One of the things on my 12 for 2012 list was implementing a new print feature for recipes and a better search feature for archives. So far, I am halfway there with easier printing, still walking in mud with the search/category stuff, but we’re making progress! In addition to the print feature, there is also [...]
One of the guilty pleasures of a food blog is the occasional invitation to review a cookbook. It is like being invited to a party just to talk about food, which is just my kind of party. I admit I am showing up fashionably late in this instance since The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food From [...]
Years ago I used balsamic vinegar for marinades and salad dressings, thinking I was a culinary genius (ah, youth). Although I still use what we call balsamic in the U.S. for these same applications, our trip to Italy opened my eyes to true balsamic vinegar. The sweet, tangy, complex, thick syrup garnishing our cheese plate [...]
There is just something wonderful about discovering good food and sharing it with friends. Whenever I have the good fortune of trying great, new products the first thing I want to do is invite you all to pull up a seat at the table. I would like nothing more than to sit face to face [...]
When you post a Sprouted Wheat French Bread recipe and you get an email from a company offering to send you a sample of their sprouted grain products, that my friends, is serendipity. Which is exactly what happened and I am a new fan of Columbia County Bread and Granola. As I mentioned in my [...]
It is always fun when I can share a recipe from a cookbook review, it is a little bit like sharing a secret with a friend. Although I couldn’t post the recipe for Chicken with Creamy Dijon Mustard Sauce, I hope it gave you a feel for the variety of recipes compiled in The Food52 [...]
I find so many cooking sources on-line through my husband, who nudges me with subtle suggestions in emails with a link. Food 52 was one of those serendipitous finds and I became a subscriber right away. Their passion is sharing good food and building community among home cooks, so it was an easy “yes” when [...]
It is wonderful to get away, gain perspective, refresh, and renew. Then again, there seems to be more laundry at the end of such an escape, and a feeling I may have missed something important. It is easy for the negative to creep in if you let it—stats/views fall off, out of the rhythm of [...]
When writing about Emeril’s Wok Seared Duck Salad, I mentioned his recommendation for fish sauce with the ingredient list. Shortly after posting, Red Boat Fish Sauce asked if I would try their sauce to compare. I only recommend products I like and use, so it has taken me a couple of weeks to put it [...]
Greg, of Sherwood, Arkansas is the lucky winner of Emeril’s Zak! Table Art 7-piece Flame-Shaped Serving Bowls. Greg can look forward to receiving this versatile serving set just in time for holiday entertaining. Thank you, everyone, who participated in the giveaway! Special thanks to Zak! Designs, The Secret Ingredient, and Emeril for making this giveaway [...]
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- Orange Balsamic Glazed Ribs ~ Banish the Ho-Hums! February 20, 2013
- Helen’s Chicken Soup: A Bowl of Comfort February 27, 2013
- Hearth & Soul Hop at Savoring Today May 23, 2013
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- Date-Fudge Truffles with Sea Salt May 7, 2013
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- In My Kitchen, May 2013 May 1, 2013
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