While Valentines Day is supposed to be a time of celebration of the couple and of their love for one another, it can be filled with anxiety and worry. Usually this anxiety stems from worries about gift giving on the day. Gift giving is not meant to be anxiety producing, in fact it should be viewed as an opportunity to express your love. Now, you might be very busy so spending a lot of time working on a Valentines Day gift might be difficult for you and that's ok, Anne is here to help. I'll show you 5 easy steps to creating the perfect Valentines Day for your loved one.
Should we keep the recipe or make it our own? Should we add prosciutto? More slow cooker pork belly belly? Should we fill it with duck confit? Bind it together with meat glue?
In the elimination room, chef's Richard and Stephanie said their sad good-byes to a highly respected colleague. In their pork belly in smoker and shock, they failed to give Lisa the credit she wanted; leading to yet another one of her famous temper tantrums.
If you love Naples-style pizza, drive out to Glen Park to Gialina. The chef here, Sharon Ardiana, cooked in several hot restaurants in the Bay Area before deciding that pizza was her true vocation. Her pizzas are topped with fantastic toppings like all-natural, Niman Ranch slow cooked slow cooked pork belly. The crust is surprisingly authentic considering that she doesn't use a wood-fired oven. Save room for the Nutella dessert pizza.
The concepts above apply just as much to a Billion dollar corporate take over as they do, to the transaction of a brown plain sofa. But there is a slow cooked pork belly final piece to the puzzle.
In Compton, Guy found that having a convertible allows him to sniff out the best places, like "Bludso's B-B-Q." He met with owner, Kevin Bludso to find the best Texas barbeque in California. He learned from his grandmother in Texas, where he spent his summers. After spending time as a corrections officer, he followed his dream to open his own barbeque restaurant. As he showed Guy how he makes his barbeque sauce, Guy was in love with the multiple ingredients he used and the ribs were to die for. The greens were his mother's recipe for collard greens that Guy just loved. Then he told Guy that he was opening another location in Los Angeles, which was a pleasant surprise. Watch out, Los Angeles, you are in for a treat!
And finally Budatai, run under the command of Chef Roberto Trevino with its spot-on Asian-Caribbean influence is something you must try. Dishes such as the amarillos fried rice or Peking duck mofongo stew are must-haves.