Monthly Archives: July 2014

Chive Flower Vinegar

    I chose to use this wonderful vinegar from The Philippines, made from sugar cane. It’s very mild almost like Champagne vinegar but still 5% so enough acid to make pickles, etc. But you can use any vinegar. I picked about as many Chive flowers as I could find…about a dozen or so for […]

Galantine of Chicken

Start with a fresh, whole chicken. Start by making a cut at the ‘wishbones’, carefully remove them but be careful as the bottom part of the bone can be quite sharp.  Make a cut along the bottom of the bird, then locate the wing bones and make another cut to loosen the joint. Do this […]

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