What is BBSC?

We’re going to assume that you’re here on purpose and weren’t just accidentally redirected while looking for porn. (What the hell were you searching for that would take you to a cooking site?) Either way, welcome to the Brothers Brown School of Cooking, the place to come when you want to learn how to make badass meals without breaking the bank or having to know how to make a veal demi-glace from memory.

Why should you listen to us, other than the fact that we apparently know how to cook and you don’t? Well, aside from our pure, unbridled awesomeness we break things down for you in plain-speak instructions and pretty pictures to enable you to make food that you may have thought would be too complicated. For example, we’ll bet you’ll scratch your head if we ask for a chiffonade, but can easily roll up a few pieces of basil and cut them into equal, thin strips. Congratulations, you just got your first lesson in French technique.

Are you intrigued yet? Then check out “The Tools” and “Essential Ingredients” to get started, or just dive in to whatever recipe we’ve posted that looks good. Or you can ignore us and go see how long it takes to make one of those 30 minute meals all the kids are talking about these days.

One response to “What is BBSC?

  1. Sir Loin & T Bone, quite impressive.

    How about this:


    2 lbs chicken breast
    2 medium onions
    4 cloves of garlic
    2 C corn (fresh, frozen or canned. I prefer canned corn with the juice.)
    ¼ C flour
    ¾ C chicken broth
    2 C half and half
    1 ½ C monterey jack shredded cheese (see comments)
    ¼ lb butter
    1 tsp Tabasco Sauce
    1 ½ tsp chili powder
    1 tsp ground cumin
    ½ tsp salt
    ½ tsp pepper
    8-16 oz white beans

    Cook chicken and sauté onions and garlic in butter.

    In a large pot add remaining butter, stir in flour until smooth. Add the cooked onions and garlic.

    Gradually stir in broth and half and half; mix until thickened.

    Stir in all remaining ingredients except the cheese (cube or shred the chicken).

    To heat it up, add chili peppers.

    Taste to determine if you want to add the cheese to the mix or to the individual bowl.

    Season to taste and let simmer for 20 minutes.

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