Episode 28: He looks like Emo Philips (aka the history of canning part II)

Episode 28: He looks like Emo Philips (aka the history of canning part II)

In this episode Aimee continues to tell us about the history of canning and how it impacted the industrial revolution.  

Break audio from Bon Appetit – It’s Alive “Brad Makes Fermented Hot Sauce”

Music by Andrew Huang.

Shout out to Surfside Sips for making kick ass reusable glass straws. #addclasswithglass

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Recipe: Pimm’s Cup (w/ homemade jalapeno ginger beer)

Recipe: Pimm’s Cup (w/ homemade jalapeno ginger beer)

Ingredients:

2 oz. Pimm’s No. 1

1 oz. London Dry Gin (preferably Plymouth)

3/4 oz Fresh lemon juice

Jalapeno Ginger Beer*

Garnish: Cucumber Slices, Strawberry, and Mint

Instructions:

  1. Add Pimm’s No. 1 and gin to a glass filled with ice.
  2. Top with ginger beer*.
  3. Garnish with cucumber slices, strawberry, and mint.

*You can find the ginger beer recipe here.

Recipe: Jalapeno Ginger Beer

Recipe: Jalapeno Ginger Beer

Ingredients:

300g Granulated White Sugar

500g Fresh Ginger, cut up into large chunks and lightly crushed

1-2 Jalapenos, cut in half, seeds and ribs left in

12c Water (filtered is best, but if you have great tap water where you live, go ahead and use it)

Instructions:

  1. Combine water and sugar in a fermenting jar (preferably with an air lock, if you do not have this, you will have to open your jar daily to release excess gas to avoid pressure build up). Shake to mostly dissolve the sugar.
  2. Add ginger and jalapenos to the jar and stir/shake to combine.
  3. Store in a cool, dry place, out of the wat, for at least a week. You can do this first stage of fermentation for up to two weeks.
  4. Strain the ginger beer into a bowl and then transfer to carbonation safe bottles. Store for the second fermentation, a week minimum. This will create gas and carbonate your beer.
  5. After the second fermentation, your done! Store in the refrigerator.

Episode 25: Diners, Drive Ins, and All-American Dumpster Fires (aka Diners and American Politics)

Episode 25: Diners, Drive Ins, and All-American Dumpster Fires (aka Diners and American Politics)

Welcome to episode 25! If you thought we were a wee bit too drunk last episode, well, too bad, because this episode is off the rails. Also, Melissa’s audio in the beginning of this episode is janky, and we have no idea why! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ We’re killing it.

Melissa rocks some fun facts about America and alcohol, while Aimee explains the relationship between American diners and politics.

Music by Andrew Huang.

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Episode 24: Melissa Made Herself a Margarita (aka China’s Wet Markets)

Episode 24: Melissa Made Herself a Margarita (aka China’s Wet Markets)

Welcome to episode 24! In this episode Melissa and Aimee, sans Kate, talk about China’s Wet Markets and the rise of grocery stores in the West. This episode was recorded on National Margarita Day and the dishes might be a bit tipsy before it even starts and go off topic quite a bit. Melissa tells us all about the fruit of the Lychee tree and the four beauties of ancient China, and Aimee thoroughly grosses everyone out.

Music by Andrew Huang.

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Recipe: Black Tea-Port Milk Punch

Recipe: Black Tea-Port Milk Punch

Black Tea-Port Milk Punch is the featured beverage on our upcoming episode, Ep20 Paddy LuPony. This is a clarified milk punch and it was so much fun to make, and share with other people. The flavor of this is simply unbelievable. As I said on the episode, I finally understand what the word “unctuous” means!

Ingredients:
1 cup whole milk
2 cups brewed black tea (we used English Breakfast for the episode, but Earl Grey is extremely delicious)
2/3 cup Batavia Arrack (or light rum)
2/3 cup ruby port
1/3 cup plus 4 teaspoons sugar
1/3 cup lemon juice

Directions:
1. Place milk in 8-cup liquid measuring cup or large pitcher/bowl; set aside. In 4-cup liquid measuring cup or large bowl, whisk tea, Batavia Arrack, port, sugar, and lemon juice until sugar dissolves.

2. Pour tea mixture into milk (it’s very important to pour the punch mixture into the milk, and not vice versa). Gently stir curds with small spoon. Let sit for at least 30 minutes or cover and refrigerate for up to 24 hours.

3. Line fine-mesh strainer with cheese cloth and set over large measuring cup or bowl. Gently pour tea-milk mixture into cheese cloth and let drain. Drain strained punch mixture through curds in at least once more. Discard curds and cheese cloth.

4. Filter punch one more time through a clean coffee filter. This step takes a while. Try not to rush it!

5. Transfer clarified punch to lidded glass container and refrigerate until ready to serve. To serve, pour chilled punch into small glass with one large ice cube.

Episode 14: Featherless Phantom

Episode 14: Featherless Phantom

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Recap

In Episode 14, Melissa mixes up a yummy beverage and tells us about some creepy eating establishments. Kate shares a story about the lengths some people will go for a good party. Aimee tells a story about a particularly spooky chicken. All three Dishes nerd-out over their love of the Great British Bake Off.

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Sources

PBS
The History Kitchen
History Channel

Recipe: The Bourbon Brunch

Recipe: The Bourbon Brunch

The Bourbon Brunch is the cocktail featured in Episode 9 “Make America Waffles Again“. This recipe has been adapted from a recipe found at Classy Girls Wear Pearls. None of us were particularly fond of this drink. It’s best to stay away from this one unless you are a Bourbon lover.

Ingredients

4 oz. Bourbon Whiskey
1 tsp. Pure Maple Syrup
2 oz. Apple Cider
1 oz. Ginger Beer

Candied bacon* and mini-waffle for garnish.
*Recipe to follow.

Instructions

Combine all ingredients except the bubbly ginger beer in a glass. Stir to combine. Add ginger beer and garnish with bacon and toasted min-waffle.

Candied Bacon Recipe

Ingredients:
Thick Cut Bacon (I used thin since that’s what I had, but thick cut would be better)
1/4 cup Light Brown Sugar
2 tbsp. Pure Maple Syrup
1/2 tsp. Cayenne Pepper

Instructions:
1. Preheat oven to 350
2. Line a baking sheet with foil and insert a wire baking rack and lay out the bacon.
3. Bake in over for 10 minutes on each side.
4. Remove from oven and brush on sugar mixture to one side.
5. Cook for 10 minutes, remove from over and flip bacon, adding sugar mixture to the other side, and bake another 10 minutes or until you reach the desired color.
6. Allow to fully cool and harden before using as a garnish.

Completely Bonkers Hot Dog Recipes

Completely Bonkers Hot Dog Recipes

As you plan your 4th of July menus, you may be compelled to keep it simple on the grill with classic burgers and hot dogs. But if you want to spice things up for your Independence Day festivities, check out these bonkers hot dog recipes from the past.

Listen to Episode 07: Cocktails for Hitler here. We dig into the Patriotic & German heritage of the hot dog.

Cold Hot Dog Pie

this recipe looks as disgusting as it sounds! via Cooking Light & Well Done

Stuffed Hot Dogs

Blogger Kitchen Monkey actually tried these, bless her.

Hot Dog Casserole

Epicurious has a vintage 1950s recipe up for a Hot Dog Casserole. Sure, the whole point of a cookout is to…well…cook out. But who cares?

West Virginia Hot Dog Sauce

They say it’s a cross between a chilli and a sauce, but we think it looks a little bit like barf! The Kitchen Wife uncovered this 1920s southern recipe. Enjoy!

Modern Flavors

If none of these vintage recipes tickled your fancy, check out some of these actually delicious sounding hot dog recipes over at Foodal.

Two of your kids' favorite come together at last in this crazy hog dog. Check out these mac and cheese dogs and more wild and crazy hot dog recipes right here on Foodal: https://foodal.com/recipes/barbeque/crazy-hot-dogs/
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