5 tips From ‘Extreme Chef’ to bring to your own kitchen.

first_img Share Food & DiningLifestyle 5 tips From ‘Extreme Chef’ to bring to your own kitchen. by: – May 27, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share 27 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Tweet Hold onto your pots and pans, a new cooking show is coming to your TV soon, and it’s going to be extreme — Extreme Chef, to be exact. Premiering June 30 on the Food Network, the new show promises to push chef to their limits though a series of crazy challenges to test their adaptability and artistry … and push everyday cooks like me into a deep depression when looking at the dull dinners we’re cooking on our measly old ranges.But fear not, we don’t have to just watch wistfully from our couches while sneering at our gleaming microwaves, we too can be extreme chefs without traipsing all over the world. Here are five ways you can be your own extreme chef to keep mealtime more interesting and challenge yourself just like they do on TV.1. They will skin bears and rattlesnakes before cooking them, you can learn to cut up a whole chicken. Sure, buying individual pieces is easier, but it’s cheaper to buy a whole chicken usually, and you’ll be challenged to find uses for each of the parts. Buffalo wings, anyone?2. They will cook a meal on a deserted island, you can cook for weeks on end based only on what’s currently in your house. Dig into the back of those cupboards, clean out that freezer, you’ll be amazed at what you can come up with without buying a single extra ingredient.3. They will swim across rivers to get ingredients, you can explore local markets you may have never ventured into before. Check out the Asian market or you local Middle Eastern vendor and explore a whole host of ingredients that exist beyond your local supermarket shelves.4. They will be challenged to cook for a block party in torrential rain, you can use your grill more. Don’t let a little rain, snow, or heat keep you cooking inside. Brave the elements. 5. They promise to cook meals with a car engine as a makeshift stove, you … can feel free to head out to your driveway and try it yourself.Sure you may not win the $10,000 prize (that’s it?), but you will have pushed your own boundaries and hopefully come up with some creative and tasty new cuisine along the way.by The_Stirlast_img read more

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Arsenal complete Salah’s namesake transfer

first_img Loading… Arsenal have completed the signing of highly-rated Feyenoord starlet Salah-Eddine on a free transfer. And Gunners fans were quick to joke that Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah better watch out for his 17-year-old namesake. Salah-Eddine, known as ‘Salah’, will join the club’s youth set-up and compete for a spot in Arsenal’s Under-23 side. Predominantly a central midfielder, the Dutchman spent his youth career in the Netherlands and came through the ranks at Feyenoord. He said: “It feels great to join a massive club like Arsenal. “It’s a good environment for me to work on my development and hopefully through the academy I can become a first-team player. “They first contacted my dad and then I went there for a week just to see what the club is all about, and after that they didn’t really have to say anything. I immediately knew that it was the right club for me.” Arsenal fans were quick to welcome Salah to the club and many joked that his Anfield namesake should be worried. One wrote: “Not the player we were waiting for but regardless he is now the best in world football with the name Salah.” Promoted ContentPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Best Cars Of All TimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?The Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Enigmatic Discoveries That Left Everyone Baffled6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?center_img Another added: “Mo Salah is no longer the greatest Salah in England.” Arsenal’s Salah, meanwhile, revealed he is looking forward to the challenge of establishing himself at the Emirates He said: “I’m a central midfielder and I like to play box to box. Offensively I’m a creative player and I can play with my left or right foot. read also:Neymar’s €36m salary covers entire Atalanta squad wages “I score goals and get assist, and defensively I like to think I do my bit too, especially in the transition. “First I want to become an important player in the under-23s and then eventually get involved with the first team in some capacity. “I want to see what that’s like, but above all else, I want to have a really good season with the under-23s. “Maybe if I do that then I’ll be able to join the first team here and there in training. Those are my targets.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Women’s World Cup 2019: Norway starts with emphatic victory over Nigeria

first_img Women’s World Cup 2019: Jennifer Hermoso leads Spain’s comeback against South Africa 7 – Norway have scored three goals in the first half of a Women’s World Cup game for a seventh time – no nation has ever done so more often in the competition’s history (USA also seven). Rapid. #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/fYT15aaPLS— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) June 8, 2019Norway moved ahead after 17 minutes, with a short corner catching out Nigeria and Caroline Graham Hansen weaving in from the right before finding Reiten, whose effort deflected into the net off the arm of defender Onome Ebi.Two goals in the space of 186 seconds effectively ended the game in the first half.First, in the 34th minute, Utland’s strike got past a poor attempt to save by goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi and went in off the crossbar — the striker having been found by a Reiten pass.Mistakes from Oluehi and Ebi after what should have been a routine goal kick then led to the third goal, with Isabell Herlovsen’s right-wing cross diverted into her own net by Ohale. Strikes from Reiten and Lisa-Marie Utland, followed by an own goal from Osinachi Ohale, had the Martin Sjogren-led team up three goals inside 37 minutes.The win for Norway sets up a highly anticipated Group A clash against tournament hosts France, who thrashed South Korea in the opening game. Related News Women’s World Cup 2019: Marta will miss Brazil’s opening game, manager confirms Guro Reiten scored a goal and assisted another as Norway romped to a 3-0 victory over Nigeria at the Women’s World Cup.Even without star player Ada Hegerberg, Norway — world champions in 1995 — cruised to victory Saturday in Reims against a team who had never made it out of the group stage. Women’s World Cup 2019: Updated group stage results and standings Nigeria lost Faith Michael to injury early in the second half, the defender having to be stretchered off after landing awkwardly following a collision with her goalkeeper.Asisat Oshoala burst through on goal but could not convert a late chance, as Thomas Dennerby’s side failed to muster a consolation.We wish you a speedy recovery, @ikidifaith!#NORNGA | #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/siEIwqcuJv— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) June 8, 2019last_img read more

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Anel Hadžić got BiH citizenship

first_imgAt today’s session of BiH Council of Ministers, one of the items on the agenda was the citizenship of football player Anel Hadžić.BiH Council of Ministers decided to give Hadžić citizenship and now there are no obstacles for him playing for BiH football team, said general secretary of BiH Football Federation Jasmin Baković.Hadžić was born in 1989 in Velika Kladuša and from 2007 he’s been playing for Ried.Hadžić said that he’s happy that he became the citizen of BiH, since he always wanted to play for BiH, and now he only awaits Sušić’s call.Hadžić added that even if Sušić does not call him, he will not play for any other team except for BiH.last_img read more

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