New episodes of the gay-themed British companion shows "Cucumber" and "Banana" air tonight on Logo TV -- and we've got a sneak peek!
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Spring is in the air -- and in our cocktail glasses -- thanks to these seasonally inspired sips.
We are rebooting our metabolism with this avocado veggie pita pizza. We cleared out what was left in our veggie drawer and created a nutritious ener...
The two hotly-anticipated dramas "Cucumber" and "Banana" are set to "sneak premiere" on Logo TV March 2 -- and we've got an advance peek at the steamy...
Freddie Fox stated this week that he cannot define his sexuality because one day he "might fall in love with a man."
Fox, currently the star of que...
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From the writer of the iconic "Queer As Folk" and the much beloved "Dr. Who" comes "Cuc...
Tasting Table | Recipes | Karen Palmer
Cucumber ice cream.
When I first read those words on Miles Thompson's menu at a recent Beard House dinner, I...
Barbecue season is here and with a cool tzatziki sauce, your grilled meat will taste even better.
With Cinco de Mayo coming up, why not make dinner more fun and festive? Break out the blender and you're practically there.
In Bridgehampton, NY there's a great little Sicilian restaurant, Osteria Salina, serving up delicious Italian food. While everything on the menu is great, the simple cucumber antipasto they bring out as soon as you sit down really stands out.
The lime-infused oil drizzled on the chilled soup just before serving brings out the tomatoes' flavor even more.
The humble cucumber is transformed into a beautiful gazpacho.
The quintessential summer sandwich!
Here are two simple dishes that illustrate how warming and cooling foods can be integrated into your diet to help achieve balance and wellbeing.
Tabouli Salad is a great way to use colorful antioxidant rich fresh produce: Sunripened tomatoes, cool cukes, sensuous spearmint and hip hempseed.
Wherever you procure your fresh produce, salads festooned with leafy herbs and fruity vinegars are a no fuss, low calorie answer to light and flavor-filled summer eating.
You can beat the heat with cooling and moistening foods like cucumber, melons, mint and raw greens that balance soaring temperatures and dampen the fiery flames of summer.
For the past 51 weeks, Food52.com readers have been voting in weekly showdowns of reader-submitted recipes on a given theme. The winning recipes of ea...
Dean worked closely with his certified organic lab to develop a plant-derived collagen: not an animal derived one. Even working with a "green" lab, it was difficult to convince them, "No Lather!"
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