Kitchen

New Burrata Pizzas in Time for National Pizza Day at Russo’s New York Pizzeria & Italian Kitchen | News

HOUSTON, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The birthplace of burrata cheese is southern Italy. Created from the scraps (or ritagli) of mozzarella curds being placed inside a still-hot cheese pouch, burrata cheese is a labor of love that’s traditionally wrapped in leaves of asphodel. The buffalo’s in southern Italy graze on rich forage, making their milk full-bodied, resulting in burrata cheese being one of the most premium creamy cheeses in the world.

Chef Russo brings this traditional topping to his 2021 menu. Burrata goes great on artisan breads, pastas, and pizzas. With national pizza day being Tuesday 2.9.21, Chef Russo is early releasing two new burrata pizzas! These cheesy masterpieces come with the highest quality burrata we could get our hands on. Grab one of these in a medium 12″, between 2.8.21 and 2.14.21, for only $10! Remember, these $10 burrata pizza deals are only available for

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From the Kitchen: Food for the Chinese New Year and drinks for the Super Bowl | Life & Arts

Chinese New Year is almost here. The first day of the celebration of the Year of the Ox begins next Friday.

It’s generally a 16-day event, but popularly observed for about a week. Feb. 12 is the starting point.

We have always celebrated that holiday as a way to have a great themed family party. Over the years we have chosen two paths — cooking at home, appropriate decorations included, and going to a favorite Chinese restaurant.

You don’t have to be observing the Chinese custom to enjoy the egg rolls, though. The recipe is here in case you want an idea if you are planning a do, or just inspiration for a lunch or dinner treat.

A protein can be added if you would like, but the rolls are all vegetable today. In the past I’ve made them with half or a whole pound of ground beef, adding it

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Bill of Fare: Quality food and loyal customers keep Antimo’s Italian Kitchen cookin’ throughout pandemic

Customer loyalty and a reputation for quality food have sustained Antimo’s Italian Kitchen in Hopewell Borough throughout the pandemic.

With indoor dining in New Jersey restricted to 25 percent of each restaurant’s capacity, the focus is on contactless curbside pickup, says owner Antimo Iovine.

“Ninety-five percent of our business is curbside pickup,” he said, since reopening after the initial state-ordered closure at the start of the pandemic.

Customers order their food and pay online, park in a spot designated for pickup, pop their trunk (making sure there is room for the food) and call the restaurant to let them know they have arrived. Staff members bring out their food and put it in the trunk.

On the restaurant website Iovine assures his customers that he and his staff are taking extra precautions for cleanliness and sanitation while offering the same quality food they are known for.

Iovine said he has

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6 Easy Ways To Organize Your Kitchen That’ll Make Cooking Less Stressful

Whether you’re following a new recipe, preparing multiple dishes at once or simply desire to cook in a clean, stress-free environment, organization is key.

With so many of us in the kitchen more than ever — baking banana bread, tending to sourdough starters, cooking one-pot dishes — it’s time to make your kitchen space work for you and suit your needs. To help get you started, we asked professional chefs (who routinely work in compact, shared spaces where being organized is a necessity) to share organizational tips that they employ in their home kitchens.

1. Keep leftovers in sealed containers and store them where you’ll actually see them.

Cooking in bulk can be a great time-saving technique and cut down on the number of dishes to wash, but it’s important to keep track of leftovers so that they’re eaten before they go bad. “Leftovers should be stored

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