Fragrant with exotic spices and tenderized by a yogurt marinade, these wings will fly off the plate at your next party. Indian tandoori traditionally calls for a brilliant orangish-red powdered food coloring rarely found in Western kitchens. But you can imitate the hue with the liquid or paste food dye found in the baking section of most supermarkets or craft stores. To prevent sticking, brush and oil your grill grate and turn the wings once or twice with tongs as they cook.
So to the second best spoon in the world, it’s a pair actually of tiny salad servers by Fritiof. I don’t know how something can be so traditional and so modern at the same time, perfect scandinavian design.
We grilled a juicy Rib eye steak in the kitchen within minutes nice. The best thing is that flexibility of the glove allows you to #cook "hands on" - just say good bye to tongs! Do your traditional #ovenmitts allow you to do that?