Are you a seafood enthusiast? You may have tried cod, salmon, oyster, lobster, shrimp, squid, and octopus -- the common seafood we can purchase on markets and restaurants.
But have you ever tried the “candy of the sea”? The scallop? Even if you haven’t tried scallops or you’re simply not fond of seafood, the buttery chunks of bivalve goodness is to die for!
I’m here to tell you my experiences with scallops and try to explain what do scallops taste like for those eager to know it. Perhaps after reading this article, you’ll be rushing to the nearest seaport to buy these heavenly goodness in big batches!
Ask a regular person or yourself what luxurious food do they usually order in a restaurant? “Lobster” will probably be the most common answer.
These sea bugs have a high profile in the culinary culture, but I never once tried it until this weekend. I was happy to break the life-long streak of not eating lobster, but I lowered my expectation to give it a fair rating.
I will share my experience on what does lobster taste like and give you my two cents (actually they cost $300 in this restaurant) on it.
Burrito is probably one of the best foods ever created. In fact, I haven't met a single soul who doesn't like the burrito. Burritos simply taste great – the rice, the meat, the tomatoes, the spices, and everything in it tastes heavenly.
A single bite burst with a lot of flavors that give so much satisfaction to the mouth and stomach. Truly, a burrito is a comfort food and one of the life's simple pleasures. That's why it's crucial to know how to reheat a burrito.
I've walked past and had been intrigued by the funny-looking tuber called “taro” back in my childhood days when I accompany my mom to Sunday markets. Perhaps you’ve also asked yourself, “what does taro taste like?” whenever you see it at grocery stores or in menu lists.
Ever since I've eaten this purple-tinged root, I had developed a particular liking for it because it reminds me of lazy evenings back in Hawaii when my grandma would prepare chicken with taro fries instead of potato chips.
Well, I count myself lucky ‘because I’m one of the few who has tasted this terrific vegetable. For the rest of you, my readers, it's high time you figure out what taro tastes like and what can you do with it.
Ah, the goodness of a rich and creamy peanut butter. Say, who doesn’t like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?! Apart from making your favorite sandwich with this humble edible glue, peanut butter still has so much to offer when cooking dishes.
However, this exalted ingredient is difficult to mix with other food because of its consistency -- it doesn’t melt easily. So the question you should be asking yourself when you finally decided to cook something using this ingredient is how to melt peanut butter.
In this article, I will explain to you how do you freeze good goat cheese. I will also tackle the benefits of goat cheese, how it’s made, why switch to goat cheese, and making homemade goat cheese.
Bison meat is actually not your typical and average meat. Most people eat cow and buffalo meats since they are the ones that are more common and staple in every household.
Today, bison meat is already considered as a top protein food source due to its beneficial nutrient contents like B vitamins, iron, and zinc. Bison meat might be healthy but what does bison taste like?
Ever wonder what does eel taste like? Normally you won't see eels in markets. They look terrifying with their elongated bodies, round and piercing eyes, and sharp teeth. -- very much like snakes! However, they are not; Eels are actually a type of fish. It’s totally edible, but you have to cook it first because its blood is actually poisonous.
Tarragon has that distinctive, subtle taste and faint anise-like aroma that we usually associate with chicken, salmon, rabbit, and vegetables such as artichokes and asparagus. These foods are what we usually prepare during the spring season when tarragon is bountiful.
Tarragon may not be available all year-round, so it’s high time you know what certain herbs and spices can substitutes for tarragon.
If you love tarragon and you use in almost all dishes you prepare like us, then you’re in luck because in this post, we’ll be enumerating the best tarragon substitutes that is available all season.
Some people love cottage cheese while some simply hate its taste. Weight watchers and nutrition fanatics love it because it’s low-fat, protein-rich and contains other beneficial vitamins. On the other hand, people dislike it for its smell and texture. So, what does cottage cheese taste like?
Maybe you’ll want to know first what cottage cheese is, how it’s prepared, and why you should try eating it.