Broasted chicken offered at Lulu’s Restaurant
Broasting is a method of cooking chicken and other foods using a pressure fryer and condiments. The technique was invented by L.A.M. Phelan in the early 1950s and is marketed by theBroaster Company of Beloit, Wisconsin, which Phelan founded.
Broasting equipment and ingredients are marketed only to food service and institutional customers, including supermarkets and fast food restaurants. They are not available to the general public. The method essentially combines pressure cooking with deep frying chicken that has been marinated and breaded. The company licenses the “broasted” trademark to more than 5,510 purchasers of its equipment who follow its specifications and recipes and undertake a periodic certification process. The arrangement is not a traditional franchise in that the licensee does not owe ongoing royalty payments.
Broasted chicken remains highly popular in countries such as Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. Many restaurants and fast-food chains in these countries have the word “broast” in their names. One such restaurant of global renown is Al Baik exclusively in Western Saudi Arabia.
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The Valley Greek Festival happens annually on Memorial Day weekend at St. Nicholas Orthodox Greek Church in Northridge, CA. Look forward to amazing food like lamb chops, leg of lamp, gyros, spanikopita and more.
Plus there are cooking demonstrations, Greek dancing, games and various items for purchase from Greece. It is mostly an outdoor event.
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Maya Rudolph is an American film and television actress. She is the daughter of producer Richard “Dick” Rudolph and soul and R&B singer Minnie Riperton. Maya’s mother died when Maya was seven years old.
Maya’s father is Jewish (from a family from Russia, Germany, and Hungary). Maya’s mother was African-American.
While working on Saturday Night Live, Rudolph’s ability to deliver countless accents and change her looks with the switch of a wig, allowed her to play an unusually wide range of ethnicities on the show. During her seven years on the show she portrayed characters that were white, black, Asian, Latina as well as people of mixed cultural backgrounds. Some of her most memorable impressions include Oprah Winfrey, Paris Hilton, Donatella Versace, Beyoncé, Whitney Houston, and Liza Minnelli.
Afrikaans, spoken by around 10 million people, is mainly spoken in bordering countries South Africa and Namibia. Afrikaans retains much vocabulary and features of seventeenth-century Dutch, but also borrows from local languages, like the Khoisan languages and more widespread languages like Portuguese.
South Africa has 11 official languages.
Here is the listing:
- Afrikaans Language
- English Language
- Zulu Language
- Xhosa Language
- Swati Language
- Tswana Language
- Sotho language
- Tsonga Language
- Northern Sotho language
- Venda Language
- Southern Ndebele language
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The word mozzarella comes from the Italian verb mozzare, which describes the cutting action that occurs, for example, when curds are cut apart from curdling milk. After removed, the curds are rolled into balls, loaves, or rolls. Mozzarella is traditionally made from the milk of water buffalo, an animal believed to have been brought to Italy around the 600s, although today most mozzarella that you’ll find in the United States is made of cow’s milk.
Southern Hospitality was co-created by Eytan Sugarman, Trace Ayala and Justin Timberlake. Approximately three years ago, Sugarman,Ayala, and Timberlake discussed the idea of bringing Memphis-style BBQ and ribs to the New York City marketplace. The three friends spent a year creating the Southern Hospitality concept and were actively involved in all elements of design, menu offerings, and musical format. (SEE LOCATIONS) The restaurants serve authentic Memphis-style BBQ boasting traditional Southern specialties prepared by Executive Chef Jay Lippin, ranging from Dry-Rub Spareribs to Pulled Pork and Wings of the South. On one of MCCN’s anniversary’s the restaurant share this recipe. Yield: 1 Portion
- Pickle Chips 15 Ea
- Egg 1 Ea
- Water 1 Tbs.
- AP Flour 1/4 C
- Panko Bread Crumbs 1Ž2C.
1. Crack egg into bowl. Add water and wisk until incorporated.
2. Dredge pickle chips in AP flour.
3. Lift pickles from flour, letting excess flour remain. Transfer to egg mixture.
4. Toss pickles in egg mixture until coated.
5. Transfer pickle chips to a bowl with bread crumbs. Toss with bread crumbs until each pickle chip is crusted with bread crumbs.
6. Heat deep fat fryer to 350F.
7. Lift pickles from bread crumbs, letting excess remain. Carefully drop into heated oil.
8. When pickle chips are evenly golden brown, remove from deep fryer. Transfer to a paper towel lined bowl. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
9. Serve with your favorite dip. We use BBQ ranch, which is a blend of ranch dressing and BBQ sauce.