Large Cooking Kettles. Cooking Vegetable Oils. Cooking A Ham Shank

Large Cooking Kettles

large cooking kettles
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Butternut Squash Soup (with recipe!)
Butternut Squash Soup (with recipe!)
Butternut Squash Soup - Butternut Squash - One stick of unsalted butter - White sugar and brown sugar - Balsalmic vinegar - Fresh basil or other herbs (sage is nice) - Large onion, medium diced - 1 or 2 carrots, chopped medium - 1 quart or more of chicken or vegetable stock - Pine nuts 1. Peel the squash with a vegetable peeler, then halve and remove seeds. Cut into one-inch cubes and put into a large bowl. Sprinkle in some salt and pepper. 2. In a heavy skillet, warm a stick of unsalted butter over medium heat until it stops bubbling and starts to brown ever so slightly. Add to the butter 1.5 tbsp sugar, 1.5 tbsp brown sugar, and 3 or 4 tbsp balsalmic vinegar. Stir to dissolve the sugars and put in a small handful of herbs -- I used dried basil flower heads. Other tasty ideas for this mixture: sage for the herbs, or molasses for some of the sugar content. 3. Pour the butter mixture over the squash pieces and tumble them around to coat them. Spread squash pieces on a large rimmed baking sheet (use a spatula to get the last bits of the butter mix) and bake at 400° for 45-50 minutes. Squash should be caramelized and browned a bit at the tips and corners. Take out of the oven and let cool a bit. Puree in a food processer, adding some soup stock to thin it out if necessary. 4. Heat some olive oil in a large soup kettle over medium heat and add the diced onion and some salt and pepper. Stir to keep from sticking. When the onion is quite softened (not translucent), add in chopped carrots. Stir and cook until the carrots have sweated a bit, then pour in your quart of soup stock. 5. Bring to a simmer, then add the squash puree and stir to combine. You may need to add more soup stock to thin it out more, depending on the size of your squash. (I had a monster squash and needed nearly 1.5 quarts of stock to finish it.) Let it simmer on low for a bit while you prepare the pine nuts and fresh herbs: 6. To toast pine nuts, put them in a single layer in a heavy, dry skillet over medium heat. Do not leave this skillet unattended! Shake the skillet as it heats up and the nuts start to toast ever so slightly, and remove them from the pan as soon as they appear done -- golden brown in parts. 7. Serve hot with toasted pine nuts and torn fresh herbs. Yummy and very filling! For a truly rich addition, stir in a little cream or plain yogurt at the end -- but I thought it was very creamy all by itself!
potato, green bean, and egg salad
potato, green bean, and egg salad
Recipe used: Potato Salad with Green Beans and Hard-Cooked Eggs (160) I brought this massive bucket of potato salad to Electro Circus, and all my friends who tried it said it was awesome. Here's the recipe (adapted somewhat from the original to fit what I had on hand) for those who might want it. 1 large dark red onion, finely diced 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar salt and pepper 1/2 cup olive oil 3 pounds boiling or waxy potatoes (I used a mixture of fingerling Yukon Golds and purple potatoes) 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 3 large garlic cloves, pounded or put through a press 3 tablespoons capers 1 green bell pepper, diced 2 small fennel bulbs, diced 1 1/2 tablespoons dried marjoram 1 tablespoon thyme 8 ounces green beans, tipped and tailed 4 hard-boiled eggs, quartered fennel leaves for garnish Put the diced onion in a strainer. Bring a kettle of water to boil and pour it slowly over the onion. Shake the onion dry and put it in a large salad bowl. Add the vinegar, 1 teaspoon salt, several pinches of pepper, and the oil and set aside. Cook the potatoes, then peel and slice them. While still warm, add them to the onion along with the mustard, garlic, and capers. Toss gently with a soft rubber spatula. Add the bell pepper, fennel, and herbs and toss once more. Taste for salt and pepper. Boil the green beans in salted water until tender; drain, rinse under cold water, and pat dry. Toss the beans with a little olive oil. Arrange the potato salad in a wide, shallow Spanish casserole or gratin dish and scatter the beans on top. (I mixed it all in a giant plastic container.) Garnish with the eggs and fennel leaves. Tip the dish to get a little dressing and spoon it over the yolks so they don't dry out. Toss just before serving, or carefully lift out so that each portion has a judicious amount of potatoes, beans, and eggs.

large cooking kettles
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