Kewpie Mayonnaise

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Several weeks ago, we first heard of Kewpie Mayonnaise. A Japanese speciality sauce. (Kewpie Products) If you follow the posted link, you will find several available dressings like Deep Roasted Sesame, Caesar and both USA and Original (pictured below) mayonnaise. And from the Kewpie website, here is an explanation of this mayonnaise.

Kewpie is Japan’s most trusted and beloved mayonnaise and salad dressing brand, and has been a staple of Asian cuisine since we introduced mayonnaise to the Japanese kitchen in 1925… During a battle in Mid-18th century, Minorca Island, Spain; a French marshal Duc de Richelieu enjoyed the sauce for a meat dish in a coastal town of Mahon, and brought it back to Paris as Mahon’s sauce, Mahonnaise.It is widely believed to be the origin of what became known as mayonnaise… Aspiring to create a brand everyone loves,founder Toichiro Nakashima named the nourishing condiment ”KEWPIE Mayonnaise”,with the hope of improving physique of Japanese people. In 1925 when Japan’s firstmayonnaise started to be manufactured and distributed at Kewpie, they used twice as much egg yolk as imported mayonnaise of that time. This was because Nakashima, who first discovered mayonnaise in the USA, had always hoped to create nourishing, high-quality mayonnaise.

The original mayonnaise – pictured here – is available at the Asian Market on Fairview Ave at Milwaukee. Address: 9975 W Fairview Ave, Boise, ID 83704, Open ⋅ Closes 8PM, Phone: (208) 321-4502. Another source might be Mandalay Asian Market, Asian grocery store, 10658 W Overland Rd, Boise, (208) 410-7915.

From thekitchn.com,

Kewpie is a smoother, creamer mayonnaise, and it’s made with rice vinegar rather than distilled vinegar. Its popularity in Japan really can’t be overestimated. Wikipedia says that people who are known to really like mayonnaise are apt to be called mayora by their friends!

This mayonnaise has a deliciously unique taste that is hard to beat. Slightly sweet. Slightly sour from a light touch of vinegar and very creamy from the vegetable oil. I will probably make some egg salad and use it in it. (And of course, the hard cooked will be made in the Instant Pot. 7-7-7 method!) Cheers!

Bacquet’s Restaurant In Eagle


Super awesome French restaurant, Bacquet’s Restaurant in Eagle, ID. Every bit a 56-Star restaurant. Enjoy!

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OK. This is an awesome French restaurant in Eagle, ID, just west of Boise. I know of no other French restaurant in the area of this caliber. Definitely a 5-Star restaurant! It really replaces Le Café de Paris and Andrea’s. Both of which have closed. Great interior ambiance – like sitting in a French café. The patio offers seating also, but on our visit, it was very hot. You may also have live music on the patio. It would be best to call for reservations if you decide to go. Both Chef Franck and his wife Michelle are very warm, charming and interesting. Anxious to answer question you may have. Here is some of the dishes we had and they were awesome. Delicious! Beautifully presented. Enjoy. We did. We’ll be back! Left-Click any of these photos to see them enlarged.

Robin is happy with the food.

House Salad and Dressing.

Escargot…

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Awesome 36th Anniversary at Parma Ridge Winery and Bistro


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It is not often that I rave about an eating place, but the Parma Ridge Winery and Bistro is one of our favorites and definitely a 5-Star eatery. Staff is awesome and Chef Storm and Stephanie Hodge, the owners, winemakers, artist and “chief cook and bottle washers”, sorta, are so humble, courteous and kind. Kudos to you both and to your superb staff! And Thank-You for such a great venue for our 36th wedding anniversary. The food was superb and the patio seating was great. Note: The winery and bistro are a great place to go Wednesday through Sunday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you had best call for reservations. Contact information is at the link above. Left Click any of these photos to see them enlarged.
Chef storm and Stephanie Hodge The meal that they prepared for us was great. Here is some of what we had.

Cheese Board
Beecher’s…

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Spring Release at Parma Ridge Winery


Great party and tapas!

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A really good release party at Parma Ridge Winery on April 18. Warm temperatures. Clear skies. Great food. Great wines. Here are the wines that were released and the Tapas we had. Left-Click any photo to see enlarged.

2018 Avielle. 100% Merlot. This Rosé is maned after Avielle, our fiery daughter with Strawberry Blonde hair. Enjoy notes of sweet honey and ripened strawberries with a crisp finish. [Blog Note: Don’t miss this one. It is superb!]
Paring: Crostini with Borsin, Crispy Prosciutto and Blackberry Compote.

2018 Tre Bianchi. 63% Gewürztraminer, 20% Riesling and 17% Viognier. Meaning “Three Whites” in Italian, this full-bodied white features pronounced citrus and melon notes.
Paring: Tempura Halibut Bites with Unagi Sauce.

2016 The Last Zin. 75% Merlot and 26% Zinfandel. “The Last Zin” is a final hurrah to our Zinfandel that perished in the hard-freeze of 2016. This estate-grown red is balanced…

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Awesome Events at Parma Ridge Winery and Bistro

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Join us this Weekend with Wonderful Wine, Fabulous Food and an Amazing View
We are open Wednesday & Thursday from 12-5 p.m. for Wine Tasting, Beer and our Small Bites Menu, Friday & Saturday 12-9pm and Sunday 11 am- 5 pm with our Full Bistro Menu, Wine Tasting & Beer.
Reservations Required for Dining from 5-9 p.m. Friday & Saturday.
You can now text us at 208-946-5187 to make a reservation. [The Pork Chops and the Brisket pictured below are AWESOME! So is the Omelet. Left-Click the photos to see them enlarged.]

 

SAVE THE DATE! WINE CLUB RELEASE THURSDAY, APRIL 18 from 4-8 p.m.
2018 Avielle, Rosé of Merlot, $17 Retail, $14.45 Wine Club
2018 Tre Bianchi, Gewurztraminer, Riesling & Viognier, $18 Retail, $15.30 Wine Club
2016 The Last Zin, Merlot & Zinfandel, $28 Retail, $23.80 Wine Club
2016 Tempranillo, $34 Retail, $28.90 Wine Club
PLEASE RSVP via text at 208-946-5187 or email at info@parmaridge.wine with the time you will be coming. Cards will be charged beginning this week so please let us know asap if you have changes to your club or your card on file. Menu and prizes will be announced in the Wine Club email this week.

Easter Brunch and Special Menu, Sunday, April 21 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Limited Reservations remaining — Make yours today!

Featured Specials:
Omlete a la Mason – $12.95
Folded Omelet with Eggs from Relk Farms, a Groves Country Mushroom Melange and Beecher’s Aged White Cheddar. Served with a Roasted Potato Medley of Peruvian, Baby Red and Yukon Gold with Crumbled Bacon

Braised Short Ribs – $24.95
Slow Braised Short Ribs with a Roasted Potato Medley of Peruvian, Baby Red and Yukon Gold with Sauteed Carrots and Fennel

Pork Chop au Poivre – $24.95
A Smoked and Seared Double Cut Pork Chop with a Brandy Peppercorn Creole Mustard Sauce, Fried Artichoke Hearts and a Roasted Potato Medley of Peruvian, Baby Red and Yukon Gold

We will be offering our regular menu and the new featured Spring items this weekend, Storm might also be adding a few specials of his own to practice for Easter Sunday!

Mediterranean Chicken Salad $10.95
Mixed Greens with Sun-Ripened Tomatoes, Currants, Golden Raisins, Thyme Roasted Artichokes, Beecher’s Aged White Cheddar and Marinated Chicken with a Zesty White-Balsamic Basil Dressing

Pear Salad – $9.95, with Grilled Chicken $12.95
Mixed Greens with Apple Cider Vinaigrette, Blue Cheese Crumbles and Poached Pear with a Slice of Grilled Baguette

Caprese Bite Appetizer $6.95
Lightly Toasted Baguette with Roma Tomatoes, Italian Basil, Buffalo Mozzarella and a Balsamic Reduction

Our Bacon Wrapped Prawns are back! Come try them this weekend

Jumbo Bacon Wrapped Prawn Appetizer $13.95
Char-Broiled Bacon Wrapped Jumbo Prawns with Cherry Chipotle BBQ sauce on a Bed of Spring Greens, 4 Prawns per order

Loaded Bowls $14.95
Choose between Rosemary Truffle Fries, Tater Tots or Fresh Fried Potato Chips

Poutine Bowl – House Made Demi-Glace, Local Fresh Cheese Curds, Sautéed Button Mushrooms & Applewood Smoked Bacon

Chipotle Cheddar Bowl – Tillamook Chipotle Cheddar Cheese Fondue with Filet Bites, Basque Chorizo, Crispy Bacon, Sautéed Jalapenos & Cilantro

Join us for Happy Hour Friday from 4-6 p.m.
$1 off Mimosas
$1 off Brock Lager
$7.50 Mesquite or Deluxe Sliders with beer, mimosa or wine purchase
$7.50 Personal Pepperoni, Sausage Mushroom or Fungi Flatbreads with beer, mimosa or wine purchase

Mother’s Day Brunch and Special Menu, Sunday, May 12 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Make your reservation today
Special Weekend In April Ladies Luncheon & Crafting Event April 6th

Buy 2 Bottles get 1 Free on Wednesday & Thursday at Parma Ridge! Mention this ad to take advantage of this offer in our tasting room.

Ladies Luncheon & Crafting Event April 6th at Parma Ridge
Please join us for a Ladies Luncheon & Crafting Event with @therustyboard!
When: Saturday, April 6th 11:30 am.- 1:30 p.m.
Where: Parma Ridge Winery
So many 9×12 choices! Pick a Pallet Sign to make for $26, Box Frame for $30 or Framed Chalkboard for $35. Pick what you want it to say and then RSVP with Payment by March 23rd. Instant Message Amy Watts at (208) 921-7616 or wattsfamilyof6@gmail.com for google form & option to pay via a link to square account.
Parma Ridge will offer their full menu and wine, wine tasting and drinks so come hungry & thirsty!
Space is limited so register today.

LIVE MUSIC ON THE PATIO THIS SUMMER
These evenings are filled with fun! Enjoy excellent music, wine & beer and our fabulous cuisine. Our kitchen will remain open until 9 p.m. on nights we have live music. Reserve your spot today as space fills up fast!

Cunningham and Moss, Saturday June 1 & Saturday September 14 from 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Don Cunningham and David Moss team up for this dynamic acoustic Duo. A little Rock a little Roll and a whole lotta Soul. Two Guys Two Guitars. Read more about Cunningham and Moss Here.

The James Gang, Saturday, June 15th from 6-9 pm
James Barrett- Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Rochelle Barrett-Lead Vocals
Ken Lynde- Lead Guita
Read More about The James Gang Here.

The RockIts, Saturday, June 29th from 6-9 pm
Our one and only Nikki Barrett is the lead singer of this band. This Rockabilly/Hillbilly Band is sure to entertain the crowd! Read more about the RockIts Here.

More Live Music Nights coming soon!

LIMITED QUANTITIES – STOCK UP NOW
2016 Reserve Syrah, Retail $34, Wine Club $28.90, less than 1 Case Left
2017 Reinhart Riesling, Retail $20, Wine Club $17.00, 17 Cases Left
2016 Reserve Merlot, Retail $35, Wine Club $29.75, 25 Cases Left
2017 LaRea Dolce, Late Harvest, Retail $28, Wine Club $23.80, 25 Cases Left
2016 Storm Red, Retail $35, Wine Club $29.75, 27 Cases Left
2016 Joshua Storm, Retail $32, Wine Club $27.20, 30 Cases Left
2016 Kenneth Storm, Retail $32, Wine Club $27.20, 37 Cases Left

Breakfast Sandwich

Sunday Brunch Specials
Breakfast Sandwich – $7.95
Bacon, Egg and Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich with Cheesy Bacon Fries
Best Ever Biscuits and Gravy – $7.95
Sausage Gravy over a Fresh Bacon Cheddar Biscuit topped with a Sunny Side Up Egg
Brunch Burger – $9.95
Quarter-Pound Burger with Melted Double Cream Brie, Applewood Smoked Bacon, and Sunny Side Up Egg with a Lemon-Tarragon Aioli and Rosemary Garlic Truffle Fries

We Bottled our 2018 Tre Bianchi, 2018 Avielle, Rosé of Merlot, 2018 Rhubarb Wine, and 2016 “The Bomb” – a blend of Cabernet, Malbec & Merlot last weekend. Watch the videos on our Facebook Page!

Have you seen the recent articles on Parma Ridge?

Parma Ridge was featured in the AAA Magazine, thank you Nathan Leigh for the write-up on our location!

“Settle in at Parma Ridge Winery, just southeast of Parma, Idaho, and on a clear day you might be able to see nearly 60 miles from east to west—a panoramic view of the whole lower Boise River Valley.” —Nathan Leigh

Have you seen the recent articles on Parma Ridge?
Parma Ridge was featured in the AAA Magazine, thank you Nathan Leigh for the write-up on our location!
“Settle in at Parma Ridge Winery, just southeast of Parma, Idaho, and on a clear day you might be able to see nearly 60 miles from east to west—a panoramic view of the whole lower Boise River Valley.” —Nathan Leigh

Parma Ridge was voted #1 Winery in Idaho By House Beautiful. See the line up here!

Have you seen the recent articles on Parma Ridge? Parma Ridge was voted #1 Winery in Idaho By House Beautiful. See the line up here!

Great article by By Andy Purdue and Eric Degerman of Great Northwest Wine on the Idaho Wine Industry. Parma Ridge made the list with our 2016 Dry Rose of Merlot – Read it here!
See you this weekend on the Ridge!
Cheers,

Steph and Chef Storm

Sous Chef and Assist Winemaker Megan Hartman

Parma Ridge Winery
24509 Rudd Road, Parma ID, 83660
208-946-5187
http://www.parmaridge.wine

 

 

Save the date for our Easter Special Menu — Make your Reservation today!

Try our new Mediterranean Salad with one of our Featured Specials

New Boise Farmers Market Location and Air Fryer Recipes


I have a new Air Fryer – actually several – recipe posted at Air Fryer Recipes on the Boise Foodie Guild Blog. There is something that you should know before you try any of these recipes – and we hope you do and leave a comment – we DO try and work on ALL of the recipes in any of these locations and adapt them to our liking! Ideas come from many locations and resources – other food blogs, recipe connections, Food Network, PBS TV Recipe Saturday and many more.
And another note: The Boise Farmers Market (BFM) moves to it’s new location at Shoreline Drive and Americana Blvd on Saturday April 6, 2019! It’s been a long time in the works. Many, if not most of the produce and products sold at the market, work extremely well with the Air Fryer, and Instant Pot, recipes listed on this blog. See you at the Market! And from their email posting –

The Boise Farmers Market opens in TWO short weeks
on Saturday, April 6th! Join us for our Grand Opening Celebration
and all the goodness of Spring!
Parking and Navigating our New Lot!
The map below is of our new lot and the surrounding streets. Please take a couple minutes to look at it, familiarize yourself, and plan how you will arrive at the market.
Safety for our community, customers and vendors is the most important thing. Please be extra careful!

Please note:
Directional arrows on the streets, entrances and exits.
There are light poles on the lot – be careful to watch for them when parking – especially when backing up.
Pedestrians! Scooters! Bikes! There will be pedestrians, scooters and bikes everywhere. Please look twice, or even three times!
5 Miles Per Hour is the parking lot speed limit. Please drive slowly.
When you are walking to the market entrances, please watch for cars.

We can’t wait to see you on April 6th!

New BFM site in 2019

1st Annual Idaho Truffle Dinner


Awesome dinner! And yes. There is more to Idaho than potatoes.

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This was a fantastic event and I do hope we are able to enjoy it next year. It was hosted by the Idaho Truffle Association and you can get more information about Idaho truffles by clicking Here. The event wast located at the Chateau des Fleurs located at 176 S. Rosebud Lane, Eagle, Idaho 83616, Phone 208-947-2840. And yes, this is a high-end, 5-Star restaurant. But worth every penny. Here is the exquisite Menu. Enjoy your meal. You can Left-Click any of these photos to see them enlarged.

The menu for this event.

One of the wines we had. 2014 Roghani Vineyards Chardonnay

Pan Seared Chicken Breast
Cipollini and Shimengi Mushroom Risotto
Shaved Black Perigord Truffles

2014 Roghani Vineyards Chardonnay

Confit Idaho Yukon Potato
Truffle Pommes Puree
Infused Crème Fraîche
Shaved Bianchetti Truffle

2014 Roghani Vineyards Un-Oaked Chardonnay

Chef Jimenez Inspired Truffle Ravioli
Ravioli Filled with Brie and…

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Because Inquiring Minds Need to Know


Japanese foods.

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I found this to be interesting. That’s probably because of my Cultural Anthropology background.

Hina Matsuri in Japan

Source: https://matcha-jp.com/en/753
Although it is not a national holiday, March 3rd is a special day for girls. Families who don’t have young daughters might not do anything special on this day.
March 3rd is Japanese Girls’ Day or Hinamatsuri. Ornate dolls are displayed in the family home to mark the beginning of spring and to wish good health and good fortune for all of the girls in the family.
However, a tradition of this festival is still passed down until now. Actually, how people celebrate Hina Matsuri is different from place to place. We will introduce here what the Japanese people usually do on this day.
Hina Dolls represent what the imperial family was like in the ancient times. The dolls on the top tire of the platforms represent the emperor and…

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Air Fryer and Instant Pot Info


Good information on using an Instant Pot and an Air Fryer. Enjoy!

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It’s snowing outside. Wet. 5″ Deep. Cold. It’s better to be inside working on this blog.
I have had several requests/questions on how to convert a recipe from the stove/oven/frying process to an Air Fryer or Instant Pot. Air Fryer info can be a little hard to find, but it is there if you look. I recently received a book by Ben Mims, Air Fry Every Day, 2018 Clarkson Potter, New York ISBN 978-0-525-57609-9. A really good book and one you should add to your Kitchen Library.
“I’m a food writer, cookbook author, and recipe developer. I’ve formerly worked as the Test Kitchen Director at Lucky Peach magazine, Food Editor at Saveur magazine, a food editor at Food & Wine, and the pastry chef of Bar Agricole restaurant in San Francisco in 2013. I’ve authored three cookbooks: Air Fry Every Day: 75 Recipes to Fry, Roast, and Bake Using…

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