If you follow me on Instagram, then you know I have a passion for cooking and entertaining. In fact, if I wasn’t an actor I think I would have found my way into culinary school!
I want to introduce you to my good friend, Julie Tanous. She shares my passion for food and actually IS a professional chef. We have such a ball cooking together and I am learning so much from her years of experience. (Not THAT many years…she is pretty young). I didn’t want to leave YOU out of the fun, so naturally, we are creating our own food blog!
Unstuffed cabbage soup has all the great flavors of cabbage rolls, without the fuss. It’s hearty, beefy, and full of veggies. This recipe calls for cabbage, ground meat of your choice, tomatoes and carrots. It’s a perfect healthy cold weather meal.
“I think a lot of that [knowledge loss] happened post-World War II, when it kind of got to two people in the family both in the workplace and the convenience of buying things,” Potter says, “And there is that Space Age excitement of the modern, you know, go to the store and buy something.”In pursuit of restoring this lost kitchen knowledge, Potter has written a new book, “Cooking for Geeks: Real Science, Great Cooks, and Good Food — Second Edition.” The book talks about how to make sour cream, chocolate bars, rolled oats and vanilla extract, all from scratch. It also includes a number of science experiments related to cooking, some of which can be performed right in your own home kitchen.