Monthly Archives: October 2010

Candied Apples

Originally posted October 15th, 2007 by Kris

The classic, candy-coated apples. As the name suggests, the coating is a candy. Candying requires a sugar syrup to be heated to a specific temperature that allows crystals to form in a specific pattern which gives provides the candy with specific characteristics- fudge, caramel, and hard candies like peanut brittle are all “candy” but each have different crystal structures. View recipe

Funnel Cake

Originally posted October 17th, 2007 by Kris

Funnel cakes are a long standing festival or fair food, which can be easily enjoyed at home with a bit of batter and the use of some hot oil. A simple batter is drizzled into oil, forming an attractive and tasty snack. View recipe

Guacamole

Originally posted June 11th, 2007 by Kris

The basic recipe for guacamole as featured on Speaking of Beer, Show #31. View recipe

Baklava

Originally posted September 19th, 2007 by Kris

Baklava is a middle eastern dessert which layers nuts and spices between layers of light and flaky pastry and combined with a honey and lemon flavored syrup. The recipe is simple and straight forward, but the assembly and use of the fillo dough can be challenging when first encountered. View recipe

Food Geeking #4: Late to the Cook Out

Originally posted October 19th, 2007 by Kris

As will be abundantly obvious, this was recorded during the Phoenician “summer” while temperatures were stifling and air conditioning was not optional. Consider this episode an ultimate lure to take the grill out and recapture the final taste of summer before fall and winter take a firm grip… even if you need to wear your mittens. View show contents

Corned Beef

Originally posted June 24th, 2007 by Kris

Corned Beef  is often enjoyed only around St. Patrick’s Day. This recipe allows you to corn your own beef brisket at home. This results in a superior product without use of the preservatives found in commercially prepared corned beef briskets. The recipe is simple and straightforward, but does require significant preparation time. View recipe

Food Geeking – Show #3: Taking It to the Grill

Originally posted September 17th, 2007 by Kris

Food Geeking show number three makes its delinquent appearance. Keep your eyes out for Show #4 which will be available soon. Food Geeking is now on the front burner. View show contents

Food Geeking – Show #2: Salt of the Earth

Originally posted July 13th, 2007 by Kris

Food Geeking show number two is up and we now have proper show notes-
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Raise a Glass

Originally posted April 1st, 2007 by Tim Adamec

Today was going to be the launch date of the first Food Geeking podcast. Early this afternoon, our good friend Joe Murphy lost his fight against cancer. Kris and I have decided to postpone the launch of the podcast out of respect for Joe, his family and his many, many friends.

Joe was a familiar voice to listeners of The Kick Ass Mystic Ninjas, The Dragon Page: Cover to Cover, Slice of Sci-Fi, and Michael and Evo’s Wingin’ It. His voice, intelligence, warmth and wit has touched many lives throughout the years both in the studio and via the podcasts in which he participated. Joe will be sorely missed.

Kris and I ask that Joe be remembered not through mourning, but through a toast. While Joe is not here to hoist a tankard with us, his legacy endures in all of us. Please join us in raising a glass in tribute to a rare individual and fine friend: Joe Murphy.

New York Style Cheesecake

Originally posted May 19th, 2007 by Kris

The New York Style Cheesecake that has made multiple appearances on Wingin’ It. View recipe