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“Soup Seminar, Part L: Today, we have yet Another Excellent Bean Soup Recipe—Mexican-Style Black Bean Soup to be Precise!” by Chef Gervais Krinkelmeier


 
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SOUP SEMINAR, PART L—BLACK BEAN SOUP

 

Soup Seminar, Part L: Today, we have yet Another Excellent Bean Soup Recipe—Mexican-Style Black Bean Soup to be Precise!” by Chef Gervais Krinkelmeier

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Bakersfield, CA, 04-27-2013 S: Friends, we have been busy discussing other things last week, primarily the Boston Marathon bombing but one thing I must mention prior to leaving for the next six months is my joy at the collapse of the President Obama’s gun bills.  I have to admit that I was sick to my stomach seeing the parents of the murdered children and the spouses of murdered schoolteachers standing behind the President being used as props. President Obama did not want to keep guns out of the hands of criminals he wants to keep them out of the hands of law-abiding citizens.  Everything is virtually political nowadays and the fact that our government, primarily the Democrats but with the support of many RHINOS, is on a non-stop agenda to first smash this bill through both houses onto the President’s desk and then another, one after another, nonstop.   I must admit, I am in agreement with what Rush Limbaugh was saying last week in regard to the President and his measures to seize the guns of Americans, he expected the bill to sail through his Senate, the one packed with his creatures, and to fail in the Republican-controlled House.  He and like-minded members of his administration and party fully intended to beat Republicans over the head in next year’s midterms by accusing them of ‘not caring about the American people but about their own gun-loving ways’ in order to try to get the House back.  The fact that four Democrats, brave people no doubt in the Senate said, “Hell, no” in regard to his bill is impressive because those four individuals will be heading to the woodshed for a good dose of Obama discipline.  He will threaten them with the withholding of campaign funds when they run for reelection again and it’s hard to say as to whether they will crumble or they won’t.  Do not doubt for one minute that President Barack Obama intends on seizing the House back in 2014 so he can finish ramrodding socialism down our throats whether we like it or not.  I beg you, do NOT forget how we arrived at our present situation, they had virtual control of both houses of congress and the presidency from 2008 to 2010 when the good people of this nation rose up and said “NO! WE ARE NOT GOING TO DO THIS ANYMORE, YOU NEED TO BE STOPPED!”

Governor Mitt Romney, Republican Presidential Candidate 2012

Unfortunately, 2012 could have been the dismantling of the socialist policies put into place during the president’s first administration but the Republicans put up Mitt Romney, God knows him to be a good man, but how the hell could the man win when much of the base remained home?  Why did they remain home?  Because he was scared to attack the President on his policies, primarily Obamacare as the man had his own healthcare plan shoved down the throats of the citizens of his home state, Massachusetts, during the time he governed the state.  The fact that he could not bring it up lest they ramrod it down his throat made his chances of winning the White House somewhat moot but I hope to God that everyone does in 2014 what they did in 2010.   Even my wife, a lifelong Democrat is beginning to look at things for what they are and my prophecy to her is that next year, when the uninformed voters actually discover that the cost of the Affordable Care Act is going to fall squarely upon their shoulders, they are going to riot in the streets.  Answer me this: why else are the government’s law enforcement and security agencies buying up ammunition in record amounts?  I do not think they are going to invade Mexico and dispatch the drug cartels; they are planning on widespread public turmoil, disturbances, upsets, and outbreaks of violence.  I predict that based on that fact alone that the President is either going to try to seize power for good or will go down as vilified as England’s King John.  Do not remember who King John was?  He is the man who the English nobles forced into signing the Magna Carta, the act that stripped him of much of his powers, an event so horrid that no one has ever been named “John” in the royal family ever again.  It would be a shame if we did not have another minority candidate for president elected ever again but if that does happen, you can lay the blame at Obama’s door.

House Minority Whip, Republican Congressman Kevin McCarthy

What we must do as a party, and remember: I am more a Libertarian than a Republican is—is to fight every step of the way rather than acting like the RHINOS running the conservative side of the aisle.  I believe that the Republican leadership, primarily House Speaker John Boehner, Eric Cantor, and Kevin McCarthy, are willing coconspirators of the Democrats, as they seem intent on doing their bidding, no matter what it is.  Look at that senile imbecile Senator John McCain, that man is a horrible individual, he and is buddy Lindsay Graham, another pathetic senator, always seem to side with Obama.  In a two-party system, why is it that the majority of the long-term elected Republicans so willing to throw in with the President, to do his bidding?  It is enough to make one want to puke their guts but if it isn’t stopped or they do not stop it themselves, the nation will be lost—have no doubt!

Today, we are making another bean-based soup, Black Bean, to be precise but with Mostaccioli, broccoli, cauliflower, and a host of other veggies.  I enjoy this soup and it’s a good thing to note that during the 1990’s, we began using black beans in many different preparations because we saw them as “new” and “exciting” when in fact, Latino cooks have used them for centuries.  Like most things, we are “late to the table” but no matter, as long as we are here now, that is all that matters!  Here’s our soup:

(#1761) BLACK BEAN SOUP

 


Black bean soup is one of those delicious, Latino-inspired soups that one finds in many specialty and ethnic restaurants nowadays.  However, if one runs thematic menus as a special night, then it is important to be able to serve authentic foods from start to finish.  This soup is just that, it is a perfect starter for “Mexican Night,” as it sets the tone for what has to come.  I think that once you have the opportunity to enjoy the completed product, you are going to be converted for life, as will all of your guests!

Yield: 8-12 servings / Mis-en-place: 2 Hours.
 

 


Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
The Beans:
1
Cup
Black beans (rinsed, picked over, cleaned) 
 
1
Gallon
Chicken stock
 
1
Tablespoon
Better-than-Bouillon chicken base
 
1.5
Teaspoons
Kosher salt
 
1
Each
Bay leaf
 
The Mirepoix:
.5
Cup
Bacon fat
 
.5
Cup
Finely-diced carrots
 
.5
Cup
Finely-diced celery
 
.5
Cup
Finely-diced yellow onions
 
1
Teaspoon
Minced garlic
 
1
Teaspoon
Kosher salt
 
.5
Teaspoon
Marjoram
 
.5
Teaspoon
Italian herbs
 
.5
Teaspoon
Whole thyme
 
.5
Teaspoon
Lawrey’s seasoned salt
 
.5
Cup
All-purpose flour
 
The Garnishes:
1
Cup
Cooked chicken meat, diced
 
1
Cup
Blanched diced red bell peppers
 
1
Cup
Blanched diced green bell peppers
 
1
Cup
Blanched broccoli florets
 
1
Cup
Blanched cauliflower florets
 
1
Cup
Blanched diced green zucchini
 
.25
Cup
Herdez red salsa medium-hot
 
1.5
Cups
Chopped fresh cilantro
 
2-4
Cups
Cooked Mostaccioli pasta
 
Minced scallions
 
Minced fresh parsley flakes
Rinsed and dried

 


Method:

1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready!  Prepare the beans as directed.  Place a large saucepot atop high flame filled with the chicken stock, the chicken base, and the bay leaves.  When it is boiling, add the black beans and begin cooking them.  After 2-3 minutes of boiling, lower the flame to medium-low and let them cook for about 50-60 minutes or until the beans feel al dente-tender, meaning soft to the tooth but not mushy.  As soon as you reach this point, strain out the beans reserving the broth and plunge the beans into a bowl of ice water to retard further cooking. Return the stock to the stovetop over medium flame.  Prepmaster’s Note: during the cooking process, skim off any scum that rises to the top taking care to discard it.  Should liquid reduce to below three quarts, replace it with additional hot water or chicken stock. 

2.     In a large rondeau or heavy-duty 1.5-gallon saucepot, add the bacon fat, the veggies, and the seasonings.  Begin sautéing the soup’s mirepoix over medium flame taking care to stir it frequently.  When the veggies are tender and the air aromatic with the combined fragrances of the vegetables and the herbs and spices, begin stirring in the flour.  Prepmaster’s Note:  I mean for this soup to be mostly liquid but it is preferable to have a mild amount of thickness.  This is good for both the server and the customer/guest as it keeps it from being quite so “sloshy” and also from spattering.  Cook the roux until it’s blond, then begin whisking in the stock, taking care to whisk constantly as to prevent any lumps from forming. When accomplished, allow the soup to simmer over medium heat. 

3.     Meanwhile, have the rest of the ingredients ready.  Blanch each vegetable separately from the others in the top of a vegetable steamer over boiling SALTED water.  The minute the veggies are al dente-tender, plunge them into ice water.  When completed, drain them as well as the beans and then combine them all together.  Add the chicken meat, heat it in the microwave oven and then add to the soup along with the salsa.  Check and readjust the flavorings and at this point, stir in the chopped cilantro.  Again, check the flavorings and readjust and if need be, add some additional chicken base.
 
 
4.     To serve, place the cooked Mostaccioli into either soup bowls or cups placed atop doily-lined underliners.  Then, ladle soup in atop them, garnish each one with minced scallions and parsley flakes, and then serve.  Accompany with hot flour or corn tortillas, hot sauce, butter, and anything else deemed by you to be appropriate or necessary. 

5.     Pour leftover soup into a shallow pan placed atop cooling rack and quickly reduce internal temperature to below 45°F.  Then, place inside your refrigerator with sufficient airflow on all sides.  When completely cool, pour into a sanitized airtight container equipped with a tight-fitting lid.  Label, date, and refrigerate.  Use within 1-3 days and note, if you have the veggies and chicken within the actual stock, the soup will sour more quickly than if you do not.  A soup like this is a PRESENTATION soup, meaning that it is best if served to order and that the server adds the ingredients to it as they serve it.  Keep the basic soup stock ready to go and then place not only the pasta but also the chicken meat and the vegetables atop that and then top with the soup.  Doing it, this way makes the soup more beautiful than if you combine everything together but it is up to you to serve it how you want.  Anyhow, never return leftover amounts to the parent batch if you serve it in installments as this can also sour the soup. 

Everyone tends to enjoy Hispanic-style foods and this soup is a good starter for a Mexican Night at your hotel fine dining or country club establishment.  As always, we base a soup’s finished essence on the quality of the stock and our ability to flavor it so flavor it to what you consider the appropriate taste.

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          One more day to go and so far, I have not done anything wrong and have not been cursed or blessed with another week, so that is good!  Anyhow, I urge all of you to observe the world around you, do not take things for how they seem, look at them for what they are.  Like Stinkbug is famous for saying, “It is what it is,” which means that things are one way but beneath them, there may be something else, you know, an ulterior motive, something of which, we all need to be concerned.  The President seemingly was angry last week when the Senate booted his gun bill out the door but not for the reasons he mentioned.  No one lied about the bill with the exception of one individual: the President.  The President knows that he will never be able to declare a “state of emergency” and seize power for good because the American people will fight him every block, every street, every house.  No one is going to surrender their freedoms, God-granted us by the United States Constitution.  Sure, I hear the crowd that bleats out like sheep, “But they accepted slavery!”  No, they did not, they knew at some point they would have to deal with it but getting rid of the British was the first priority and that slavery would follow—which it did, less than seventy-five years later.  Read your history, educate yourselves, find the right books and by all means, visit the Heritage Foundation, they have all the right information, the TRUE information!                                              

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