Summer Vegetable Pasta with Crispy Goat Cheese Medallions This vegetarian pasta recipe is loaded with fresh vegetablessweet spring onions, tangy cherry tomatoes and plenty of baby spinach. Goat cheese medallions are coated with panko and lightly crisped under the broiler, making this a restaurant-worthy yet super-simple and impressive weeknight dinner.
Nature's Knockout shares a recipe for a raw green smoothie recipe that tastes like an orange creamsicle.
4.41 / 5 Stars | 25 Reviews by SARATHERESA "Pecans are cooked to the soft ball stage with brown sugar, white sugar, evaporated milk and butter and then beaten and poured on a slab to firm up in these sweet, chewy candies." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
4.1 / 5 Stars | 51 Reviews by annnn "Vinegar with a bit of sugar "pickles " the cucumbers and red onion slices nicely. Serve as is, or spoon over grilled hamburgers or layer between two slices of cheese in a grilled cheese sandwich." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
4.7 / 5 Stars | 197 Reviews by SOUTHERNGIRL3 "This is as Southern as you can get." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
Many people are familiar with using thermos bottles for hot beverages, like coffee or cocoa, but many thermoses are designed specifically for hot food. Using a thermos increases your options for taking lunch with you. Foods, such as soup or baked beans, that would become unsafe to eat if left to sit all morning can stay piping hot if prepared properly and put into a thermos.
From her 30th book, ‘The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook,’ celebrated author Jackie Collins shares a recipe for zucchini boats, as well as her signature Jackie Collins Cocktail.
A collection of tips to help you eat sushi like a boss - a few simple pointers that even big sushi lovers often forget.
Chef Pascal Lorange, executive chef of Fig & Olive, shares one of his signature dishes, a fig and gorgonzola tartlet. Chef Pascal has a love of cooking in his genes. The third generation chef splits his time between all his restaurants and prides himself in using olive oil instead of cream or butter in all his recipes.
4.63 / 5 Stars | 17 Reviews by valerio "A spice-rubbed pork butt is cooked in a pressure cooker in a sauce of honey, molasses, hot sauce, and garlic. The sweet and spicy pulled pork is then served on a Kaiser roll with homemade coleslaw and barbeque sauce." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
Most herbal teas have some medicinal properties that remain active in the body for a period of time after drinking. These chemicals can affect your system in various ways. Because herbal teas are not strictly regulated, you can buy almost any medicinal tea over the counter in health food stores or herb shops. Consult a health practitioner or herbal specialist before using any herbal tea to ensure it is right for your condition.
Savoy cabbages are immediately recognizable on the shelves of your supermarket. They're shaped into a tight, round head, like conventional green or red cabbages, but the leaves have the distinctively wrinkled appearance of Napa cabbage leaves. Savoy varieties are milder-flavored than regular green cabbage, but the two can be used interchangeably in recipes.
Chicken & Asparagus with Melted Gruyere Menu Chicken gets special treatment in this easy, cheesy recipe. Serve with a fresh side salad and strawberries with dark chocolate sauce. Chicken & Asparagus with Melted Gruyere Sugar Snap Pea & Barley Salad Rich Chocolate Sauce
I know what you're thinking. "Here's how to pair beer with Mexican food: insert lime into Pacifico. Drink." I won't tell you not to drink your Coronas, Pacificos, and Tecates, but other beers can offer some serious south-of-the-border beer pairing satisfaction. Just like a well-made sauce can improve a dish, a well-paired beer can make any meal just a bit more awesome.
When I strolled into the new Carolina Kitchen at Brentwoods Rhode Island Row, my immediate impulse was to spin around and find another fix for whiting. While the Southern-style restaurant, the fourth from owner Lance London, talks a good game about freshness, the sight of a wall of industrial-size Campbells Soup cans stacked in front of its open kitchen suggests a factory-to-table approach. Read full article >>
Okra is a classic Southern vegetable found in many one-pot dishes such as gumbo. The slimy liquid inside the okra acts as a thickening agent for a gumbo or stew base. Aside from this common use, okra is also served breaded and fried or baked. If you want the crunchy texture of fried okra without the added fat and grease of oil cooking, bake your breaded okra in a traditional oven or convert the cooking time slightly and get the same result from your convection oven.