Ultimate Bacon-Stuffed Chicken Saltimbocca (Recipe Video)

We don’t publish many videos, but who could pass up a 7 minute video with bacon and Fabio. Yes, I just said bacon and Fabio.

Chicken Saltimbocca1 Ultimate Bacon Stuffed Chicken Saltimbocca (Recipe Video)

Tips:

  • Try this easy Italian recipe to take boring chicken breasts over the top.
  • Smart secret to evenly cooked chicken breast:  Use a meat mallet to pound the chicken breast with two pieces of plastic sheet to make them even thickness and mess free.
  • The trick to cooking with wine:  You may not always drink the wine you cook with, but always cook with wine that you would drink.  To avoid metallic pan sauces, do not use cast iron pans when making sauces with wine. Use non-reactive pans or non-stick.

Yield: 6 servings

Ingredients:

6  (6-oz) boneless, skinless chicken breasts, pounded to ¼-inch thickness
kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
12 fresh sage leaves
12 slices Italian prosciutto
3  tbsp    extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for drizzling
¼ cup    fresh-squeezed lemon juice
½ cup    chicken broth
½ cup dry white wine
lemon wedges for garnish (optional)

Method:

Lightly season the pounded chicken breasts on both sides with salt and pepper.
Place 2 sage leaves on top of each breast, then lay two slices of prosciutto flat on top of the sage leaves.
Fold the chicken breast in half, so that the sage and prosciutto are inside.  It’s okay if the ends of the prosciutto are peeking out.
Heat olive oil in a large, non-stick sauté pan on medium-high.
CHEF’S NOTE: For best results, do not use cast-iron or any other reactive pan.
Cook the chicken for 3-4 minutes per side, or until cooked through, and remove to a plate to keep warm.
Add lemon juice, chicken broth and white wine to the sauté pan, and stir to combine.
Bring the sauce to a boil and then reduce to a simmer.
Return the chicken to the pan and allow the sauce to simmer for 5 minutes, basting the chicken frequently.
To serve, pour the sauce over the chicken.
Season with black pepper and a drizzle of olive oil.
Serve with lemon wedges on the side.

Really Cool Mosaic Rubik’s Skateboard Deck

After their collaboration in 2005, Mekanism and Invader joined forces again. This time Invader created three original and unique skateboards for Mekanism. Each deck is covered by a mosaic made of real tiles and is signed, titled, dated and comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.

“Matrix deck” is the first out of the three original and unique skateboards created by Invader for Mekanism. It’s composed of the same red and blue tiles used in 2005 by Invader to create the original mosaic that was photographed and printed on each of the 100 Mekanism/Invader limited-edition skateboards. The eyes of the space invaders on “Matrix deck” are composed of mirror tiles.

“Above the city deck” is the second out of the three original and unique skateboards created by Invader for Mekanism. It’s composed of black and white micro tiles.

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“Rubik deck” is the third out of the three original and unique skateboards created by Invader for Mekanism. It’s composed of tiles taken from rubik’s cubes.

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Broadway Bomb Busted! NYC Judge Kills the Infamous Downhill Skateboard Race

The ‘Broadway Bomb Run’ is an infamous and illegal skateboard push race through the streets of New York City

broadway-bombThe Broadway Bomb started in 2000 as a branch off from the Central Park Race. While the Central Park Race was satisfying, many yearned for something more. Ian Nichols and Fred Mahe came up with the idea of a race to skate in traffic and called it the Broadway Bomb. The 1rst race was small, only 14 skaters. This year on the tenth anniversary we expect to have over 1000 skaters. This race is the highlight of skater!s whole lives. They train all year for 30 minutes of glory!

Here is a sum up of the bad big brother news…

From Reuters Newswire

A New York judge has banned up to 2,000 skateboarders from racing down a bustling stretch of Broadway after city officials said the unauthorized event known as “The Broadway Bomb” was a danger to pedestrians and motorists.

For a decade, skateboarders from around the world have barreled down an eight-mile section of the landmark Manhattan street, dodging traffic and people, as part of the annual daredevil race.

This year, they will have to defy a court order, and risk arrest to participate.

From the New York Times

The plan was for racers to converge at 116th Street and Riverside Drive on Saturday at noon and then race on skateboards — mainly longboards — down Broadway to the statue of a charging bull near Wall Street.

The city contended that racers have “engaged in reckless and dangerous behavior such as failing to stop for red lights, cutting off and weaving through moving vehicles,” the city’s Law Department said in a statement.

The judge ruled that the organizers were violating city regulations because they did not have a parade permit. Mr. Nichols said he would obey the ruling and take part in other races.

From the Village Voice

New York State Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey Wright ruled in favor of a city-backed injunction to halt this year’s race. And there’s a reason: as organizers of the race note in their slogan, “you could die.”

In addition to halting the race, Wright banned “any similar race.” In other words, organizers can’t just call the race something else and then go bombing down Broadway.

The judge also is requiring organizers to contact each of the 1,800 people expected to participate and tell them the race is cancelled. He also doesn’t want any “flash mobs” gathering as a result of the race.

From Ian Nichols via the Village Voice

“I don’t like jail,” Broadway Bomb organizer Ian Nichols tells the Voice. “They served me with legal papers — I have to distance myself from the race.”

But — as Nichols explains — that doesn’t necessarily mean people won’t be bombing down Broadway on long boards tomorrow afternoon.

There you have it, Bombers — you can still bomb tomorrow, but you will be bombing at your own risk.

This is the unofficial history of the biggest outlaw longboard race in the world; The Broadway Bomb.

Taking place on the world’s most famous boulevard and told by the champions and the organizers who make it happen every year; “Push Culture – The Broadway Bomb” is the story of a small group of 15 outlaw longboard skaters who weren’t satisfied racing in the passive environment of the parks of New York City so they took it to the streets.

Once a year in the fall the craziest longboard skaters in the city would brave the traffic of a busy Manhattan Saturday to see who could get from the Upper West Side at 116th st to the bull statue in the Financial District.

10 years later over 500 outlaw riders show up to ride the concrete wave of Broadway for the ultimate prize: City wide bragging rights as the fastest skater in all of NYC.

Take a look inside the mind of New Yorkers on the edge and the culture of push.

You can find out more from BroadwayBomb.com

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Skateboarding in China: Grinding Ordos the Mongolian Ghost Town

In this video, director Charles Lanceplaine follows a group of skaters looking to try their tricks in a new and different environment… Ordos …only to discover a glittering, modern city devoid of human occupants. [quote: The Atlantic]

Skating ORDOS

China’s city of Ordos was built for 1 million people and is currently inhabited by just a few thousand. It’s been called the Dubai of northern China, showered with wealth, packed with public infrastructure and located near to precious natural resources in a region plagued by water-supply troubles.

Ordos is a ghost town located in Inner Mongolia. Seeing the potential of this city in terms of spots we decided to organize a skate trip and be the first ones to skate such a surreal place.

Skaters: Jay Meador, Gustav Nymans, Tommy Zhao, Alexander Hwang, James Capps, Elliott Zelinskas & Brian Dolle

  • Directed, filmed & edited by: Charles Lanceplaine
  • Additional filming: Patrik Wallner & Tommy Zhao
  • Music: You Me by Hamacide + Chacha
  • Sound mix: Gaetan Lourmiere
  • Logo: jmartdesign.com
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The Twins by the Skate Fairy (Video)

Filmed, Edited and Directed by Ty Evans

Additional Filming: Ryan Lovell, Roger Bagley, Sam Newman, Chris Brunner

Featuring Pierce and Chris Brunner (filmed at age 12)

FILMED WITH: PANASONIC AF-100, PANASONIC GH-2, PANASONIC HVX-200, PANASONIC HPX-170, CANON 7D
CANON T2i

Music: Empire of the Sun “Walking On a Dream” Please support the artist here:
itunes.apple.com/us/album/walking-on-a-dream/id333726578?i=333726784

a film from the skatefairy.com

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Harley Davidson Nichts für brave Bürger

Harley Davidson Not for the Good Citizens

Harley Davidson Skateboard

Not many things are as badass as Harley Davidsons and now… We can grab some badass Harley Davidson Skateboards!

 

Found on the Harley Davidson Forums and made by Christoph Gey

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