Baked Chicken Roulade – Prepare to Rol...

Baked Chicken Roulade
Get your Kyocera Ceramic knives ready for some crafty prep work with this great recipe for Baked Chicken Roulade from Southern Living Magazine, courtesy of our friends at MyRecipes.com. The word roulade originates from the French word “rouler” meaning “to roll.”  Typically, a roulade is a European dish consisting of a slice of meat rolled around a filling, such...

Mango Madness Salad – Perfect for ...

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Are your Kyocera Ceramic knives ready for March Madness? As the NCAA’s top ranked basketball teams duel with their fellow tournament participants for a spot in the Final Four or the National Championship Game, you should be planning your March Madness Game Watching parties. After the beer and pizza, check out our healthy dessert menu…why not try a Mango Madness Salad? A...

Roast Boneless Leg of Lamb – Tender, T...

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“Charming and fascinating he resolved to be. Like March, having come in like a lion, he purposed to go out like a lamb.” — [1849 C. Brontë Shirley II. iv.] According to climate lore, the weather is traditionally wild like a lion at the beginning of March, but lamb-like in its fairness and calm by the end. But lion’s not on most menus, whereas lamb definitely...

Sliced Tofu with Tamari and Scallions ...

Oh, the wonders of tofu – solidified soybean milk pressed into tasty soft white blocks ideal for slicing with your Kyocera Ceramic knives. An important source of protein in the vegetarian diet, tofu has a subtle flavor and can be used in savory and sweet dishes. It is often seasoned or marinated (e.g., with tamari soy sauce) to suit the dish (see our recipe — including scallions...

Seasonal Recipes for February – Rockin...

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Did you hear the one about the cabbage and the turnip getting married and giving birth to the rutabaga? Well…it’s true.  The rutabaga resembles a large yellow turnip and is suspected of having wild cabbage in its genetic makeup. Known as the “Swedish Turnip,” the rutabaga’s name derives from the Swedish word rotabagge ~ “rot” for...

The Ceramic Gift That Keeps on Giving...

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Ok, so you’re giving a Kyocera Ceramic Knife Gift Set as a Holidays present.  Your giftee will feel honored and pleased because, in the natural foods world, there’s a lot of buzz and mystique about ceramic knives. A ceramic knife is an affordable kitchen tool that allows for less strenuous food preparation, maximization of nutrients, and a lowered risk of food contamination. These...

December 14 – Celebrate National Bouil...

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December 14 is National Bouillabaisse Day – though there’s no hard evidence to indisputably prove this factoid.  No matter.  It’s a great excuse for making a delicious Bouillabaisse fish stew using your trusty (but never rusty) Kyocera ceramic knives. Bouillabaisse is extremely popular all around the Mediterranean, and is a specialty in ports across the region.  Lovers...

Thinking Vegetarian Thanksgiving? Stay S...

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Thinking about a Vegetarian Thanksgiving? Think you’ll be missing out on something if you eliminate turkey from your Thanksgiving dinner? The Gentle Thanksgiving menu may include a vegan “turkey,” lentil or nut roast, stuffed squash, corn chowder or chestnut soup, candied yams, cranberry sauce, etc. But before you head for the supermarket produce department, it helps...