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The Fire House Chef

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Geared towards proving that "anyone can cook", the Fire House Chef (AKA - Ryan McKay) will break down the barriers and fears that surround cooking. I will stress the importance of family and food and that with one comes the other. Be it in the firehouse or at home, you will walk away from The FHC with the belief that cooking is for the many, not the few.

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Stone Fruit Crisp with Brown Sugar Cream
Stone Fruit Crisp with Brown Sugar Cream - With summer fading and fall seemingly upon us come Labor Day weekend, that means one thing, and one thing only, FOOTBALL! All that being said, I wanted to provide a firehouse recipe that only requires 15 minutes prep time and an hour in the oven, all the more time to watch your beloved team in action. Thank me later. In this episode we discuss browning butter, coarse sand, and the importance of being 10% smarter. For more, including the recipe, visit www.thefirehousechef.com.
Key Lime Pie
Key Lime Pie - With a holiday near and dear to my heart, I felt it prudent to slip out of semi-retirement to bring to y'all a perfectly suited dessert for the under-the-sun gatherings of this 4th of July weekend, KEY LIME PIE! This citrus classic is perfectly suited for transport to the next firehouse, deck party, pool side or cul-de-sac and thankfully, can be made a day ahead. In this episode, we discuss ziploc bags, pie shells, and making the world move. For more, including the recipe, please visit www.thefirehousechef.com
Beef & Chorizo Empanadas
Beef & Chorizo Empanadas - With Cinco de Mayo upon us, it is finally an occasion to express my love for the culture and cuisine of Mexico. I felt it prudent to bring a not so often consumed empanada its due time. It's the perfect pocket of well seasoned filling and I top it with an Ancho Cheese Bechamel. In this episode we discuss heat levels, chorizo innards and that perfectly pronounced Spanish is boring. For more, including the recipe, please visit www.thefirehousechef.com.
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Podcast Details
Started
Dec 11th, 2010
Latest Episode
Aug 31st, 2013
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
78
Avg. Episode Length
6 minutes
Explicit
No
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