Do you love to cook or are you interested in cooking? This might be the podcast you're looking for. Recipes, food history, stories, everything you could want and more all in a neat 5-10 minute package.
5-10 Minute Episodes 5 Days A Week
Monday - Meals in 30 minutes or less Tuesday and Thursday - Food History Wednesday - Varied Friday - Everything I know about...
A delicious and elegant meal which you would easily pay $24 for at a trendy bistro but you can make it at home in under 30 minutes.
Check out the written version for more details and the full recipe right here
It is a far fall from the white linened tables of the best restaurants in the world to the colouring book placemats of big box restaurants but that is precisely the journey that the chocolate lava cake has taken. This is the tale of two cakes, of two chefs, and the brief history of the ooey gooey center of the chocolate lava cake.
Today I walk you through making one of my wife's go to meals. She will make this at the beginning of the week and then use it for lunches over the next few days. It is a delicious and filling salad that I am excited to share with you. Check it out!!
Once there was darkness in the world, but then a humble plumber living in the frozen waste land of the north created a masterpiece that brought light to a cold world. This is the brief history of ranch
From their home in Prince Edward Island, and humble beginnings Cows has become renowned for quality. Whether it is their ice cream, award winning cheeses, butter, or t-shirts you know it's going to be good.
Today on the podcast we take a look at how to make pork fried rice in under 30 minutes from scratch. Check it out! And to see the written version go to https://howtonotburnshit.com/pork-fried-rice-30-minutes-or-less/
This episode is sponsored by www.thinkturkey.ca
Today on the podcast we take a look at a old way of cooking with turkey done with a modern twist.
For the full recipe break down go to www.howtonotburnshit.com
Knowing how to cook a steak perfectly is awesome. But there is way more to cooking meat than that. This is a chef's guide to cooking not just the glamour cuts, but the lesser known cuts as well.
Invented as a way to keep college football players hydrated just over 50 years ago, Gatorade is now one of the biggest brands in the world. Find out everything you ever wanted to know about your favourite sports drink.
We have all seen it. Well lit pictures of food that look to good to be true. Oozing egg yolks and slowly cascading parmesan cheese. Food porn has become a serious problem, but what can be done? Find out here?
Today, as we do on Mondays we make a dish in 30 minutes or less. This week we make bangers and mash with mushroom red wine gravy. This is a "gotta make"!
At first there was nothing, and then there was sunshine in a glass. Looking into thr history of Minute Maid takes a lot of concentration. Look beyond the pulp, this is the brief history of minute maid.
"I cannot believe its not Mexican Food" Old El Paso has been around for A long time. Itnhas introduce generations of people to the idea of Mexican food without really being Mexican food. This is the brief history of Old El Paso
Today we are doing something a little different on Food In Five. Rather than our usual Thursday Brief History, I am joined by Stacy Moritz, owner of Secret Aardvark Trading Co. Which is a company that makes a series of really delicious hot sauces. And we talk about the past, present, and future or her company.
You can chef out Secret Aardvark at https://secretaardvark.com/
or on social media at Secret Aardvark
I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did.
Want a quick and delicious dinner? Every Monday I share a recipe that can be made in 30 minutes or less. This week it is chicken pesto and garden salad with homemade french dressing. Check out the written version of this at www.howtonotburnshit.com
A staple of dorm rooms the world over instant ramen is a cheap, easy and delicious food. But there is more than meets the eye to this little noodle blocks. Join me as we take a look at the brief history of instant ramen.
Stared at the dawn of the 20th century, Mars corp has a long and interesting history. In this episode of food history, we take a look at the brief history of the company behind more iconic brands than I can name, Mars.
We've all been coated in orange dust, all experienced the crunch. We've all felt miracle that is a cheese puff melting on our tongues. Today, today my friends, we discover the origins of our favourite snake. Today, we take a look at the brief history of the cheese puff.
North American Chinese food is a thing unto itself. I grew up eating, my first jib was cooking it, and i love it with all my heart. In this two part series I'm going to tell you, everything I know about Chinese Food
We rely heavily on that fridge sitting in our kitchen. But it wasn't that long ago that cold food was a luxury. Find out about the chilly and interesting history of the hardest working appliance in your house.
How do you like your celery flavoured jell-o? Oh, you don't? Yes, that was really a jell-o flavour. What other mysteries are waiting below the shimmering jiggly surface of the j-e-l-l-o? Find out as we go deep in the the brief history of jell-o.
For most of human history the average person got their recipes by learning them from their parents. But that doesn't mean that people haven't been writing down recipes for a very long time. Do you know when the first recipe was written?
If your New Years resolution is to take off some weight than this is the episode for you. Healthy food doesn't have to be bland. So, you can go down a few notches on your belt without compromising flavour. facebook.com/benkellycooks instagram.com/chefbenkelly twitter.com/chefbenkelly chefbenkelly.com howtonotburnshit.com
This week I will be answering google auto complete "What is the best way to cook"... beets, pork chops and more.
Last episode of 2018!
For over 2500 years people have been drinking hot chocolate. How much has it changed?
The fatty, salty, porky flavour of bacon is the perfect combination. But what do you really know about the stuff? More importantly, what don't you know about bacon that you should?
This week I will be answering questions about cooking oils, the difference between restaurant food and home cooked food and how to make popcorn on the stove. This and more!
In the fifth and final installment of my series on the classic French mother sauces we will be looking into Espagnole. Possibly the most versatile of all the mother sauces.
This is an absolute do not miss.
This week we will be getting to know butternut squash. How to buy it, prepare it, and pair it.
For the written version of this post and and a delicious squash soup recipe go to howtonotburnshit.com
This week I will be answering questions about resting steak, shipping baked goods, and more. Check it out.
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Love it or hate it, fruitcake is a human tradition that dates back to the Ancient Romans and even the Ancient Egyptians.
There is a lot I didn't know about this divisive holiday staple. What don't you know about it?
The fourth and most popular sauce in our Classic Mother Sauce series Hollandaise. Learn how to make it, what can go wrong, troubleshooting, and how to make other sauces from Hollandaise. You may be surprised at how accessable the whole process is.
From a humble monk named Gregory to the Queen of England gingerbread has a long and storied past. Join me as I answer that one question that has been keeping us all up at night...What's the deal with gingerbread?
What steak is right for you? How do you cook a steak at home? What's the difference between a strip loin and a sirloin? Get all the answers and much more as I share with you everything I know about steak.
What if there was a way that you could know everything you wanted to know about an ingredient before you bought it? What if everytime you saw something new in the grocery store you just knew everything about it? Would you try new things more often? What if I told you this was all possible?
Thanksgiving can be stressful. You are cooking way more food than you are used to. And for way more people than you are used to. But use these tips from a professional chef and make your Thanksgiving Day a breeze.
From frozen rice porridge in Ancient China, to Mountain Snow in Rome, the quest for icecream has been on going for thousands of years. Find out everything you didn't know you didn't know about icecream
From working class hero to Kardashian-esque. Anthony Bourdain helped pull the veil back on the raunchiest parts of the restaurant industry. But now he has become the very thing he has always hated most.
From the Mongols, to the German's, all the way to Oklahoma. Where did the hamburger come from? Who invented it? How did it become so intertwined with the fabric of our culture? Find out here as we explore a brief history of the hamburger.
From Burmese immigrants to Thailand, to a enterprising 1930's shop owner, to your kitchen table. How has sriracha climbed the culture popularity ladder and become both the prom king and queen of our taste buds and hearts? Find out here.
Cooking Easter dinner is a challenge. There are a lot of things you have to keep in mind and it seems like you have to bend time and space to have everything ready at the same time. Let this guide ease your mind and make your Easter a breeze.
Food porn has become a serious issue in our society. It has taken over our television screen and our social media feeds. But what can be done? How can something so beautiful be so bad? And who should we turn to for help?