- In a hot pan add 1Tbsp of extra virgin olive oil
- Add 1 cup each of chopped red onion and spanish onion, sauté until translucent over medium heat
- Add 1/2 cup of green chillies (adjust according to spice level desired)
- Add 1cup chopped vine ripened tomatoes, let cook on low heat
- Simultaneously in another hot pan prepare to toast spices
- Add enough olive oil to coat the second pan
- On a low heat add 6-8 whole cloves
- Add 2 tsp cumin powder
- Add 2 tsp garam masala
- Add 2 tsp turmeric powder
6 oz Cooked Pork Belly (Recipe To Follow)
1 tsp Dijon mustard
1 tbsp Favorite Teriyaki Sauce
1 Large Whole Egg
6 oz Cooked Japanese style Round Udon Noodle Handful Julienned Vegetables such as Carrots, Zucchini, Red Pepper, Bok Choy, Scallions
2 Cups Seasoned Dashi Broth (Recipe to Follow)
4-7 Large Peeled and deveined Prawns
1 tsp Olive Oil
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- In a bowl add:
- 6 oz minced garlic
- 4 oz lemon juice
- 4 oz egg yolk plain
- 2 oz Dijon mustard
- 1 oz Kosher salt
- 1 QT canola oil
- 1 QT extra virgin olive oil,
- Combine all ingredients and pulse slowly emulsify with oil season
- Add 4 oz of lump crab meat and lightly toss until ingredients are binded equally
For the Chilean sea bass:
- Season 7 oz piece of Chilean sea bass with salt and pepper evenly on both sides
• Wear seatbelt at all times
• AAA recommends that motorists practice slow-speed maneuvers on an empty snow or ice covered parking lot. You should also look through your owner's manual and familiarize yourself with your vehicle's braking system and other features.
• Slow down. Posted speed limits are for ideal travel conditions. Driving at reduced speeds is the best precaution against for slippery roads. Allow more time to travel. Allow extra time not only for the reduced speeds, but for potential problems on the road.
Noting that influenza activity usually peaks in January and February, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Health Commissioner Dr. James Tomarken are urging all residents who have not yet received this season’s flu vaccination to get one as soon as possible. Flu season runs from October through May.
“Influenza is a substantial public health threat, so we ask individuals to get the vaccine to protect not only themselves but also their families and the community,” said Bellone.