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Some of the best recipes are the old fashioned ones. I love making these jam bars because they are a delicious treat that packs easily into lunch boxes, and tastes great to the last crumb. Use cherry pie filling or your own cherry jam. These bars are rich and delicious.
Keeping your kid's school lunch appealing and interesting can seem like a chore. Children are fickle about their tastes and can love something one week and damn it the next. These homemade snacks make sure no one will ever get bored with their food at lunchtime.
With summer coming to a close we're soaking up the sun and cooking out of doors as much as possible. Doesn't food taste so much better when kissed by the fresh air and flavorful smoke of a wood burning fire? It's something I miss when the chill of fall is upon us.
Several wine experts have stated that Walla Walla has the best wine in Washington! That is certainly a bold statement so to investigate, we left the Seattle area for a five-hour drive to the southeast corner of the state for some research, testing, and tasting.
These cool nights and hot summer days makes everything taste better. My technique for getting the best taste from my grill is simple. Dry rub everything. This flavor packed combination of seasonings will give everything a better fla...
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Even though I homeschool, it's such a relief when we can go back to a strict schedule to our day. My kids seem to respond in a positive way, although I think it may have to do with all the food prep that happens.
These are the most beautiful days of summer on the coast of Maine. The days have quickly become shorter, but they are crisp and clear. These are the few weeks of the year when tourists have gone home for the most part, yet the businesses are still open.
Fruity and cold, you are going to love this new cocktail recipe from Foodista contributor, Julia, for this fabulous drink!
Nearly every culture on Earth has them. Some are boiled, some are steamed. Some are pan or wok fried. Some are dropped by the spoonful into a flavorful stew or broth. They are pinched, pleated, folded, formed. They are eaten with chopsticks, spoons, forks, fingers.
Part 1- Sound Views and Fresh Seafood- Tofino
Tomato week is in full swing celebrating all the deliciousness that this vegetable (that's really a fruit) brings to the table.
Homemade ice cream can be as simple as whipping up a smoothie. This recipe for no-churn strawberry ice cream is a favorite because you dump everything into a blender and then transfer the mixture into the freezer - no ice cream maker required.
A Singapore street food chef is the first in the World to win a Michelin star. Chan Hon Meng, chef and owner of Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle, won the coveted culinary award in July for his less than $2 a plate signature dish - the cheapest Michel-starred meal in the world.
The dog days of summer are welcome on the farm. We have a garden to harvest and that means early mornings with plenty to do all day. Family dinner feels like a peaceful break from the busiest season.
Pork dumplings, or siu mai, are an ubiquitous dish found in Cantonese dim sum restaurants. Preparing dim sum is an art, but there are some dishes that can easily be made at home. My go-to, easy-to-make dumplings are pork and shrimp siu mai.
Among the bustling streets of Sao Paolo, Brazil are small metal carts offering mortadella sandwiches to passersby. These simple and unassuming meal is a staple for Brazilians. Its a quick and delicious bite to eat that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or even dinner.
The Miami based Oriental Packing Co. recently recalled over 188 tons of blended curry products because it is contaminated with lead. Lead can build up in the body and cause serious, even permanent health problems.
A hearty meal for brunch or summer supper, Frittata is a popular choice for a meal on our farm. It's a tasty catch all for the extra things from the garden, and each time they are made a little bit different.