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This is BIG

Hi there. I know, I know: nothing for years. The blog is dead, long live Twitter.But you know? Some things deserve more space. And BIG. No, literally, look at the label. I was digging in my Beer Fridge today, looking for two...Show More Summary

Negative Calorie Chocolate Cake

I're all wondering.... What an elegant dessert.... a souffle, perhaps? molten chocolate center? did it take hours to make? I am pleased to present to you, my Negative Calorie Chocolate Cake. Never before in the history ofShow More Summary

Vegetable Biryani and 9-Legume Fry - the Punjabi Way

Growing up for years the role of my parents was always very clear cut and traditional. My dad worked in the hotel business and travelled a fair bit and my mum stayed at home, where ever it happened to be, looking after the two children. My mother had diverse hobbies and honorary... [Read the rest of this post on my website]

Taste Of Iceland 2018

One of our favorite annual events, Taste Of Iceland, returns to Boston this week. I am a big fan of Iceland. The natural beauty of the country compares to no other. Taste Of Iceland celebrates the culture with food, drinks, music, film and design. Show More Summary

12 recipes for chili fans

Whether you're in the mood for a classic Texas-style "bowl of red" or a hearty bowl of black bean, creamy green chile or vegetarian three-bean and hominy, we've compiled 12 great recipes to keep you happy. @noellecarter

Common Space Brewery and tap room opens in Hawthorne with plenty of promising brews

With over a dozen independent breweries, the South Bay is indisputably one of L.A.’s best destinations for beer. And now, there’s another reason to visit. Common Space Brewery in Hawthorne is now pouring. It’s located just a block away from L.A. Ale Works, which opened in Hawthorne a year ago,...

A 3,400-square-foot pasta palace just opened in Culver City, plus a Food Network star opens a cake shop in Pasadena

From fresh pasta in Culver City to a Food Network star cake shop in Pasadena, here’s what’s happening in the food world. Mangia, mangia: Chef Paola Da Re, her son Francesco Sinatra and her daughter Giorgia Sinatra opened Pasta Sisters, a tiny, 12-seat pasta shop in a strip mall in Arlington Heights...

Easy dinner recipes: Garlic shrimp, Tuscan kale salad and more great ideas ready in 30 minutes or less

Keep it short and simple for dinner tonight with these quick and easy dinner ideas — from pastas to salads, sandwiches and more — ready in 30 minutes or less. @noellecarter

Nachos, margaritas and royal bibingka pie: Our top recipes for February 2018

From margaritas to meatballs, nachos, tacos, chocolate cake and royal bibingka pie, February was all about entertaining and having fun. Our top 10 recipes of the month also include chili, hoe cake and tteokbokki, spicy Korean rice cakes. @noellecarter

Love good bread? Check out recommended baking books and bread-making classes from L.A. bakers

Many people are exploring new routes to bread these days, despite or maybe because of issues with gluten. One of the most popular types of bread is also one of the oldest — sourdough, or bread that’s made with natural leavening rather than commercial yeast. With this baking renaissance has come...

The world's most influential restaurant reinvents itself. Jonathan Gold tastes the changes

The first act of a meal at Noma passes as a dream; rich sea snail bouillon sipped from its herb-smeared shell fading into a field of empty cockleshells in which two or three contain the sweet meat; a mussel constructed from the chewy lips of half a dozen mussels woven into a single shell; hot shrimp...

They Were Fans of the Chef. Now They Run His Restaurant.

The cuisine of India’s best-known chef, Sanjeev Kapoor, is being brought to California by a couple with no culinary experience but plenty of passion.

Win a Copy of The One-Bottle Cocktail by Serious Eats' Maggie Hoffman

We're giving away a copy of Maggie Hoffman's The One-Bottle Cocktail, a collection of 83 bar-worthy cocktails designed with the home mixologist in mind.

Restaurant Review: At DaDong in Midtown, Modern Art and Lame Duck

A Chinese restaurant famous for Peking duck has lost some of its quack on the way to New York.

Why Cook Over an Icelandic Geyser? Because You Can

The island nation’s geothermal heat is often used to bake bread, but our writer wondered if it could fire a whole meal — then set out to do that.

Asian Chicken Salad with Fried Shallots

I'm a sucker for Vietnamese and Thai salads, especially those that combine sour, salty, sweet and spicy flavors. The recent issue of EatingWell magazine (March/April 2018) featured flavor-packed Burmese salads, a cuisine I'd never tasted...Show More Summary

6 Food Photography Tips For Beginners

If you scroll through your Instagram feed or on your favorite Pinterest board, you’re bound to start drooling over some amazing food photography. Great food images are a must for food bloggers to pull those readers in, but surprisingly you don’t need a whole lot of expensive studio gear and fancy cameras. Show More Summary

Mac and Cheese Eats Its Vegetables

In this cozy weeknight supper, roasted cauliflower meets pasta, blue cheese and plenty of golden leeks.

50 Instant Pot Dinner Recipes That Are Easy and Delicious

Post by Kathleen Wong. If it were a perfect world, we would have enough time, money, and energy to whip up a gourmet five-course meal to be enjoyed by candlelight. Unfortunately, the reality is that we often barely have time to even sneak in a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Show More Summary

Hungry City: A Menu That Defies Tidy Categorization at Ok Lah!

The fast-casual lunch counter brings healthy, thoughtfully priced food that speaks to the experience of young Americans of Asian heritage in Flushing, Queens.

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