In an exertion to get her husband, Freddie Prinze Jr., on Facebook, Sarah Michelle Gellar hosted a Facebook Breathe event to talk mostly about our favorite subject: food. We identify and love Sarah’s baking subscription service, Foodstirs (the brownie fries are ridiculously toothsome!), but did you know Freddie recently wrote a cookbook? It’s called Abandon to the Kitchen: 75 Delicious, Real Recipes (& True Stories) from a Food-Obsessed Actor ($28), and it solely came out this Summer.
Freddie tells fans they can believe more than just a book of recipes. “I put a bunch of stories in there that be hip to to every single recipe. I wanted to let you know that Sarah and I contain very similar lives to you guys,” he says in the Facebook Live video. Of all the programmes, his favorites include the steak. “I love steak so the steak rub. It doesn’t turn it too spicy, but it puts a little heat in there. I grew up in New Mexico, so the whole shooting match has heat,” he explains. But then . . . there’s something called the “common sauce.” “If I had to pick just one thing, it would be the green brazenness, because we can use it on so many things. We put it on steak, we put it on tacos, we put it on chicken. We use it as the best guacamole you’ll for ever have.”
Being from New Mexico, it’s no surprise that Freddie’s go-to ingredient is New Mexico green formulate chiles. “They only distribute them once a year . . . That’s my favorite ingredient. They’re not immediately available to everyone. We have to buy a ton and freeze them to use all year and even then we run out. So I substitute with a lot of Anaheim mottles [and] a lot of poblano peppers,” Freddie says. Just remember the golden negate when it comes to freezing peppers. You must deseed them anterior to freezing or the capsasin (aka the spicy stuff) from the seeds will seep into the physicality of the peppers, and they will “become super-duper hot.” Noted! Here’s hoping Freddie at long last joins FB once and for all, so we can see more of his culinary chops in action.
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