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Edible 4th of July shot glasses allow you to chase your favorite spirit with a sweet treat. The classic Rice Krispies treat recipe is spiked with some color to add some pizzazz. The cereal is then molded into a drinking vessel using plastic Dixie cups and a shot glass.
When the sparkler are lit, the only thing more sparkly is my love of coffee. I am the girl with the tankard of iced coffee stuck in her hand and phone in the other. I can snap pics of all the goodies people are eating while watching the 4th of July festivities.
I was invited to spend some time at the Ameristar Casino and Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri this past week, and was fed food fit for royalty.
Along with hamburgers, hot dogs are the quintessential 4th of July food. The grill is lined with franks getting their char on while eaters patiently wait for their order to be up.
Mini firecracker pop rock cake are crackling with flavor. This colorful 4th of July dessert is a great way to involve the whole family in the festivities. Boxed cake mix is the secret to crafting this treat because it makes for quick and easy preparation.
A fun and festive cocktail is in order when celebrating the US independence day. These two tequila cocktails pack a punch of flavor using premium spirits and fresh fruit. Shake them up individually or serve them in a punch bowl for everyone to enjoy at their leisure.
In Cuban cooking, mojo refers to a sauce made with olive oil, garlic, and typically sour orange juice (also called bitter orange juice). Roasting pork in this simple blend of ingredients results in an unctuous dish that packs an amazing punch of flavor.
Southern California is experiencing one of many summer heat waves. I can't stand the thought of turning on the oven and the thought of cooking makes me avoid the kitchen entirely.
During the summer, we drink a lot of extra water to make up for the exercise and outdoor time we take part in. It can be difficult to refill that glass for the 10th time when drinking plain water, so the solution is infusing it with healthy flavor!
This rainbow fruit salad is one of the easiest dishes you will ever make. It only requires a few minutes to prepare the fruit before it is ready to serve. You can serve this as is, on a beautiful white platter, or alongside some condiments including chia seeds and vanilla yogurt.
Soy sauce is a 2,500 year old condiment that extends beyond borders and cultures. This dark sauce is made from fermenting soybeans with a combination of salt, sugar and sometimes wheat. Nowadays you can find both "naturally-brewed" or industrial soy sauce.
Summer equals S'mores and you know it! If you don't have a favorite bonfire location, make your own seasonal dessert with just your oven. We loves S'mores here at Foodista.
Chinese take-out may have limited options for non-meat eaters but when you cook at home you can transform almost any meal into a vegetarian one. Whether you are a fan of classic orange "chicken" or enjoy a plate of simple stir fried vegetables, we've got you covered.
Raw chocolate avocado tart is an indulgent yet healthy dessert. Avocado is the secret ingredient because it creates a velvety smooth filling. In addition, the nutrient packed food is rich in fatty acids to help rejuvenate the skin and support cellular health.
Grilled cheese stuffed mini bell peppers are an easy summer side dish. A blend of goat cheese and cream cheese are mixed with fresh herbs and stuffed into mini bell pepper before hitting the grill.
Are you cooking on the grill every day now that it's summer? We sure are! So now we have the fun of coming up with new and delicious ways to feed the family that use the grill for that one of a kind taste.
Father's Day deserves the sweetest and most decadent of desserts to show dad how sweet you are on him. This Oooey Gooey Trifle includes so many family favorites: Pretzels, brownie bites, potato chips, whipped cream, Fudge sauce!!!
Harissa paste is so easy and inexpensive to make I never buy it in jars. What I love about making this spicy North African condiment is that I can control the heat of the peppers I use (by both amount and variety) and I can make it as smoky as I like with the addition of smoked paprika.