Guacamole is a staple that everyone loves -- but is there a way to make it even better than you thought? Empellon's Alex Stupak believes there is more than one way to make delicious guacamole, so he shows us three ways to tackle the classic recipe.
My ideal hot chocolate has creaminess from milk, subtle orange notes, and even a slight spiciness.
Here are some fresh takes on game-day foods that your guests are sure to devour.
Making soups from scratch yields delicious meals and helps limit your family's exposure to chemicals and added ingredients found in canned soups. As I've touched upon a little in this post, I always like to take it one step further by using safer food containers made of glass and stainless steel to help limit my use of plastics.
You can make the most of a tight budget -- without sacrificing flavor or variety.
Like millions of Americans, my family loves to watch the Super Bowl every year. My foodie husband, Ed, and I have a passion for the power of good, hea...
Is it possible to consume animal protein and still lay claim to a modicum of concern for animal welfare? I don't propose to answer that question, merely to explore the opportunities in our current social construct to make the attempt.
Why do wings get to have all the fun come Super Bowl Sunday?
Cold weather giving you the blues? Try brightening up your winter recipes with some fresh citrus fruits! Lemons, limes, grapefruits and oranges are at their sweetest and juiciest during the cold winter months, and they add a refreshing burst of flavor that will make you think of sunshine.
Let a savory, warming broth be the blank canvas of your winter meals.
Liquor and food do a dance that no other pairing knows the steps to.
I'm honored that the Bookstore in the Grove (in Coconut Grove) has come up with a new smoothie/shake named The Grapevine, after the Coconut Grove Grapevine, which is the daily news of Coconut Grove, Florida, of which I am the editor and publisher.
It produces replicable, perfectly cooked food without requiring much more from you than the press of a button.
Rather than, you know, microwaving and eating leftover pizza slices, you can smash those day-old pies together, slice and dice them, and fry up the little squares.
Recipes can be a connection to our past, our family, our history. Putting your stamp on them just enhances the story. And now, thanks to someone who had been a stranger, Cathy's family and mine are connected. Through a recipe. And a screen.
Chicken thighs were made for low-stress weeknight meals.