Doughmamma is celebrating it's one year anniversary this Valentine's Day at Doughmamma.com and on the wonderful Huffington Post! As a thank you to Doughmamma readers, we will be giving away an organic baking box to one lucky winner announced March 1st, 2016.
What's better than a box of chocolates on Valentine's Day? A homemade chocolate dessert, of course. From Chocolate Bread Pudding to Chocolate Cupcakes to Chocolate Cream Pie, these desserts are sure to make your sweetheart swoon.
Hey y'all! Have you had a paloma before? It's kind of like the refreshing version of a margarita. Typically made with grapefruit juice, lime juice, tequila, and a sweetener. Definitely refreshing. A little tangy. A little sweet. A lot of goodness.
Those cheap little packages of dried noodle blocks that totally sustained you while writing your thesis? (Postmodern feminist theory FTW!) Well, turns out that there are plenty of delicious ways to cook them.
Yeah, it's cold. Even here in Miami. So what better way to warm up than with a steaming bowl of chili? How about with a smoking bowl of chili?
By being creative and adding a few superfood swaps and interchanging a couple ingredients, we can deliver all the sweetness and lasting memoires from your grandmothers' kitchen while keeping you ticker strong and your waistline lean.
This month is all about love, so we want to address what it's really like to be in a relationship with a foodie. It's mostly a pleasure to find yourself head-over-heels about someone who loves food, but it can also have its difficulties. If you're in a relationship with a food-crazed human or plan to be, this guide will help you navigate the ins and outs of love with the food-obsessed -- and show you how to do it with grace, dignity, and joy.
For the respect inherent in their work, the dedication to preserving and rebuilding resilient local communities, and their open willingness to teach others and spread their craft, these beekeepers are truly the bee's knees.
Looking to show you care with an edible gift? Nothing says it like chocolate! Pack these into boxes or cellophane bags, add a pretty ribbon, a romantic note, and you're golden!
The direction on what we're supposed to be feeding our kids seems to be as unpredictable as what will come out of Donald Trump's mouth next. One day, it's "have your kids eat this." The next day, it's "oh wait, just kidding, don't feed your kids that."
What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than by sharing a dessert with your honey? Restaurants these days are upping their game when it comes to the grand finales of their awesome meals.
These guys are canned -- just pop the top for eight immediate ounces of butter, a blend of Peruvian coffees/coffee extracts, MCT oil, and chicory.
In the world of Instagram, food obsessed feeds are stacked full with plates smothered in pasta swirls, burrata blobs, candlelit cocktails, stacks of towering sandwiches, fancy avocado toasts, mountains of macarons, squid and sushi platters, oozing egg yolks, rainbow sprinkle donuts, and the ubiquitous ice cream cone.
Last week I wrote a swooning review of Zahav restaurant in Philly's Society Hill neighborhood, the brilliant invention of Michael Solomonov, one of the most creative chefs of his generation. Eating at Zahav was supposed to be just one of many stops on a tour of Jewish sites of the city. Philadelphia has a rich Jewish history, dating back to Colonial times, and I'd hoped to explore more of it.
There are several advantages to using braised rather than roasted meat: When reheated it doesn't toughen or taste indefinably wrong, as a roast can; it is full of flavor from its time in the stewpot; and it comes with its own gravy from the braising process.
Vaclav Berka is the senior trade brewmaster and chairman of the supervisory board of Pilsner Urquell. One of the most famous beers in the world, Pilsner Urquell, is brewed in Pilsner in the Czech Republic. It is the world's first golden lager and has been brewed since 1842.