Tune in every Tuesday and Friday for the re-release of the original episodes of The Anodized Chef.
In this first episode of The Anodized Chef we give you a Brazilian lunch with a Churrasco beef wrap with a chipotle pepper spread.
Originally released August 22, 2010
While filming the first episode we had a bit too much material. So in this Quick Riff we give you the Black Bean and Chorizo side we made for the Brazilian lunch.
Originally released August, 26, 2010.
Join us for our Clam Bake as we show you how to make fresh cole slaw, steamed clams, and boiled lobsters.
Originally released October 5, 2010.
What goes great with a New England Clam Bake?
Why New England style clam chowder that's what. This is a quick and easy recipe to prepare
Join us for our version of the Perfect Pad Thai with our not so perfect episode. It may be a little rough around the edges, but it is fun and the food tastes great.
This episodes music is "Share Your Skin" by Operation Guillotine.
Featured wine is the Chateau Ste Michelle Gewürztraminer 2008.
Originally released September 17, 2010
Looking for something different to do for dinner with chicken breast? Chef Steve will show you how to make Chicken Piccata and a great Risotto from scratch!
This episode features "No Shenanigans When Your On Your Own" by Operation Guillotine.
The featured wine is the Franciscan Estates Chardonnay.
Originally released October 1, 2010.
Join us for a healthy homemade Chop Suey.
Featured Music: "13 to the Third" by Operation Guillotine.
The featured wine is the Sebeka Chenin Blanc 2008.
Originally released October 29, 2010.
In this episode we give you 3 recipes that allow the natural flavors of the ingredients to shine through. There is very little fat and salt in all of these recipes, but they don't need it to be delicious.
Featuring "What's In Your Wallet" by Operation Guillotine.
The wine of the show is the Ruffino Lumina Pinot Grigio 2009.
Originally released November 12, 2010.
Save some dough, and make some dough...with us as we make pizza from scratch! It's fun, economical and WAY tastier than a pizza house!
Featuring "Nark Waffles (Instrumental Version)" by Drag Me To Hell.
The wine that was paired with this episode is the 2008 Zen of Zin.
Originally released November 26, 2010
Winter is a great time for some delicious and hearty slow cooked food. In this episode we make Braised Short-Ribs with a Mashed Potato & Root Vegtable Medley and Braised Mustard Greens. Be warned this recipe will take a few hours to cook, but it is well worth the wait.
Featuring music by Nine Inch Nails "Discipline".
Featured wine is the Tempra Tantrum Tempranillo/Merlot 2008.