Four Points Foodie spices up airwaves with radio segment on cooking, food, gadgets

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Radio 1370-AM and the Craig Bushon Show proudly announce the

addition of Rider on Recipes, a new cooking segment featuring local

Austin cook and Four Points Foodie Blogger Stacey Rider.

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segment which launched earlier this month offers ideas, recipes,

time- and money- saving tips, and introduces unique gadgets that

will help build meals for the entire family.  

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Listeners can e-mail Rider at RiderOnRecipes@gmail.com with

requests or suggestions.

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“Creating recipes have long been a passion of mine,” said Rider. 

 

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been able to share my love of cooking through food blogs, catering

and local demonstrations but the Craig Bushon Show takes it to a

much higher broadcasting level and I’m honored to be working with

such a professional team.”

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very excited about Stacey Rider joining our team with the Rider on

Recipes segment. This is sure to be a big hit with our listeners.

Stacey brings a down-home-but-sophisticated perspective to cooking

that you don’t want to miss,” said Bushon.

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mother of five, a cook and local Realtor with the Bartlett Real

Estate Group, Keller Williams Realty. In her spare time, she is

also the Four Points Foodie food blogger, where she writes about

creating custom cuisine and shares her recipes.

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interested can tune in to the Rider on Recipes segment on the Craig

Bushon Show airing Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m. on Talk Radio 1370-AM.

Each week the segment  will feature a different recipe and how to

break it down so that even the basic cook can prepare it with

ease.

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excited,” said Rider, “and thrilled to share my recipes with

Austin.”

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following is a sample of one of Rider’s recipes from her blog,

fourpointsfoodie.com:

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salmon with sake butter

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Ingredients:

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brown sugar, packed

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sauce

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water

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(soybean paste)

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either fillets or slab — your preference

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olive oil

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fresh chives, chopped

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jasmine rice

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ginger, peeled and minced

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shallots, minced

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butter

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1 t sake

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heavy cream

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butter, diced

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lime juice

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taste

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Directions: Preheat your grill or broiler, depending on how you

plan to cook the salmon. Combine the brown sugar, soy, hot water

and miso in a small bowl, stirring well.   Marinate the salmon for

10 minutes. Arrange salmon on baking sheet or on grill, brushed

with olive oil so it doesn’t stick. Grill or broil for 10 minutes

or until fish flakes easily when tested with a fork, basting with

the miso sauce during the cooking process. Sprinkle with

chives.

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Marinating the fish

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cooking the salmon, start the sake butter. In a small saucepan over

medium-low heat, sweat the ginger and shallots with the 1 T of

butter. Add 1/2 C sake and simmer for 3 minutes. Add the heavy

cream, stir and simmer for an additional 3 minutes. Add the diced

butter, bit by bit, whisking constantly to incorporate. Remove from

heat and whisk in the additional 1 t of sake, lime juice and

salt.

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plate, make a bed of jasmine rice, salmon and sake butter and

serve!

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