Featured Salted Chef Kelly Boyer – chef to the Stars

Not only is Kelly fantastic to watch on Saltedtv – Her videos are fun, light, entertaining and inspire you to cook healthy.  A must watch video is her one on spiralizing vegetables to make zucchini pasta commonly now referred to as "zoodles".

Founder and Executive Chef of Paleta, the wildly popular farm-to-table meal delivery service that is committed to locally sourced and humanely raised ingredients.  Started in 2005, Paleta Initially conceived to bring healthy, delicious options to her clients in their homes and has been thriving ever since, expanding to include cold-pressed juices, cleanses, and snacks.  Numerous celebrities  who have expressed their fandom, include; Jessica Biel, Jaime King, Scott Wolf, and Wayne Brady.

An advocate of farm-to-table eating, she incorporates fresh local produce in her meal plans every day. A graduate of Le Cordon Bleu culinary arts program, Kelly decided that the French cuisine she so loved to cook could be healthier and changed it up a bit in developing the menus for Paleta.

 executive Chef and Founder, Kelly Boyer,  is also a featured  saltedtv.com  chef
She believes that her toxic-food free diet has been the key to her good health.

A Carb-Free alternative to traditional pasta – "Zoodles"

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Gourmet Artisan Salumi by Saltedtv featured Chef — Elias Cairo of Olympia Provisions

Salumist, Elias Cairo, Olympia Provisions

Salumist, Elias Cairo, Olympia Provisions

 

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Salumist, Elias Cairo, grew up first generation Greek-American, with a father who made charcuterie at home. For five years in Switzerland under master chef Annegret Schlumpf, Cairo completed a chef apprenticeship developing his skills and passion for making charcuterie utilizing the finest ingredients. The experience affirmed his beliefs – handmade is better. Back in Portland, Oregon, Elias set out to approach the craft of charcuterie with purity and patience, recreating a nearly extinct old world technique that’s seldom seen in America.

Cairo has plans to put Portland on the artisanal meat map with his Olympia Provisions store, 2 restaurants, and online shop which provides a new Twist on Old-Country Tastes.

Check out "Salami of the Month Club,"  which allows members to sample one variety of its 12 salamis each month.

Olympia Provisions is a USDA approved charcuterie shop in Portland, Oregon. The focus right now is all things pork!  They butcher, cure, ferment, stuff, dry, cook and smoke almost every cut of the venerable pig.  Shop the online store for a nice selection of goods starting at $10.

Here's two of the many offerings you will find available online.

The ever growing popularity of dry rosé in the wine world is remarkable. We here at OP happen to love rosé (and not just in the summer), it pairs perfectly with all our offerings.
— Elias Cairo
 
  Watts Up Rosé  from our friends at  wineawesoness.com

 Watts Up Rosé from our friends at wineawesoness.com

Elias is also a celebrated chef on Saltedtv.com.  He provides expert instruction on sausages, grinding meat and serving salami.  Take a look  and sign up for your own free three month account

Salted Chefs make it easy to cook better

Chef Daniel Holzman from The Meatball Shop in New York City shows us how to make chicken parmesan and the perfect meatball.  He also shows us how to cut garlic.

Now that we have had time to go through some of the Salted tutorials, it's true you really do learn best from experts.  The Salted Chefs patiently take you through the steps to culinary delights.  They include their signature dishes for you to make yourself - good way to look like a professional to family and friends.  Even meals that seem complicated to try are presented in a matter of fact way that allows you to successfully make them. Some of our favorites are from Daniel Holzman, Chef at The Meatball Shop.  He takes us through a meatball, garlic cutting lesson, and our favorite, chicken parmesan.  Daniel also shows you how to make the best meatball - see the recipe and instructions below. So simple after you watch the lesson, you can't wait to try it.

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The Perfect Meatball – by Dennis Holzman

The Meatball shop founder DANIEL holzman

The Meatball shop founder DANIEL holzman

Chef DANIEL HOLZMAN  famous meatball sliders

The texture for these meatballs is really Special. The ricotta gives it fat without making it heavy. It’s toothsome. light. fluffy & moist.
— Daniel Holtman, Executive Chef & co-owner of the Meatball Shop and author of the Meatball Shop Cookbook

Ingredients

balls - meatballs from  the  meatballshop.com

balls - meatballs from the meatballshop.com

 

YIELD: Makes about 2 dozen 1 1/2-inch balls

– Ground beef (2 pounds)
– Eggs (2)
– Salt (2 1/2 teaspoons)
– Bread crumbs (1/2 cup)
– Chili flakes (pinch)
– Fennel seed (pinch)
– Fresh parsley, chopped (1/4 cup)
– Fresh oregano, chopped (1/4 cup)
– Ricotta cheese (2 ounces)
– Olive oil

Preparation

THE STEPS

1. Combine the ground beef, eggs, and salt in a bowl.

2. Add the bread crumbs, chili flakes, fennel seeds, parsley, and oregano.

3. Add the ricotta cheese.

4. Mix the meat mixture with both hands.

5. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or lightly coat it with oil.

6. Before forming all the meatballs, cook one meatball in a frying pan with olive oil for around two minutes. Once cooked,
    taste to make sure the meat is seasoned properly. Adjust seasoning as necessary.

7. Portion the meatballs by scooping the meat with an ice cream scooper. This will ensure that all the meatballs are a
   similar size, about two ounces.

8. After the meat has been portioned out, form the meatballs by rolling them between both hands.

9. Place the meatballs in a 425 degree oven for about 17 to 20 minutes. Once cooked, serve with tomato sauce or use as
    otherwise desired. 

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 The actual chef  will answer,  because Salted and its chefs, are looking to build long-term relationships with their students. You learn expert skills, tips, and how to create their signature (fantastic) dishes from the best chefs in the country  including Roy Choi, Jason Travi, Eric Greenspan, Daniel Holzman, Jonathan Benno and more.  You can save your favorite recipes to your online cookbook for easy access,  a nice personal touch.

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For example, you can watch Nick Vitulli from The Famous bar in Los Angeles make a FRENCH 75 , which is a very traditional, classic drink invented in 1915 in Paris.  As the current head barman for The Famous, Nick offers up an extensive selection of whiskeys as well as a cocktail menu featuring artisanal spirits. In 2013, The Famous was named one of the best bars in America by Details magazine.

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 New York City, The Meatball Shop

The Meatball Shop, the brainchild of Daniel and his childhood pal Michael Chernow, has taken NYC by storm, now with several locations around the city. Many New Yorkers will swear that there’s simply no better meatball than what comes out of Daniel’s kitchen.

an interview with DANIEL HOLZMAN "the meatball guy" of The Meatball Shop New York City

an interview with DANIEL HOLZMAN "the meatball guy" of The Meatball Shop New York City

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