips that we made on Monday.Gai Lan.  Ever heard of it?Well if you haven't, you'll start to more and more because a little birdie told me it's going to be "the new … [Read more...]

How To Hard Boil Eggs

How To Hard Boil Eggs | Cooking On The Weekends

This might not be the most exciting topic I've written about (and by "might not," I mean it's on the boring side) -- however,  it's an important lesson.  In the cooking world, anyway. ;-)If you don't know a good technique for hard boiling eggs, you might ruin perfectly good eggs.  (Don't do that!)There are many … [Read more...]

Beet Pickled Eggs

Beet Pickled Eggs | Cooking On The Weekends

An Easter recipe, a cool art project, a beautiful work of art, and an incredibly delicious snack -- that's exactly what Beet Pickled Eggs are.After using all my pickled beets in the kale sprout salad last week, I reserved the beet brine, knowing I wanted to use it for something.  I had no idea what, though.As I … [Read more...]