This book is a delight. This book is important. And, if you love Italian food, this is book you have to own, read, use, and tote on that next trip to Italy.
It's almost physically impossible to do anything but grin while you're slurping boozy slush through a straw.
Heads up! Copper River salmon is once again available in the Lower 48. That's right. With great fanfare, Alaska Airlines delivered the first shipment of Copper River salmon to Seattle on Tuesday, May 17. For at least a few weeks, you should be able to buy this glorious fish (also called king salmon or "Chinook") for your table.
I have tried some great recipe ideas and one that I could hardly forget when I tried it recently was the roasted garbanzo beans. It's interesting to know that these legumes have been around for 7000 years and today India, Pakistan, Turkey, Ethiopia and Mexico are the highest producers.
We all have them. Those people in our lives that take just a little extra effort to impress. That's okay though because as adults (or wannabe adults) we know what we like and what we don't and that should be respected... no matter how high or low the standards.
Salad chain Sweetgreen announced two menu changes on Tuesday: The fast-growing and deep-pocketed company says it started contemplating how to make food healthier, and it's decided the first step is banning all traces of bacon, as well as Sriracha, from its 50 locations.
Everyone needs to have an emergency meal--something you can make at the last minute when dining-out plans fall through, your phone service is dead or it's 3 a.m. and you're too hungry to sleep.
Timing is everything for soft-shell crabs. They only come around during the summer when the blue crab casts away its hard shell.
Being gluten free is anything but easy, and eating at (almost) every restaurant is a hassle (if you have ever eaten with somebody who is gluten free, you know exactly what I am talking about). Luckily, restaurants are (finally) picking up on recent trends and offering options for us gluten-free folks.
They say "April showers bring May flowers," and boy are we happy to see them! Everywhere we look right now, bright bursts of color are springing up from the ground and blossoming all around us. Not only are these blooming beauties catching our attention on neighborhood strolls, they're delighting us by showing up on our dinner plates.
Forget the slow cooker, and your multifunction panini press: The real kitchen tool everyone is using to cook eggs is the same one you use to get those A+ flouncy curls in the morning.
These stunning creations caught our eye with their intricate detail, bright decorations and cream-filled centers.