Author Archives: Burnt My Fingers

Can I turn leftover Buffalo wings into Korean Fried Chicken?

“I’m sick of wings now that the Super Bowl is over,” writes no one in particular. “Is there any way I can turn leftover Buffalo wings into Korean Fried Chicken wings?” Yes, though there’s a small caveat. Unless your wings were … Continue reading

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Recipe: Adventure Bread with Steel-Cut Oats

Josey Baker’s Adventure Bread is wonderfully hearty stuff… dense and flavorful with the nutrition and energy you need for a long hike, or maybe a march for a worthy cause. I’ve modified the original recipe to use steel cut oats … Continue reading

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Recipe: Sweet Potato Salad

Why not? Sweet potato salad is a nice change of pace from “regular” potato salad, better looking, and better for you. Serves four, though the recipe is very extensible. Ingredients: 1 large yam, about 1 lb ¼ c diced dill … Continue reading

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Results of our Buffalo Wing Taste Test

As promised, I’m sharing the results of yesterday’s taste test of Oven-Baked Buffalo Wings. All were cooked in a 400 degree oven for 50 minutes and sauced with Frank’s recipe for a butter/hot sauce combo, so the variation is in … Continue reading

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Recipe: Best Way Buffalo Wings

Best Way Buffalo Wings because they’re the winner in our five-way test. The prep has been slightly tweaked to bring it to easy perfection. Allow 8-12 wing pieces per person, so this base recipe will serve about 4. Ingredients: 1/2 … Continue reading

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Taste Test: Oven-Roasted Buffalo Wings

Planning a wingfest for Super Bowl Sunday and wondering what’s the best way to prepare Oven-Roasted Buffalo Wings? We’ve got your playbook right here. We tested several different preps and came up with a somewhat definitive winner that’s also easy to … Continue reading

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Tips for enjoying Saratoga Chowderfest 2017

Saratoga Chowderfest 2017 is this Saturday, February 4, from 11 to 4, and with mild weather the downtown should be packed. Here are a few strategies for making the most of this event, in which you can sample endless 3-oz … Continue reading

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Recipe: Shrimp Curry with Coconut Cashew Gravy

  This dish is so unctuous and irresistible, hard to believe it’s also good for you. Adapted from a similar recipe in Dr. David Ludwig’s Always Hungry? book. Serves four as a stew with or without rice. Ingredients: For the … Continue reading

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Recipe: Cheeseburger Beans

When you want a cheeseburger but all you have is beans, make Cheeseburger Beans. Goes well with a hot dog or grilled chicken. Serves two as a main dish, or four as a side. Ingredients: Approx. 15 ounce can pinto … Continue reading

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Food for Thought: The Food Lab

Feeling a little J. Kenji Lopez-Alt-deprived with Serious Eats’ new eye candy format? The Food Lab is your medicine. It collects and organizes his best posts through the years, in a volume heavy enough to pound a cutlet. There are … Continue reading

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