One Star House Party popup Travels the World

Popup restaurants are not just in North America and Europe. They are everywhere!

Look at One Star House Party, which creates pop up restaurants across the world, built of the ingredients, cultures and people that they discover along the way. Currently on an international tour through 2018 www.onestarhouseparty.com

Some of the cities: BEIJING, HO CHI MINH, BANGKOK, MUMBAI, NAIROBI, CAPE TOWN, FLORENCE, BERLIN, LONDON, SANTIAGO, NEW YORK, VANCOUVER, TASMANIA, and KYOTO.

Below is a video on how they cook their Sichuan Duck at the Beijing OSHP.

A taste of the Domestic Geek: Breakout Foodies of the Year Award

YouTube Star Sara Lynn Cauchon, aka the Domestic Geek, was a recent honoree winner of the Breakout Foodies of the Year TASTE AWARD.

She has been very busy since then, as these two great recipe videos from her online series demonstrate.

5 Healthy Breakfast Smoothies:

5 Outrageously Delicious Milkshakes:

About Sara:

Sara Lynn Cauchon wants to make eating well a lot more delicious. Since launching her YouTube channel, The Domestic Geek, in April 2014 she has earned more than 600,000 dedicated subscribers who appreciate her fresh, fuss-free approach to cooking. In that time she’s shared more than 100 original, mouth-watering recipes as well as countless tips and tricks for making life at home easier.

An experienced guest expert, Sara Lynn has made dozens of appearances on hit lifestyle shows like The Social and Steven and Chris. She’s also a dynamic motivational speaker who has shared her story at a number of live events.

Sara Lynn is also an established television host/producer/director who has more than a decade of industry experience. She has hosted a number of television programs including Diva On A Dime, GirlzTV and HGTV’s Rooms That Rock, for which she was nominated for the GEMINI Viewer’s Choice Award for Best Host In A Lifestyle Series.

When Sara Lynn isn’t on set, you’ll most likely find her in the kitchen. Her love affair with food started nearly 20 years ago when she would eagerly help her mom with dinner. Since then, good food has become an obsession. And, although she is not technically a chef, she spends most of her spare time whipping up delicious recipes for friends and family.

Video Recipe for Caramelized Dark Chocolate Hazelnuts

A delicious recipe for Caramelized Dark Chocolate Hazelnuts.

Created by Saratoga Chocolates, and filmed for the TASTEABLE CALIFORNIA television series.

Cocktail Recipe: The Montauk Riding Club

A Cocktail Recipe called The Montauk Riding Club, created by the Bluestem Brasserie in San Francisco.

Filmed for the television series, TASTEABLE CALIFORNIA

Recipe for How to Make a Portuguese Fish Stew

A delicious recipe for Portuguese Fish Stew, served at the Half Moon Bay Brewery south of San Francisco.

and filmed for the TASTEABLE CALIFORNIA television series.

Top Tips for Safe Summer Grilling from Firedisc Grills Chef Ambassador

Tips for the Summer’s Grilling Season, from Firedisc Grills:

Spring has arrived and summer BBQ’s are kicking off throughout the country. Many of us have heard the horror stories about the risks of food borne illness when grilling.

Here are a few tips to keep friends and family safe when serving up summer BBQ meals in the coming months.

Food Safety:
Tip #1 – Raw Meat: Make sure to never leave raw anything out at room temperature for too long; the FDA recommends a 2-hour exposure limit.

Tip #2 – Meat Thermometer: We know you’re a grill pro but it doesn’t hurt to keep a meat thermometer on-hand just to be safe when you’re unsure or to satisfy Aunt Jane.

Tip #3 – Meat Plate: Make sure Grandpa or Uncle Bob do not accidentally serve any cooked food on the plate that once held raw meat or raw poultry.

Tip #4 – Clean Hands: If you’ve touched raw meat, keep some antibacterial handy wipes on-hand if you can’t make it to the sink to wash your hands before handling your cooking utensils, or anything else for that matter, to avoid food borne illness due to cross contamination.

Grill Safety:
Tip #1 – Cook outdoors: Never cook on your grill indoors! No matter what the weather is doing outside.

Tip #3 – Grill Perimeter: For kids safety at the party, set up a 3’ safe zone around your grill.

Tip #4 – Propane: Check your propane cylinder and hose for any leaks, especially if it has been hibernating all winter. A solution of water and soap can be used to show any leaks as bubbles will form.

Tips Compiled by Chef, Conor Moran:
Who better to think out of the box and craft a new benchmark of quality for the BBQ industry than renowned Chef, Conor Moran. Chef Conor’s culinary influences are as diverse as his family roots and choice of adopted home towns across the globe. Born and raised in Houston, TX with Irish and Italian family roots, Chef Conor has honed his culinary palate while living in the far reaches of Cairo, Egypt and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Moran, having worked in a multitude of restaurants from the young age of fifteen, has learned to create delicacies in just about any kitchen type, from Houston’s upscale Lomonte’s Italian restaurant to streamside using a Firedisc®. His experiences leveraging all levels of cooking apparatus set the stage for development of the Chef-Tested/Chef-Approved® protocol for FireDisc grills..

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