Creative Full-Flavored Food

Posted on August 7, 2010
Filed Under Chefs Tips and Tricks, Entertaining with Flair, Food Knowledge | 1 Comment

Perhaps we are all at risk in the way we eat, but some more than others. I believe in doing what is necessary for you. But however you chose to eat, the secret is creative full-flavored food with taste.

Maximum aroma, color, texture and taste are the essentials. Eat a wide variety of foods. Use aroma and taste pleasers such as Canadian bacon, saffron and other spices, sweet potatoes for color, cilantro and other herbs. For texture try quinoa, couscous, and even the long lasting crackle of grape nut cereal. Use arrowroot to make a sauce glossy instead of oil or butter.

Another trend and source of creativity is the fusing of cultural dishes. Combine Thai lemon grass with Italian, Hawaiian Mahi-mahi with pasta and marinara sauce, Moroccan couscous with citrus from the Rio Grande Valley.

Make mealtime as interesting and creative as your imagination will allow. So tonight, let’s grill some thick watermelon slices!


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