One of the hardest parts of cooking for one is getting the portions just right and adjusting recipes to suit yourself, rather than a group or family of four or more. There's nothing worse than making a great dish and not being able to finish it all - especially if it doesn't keep well and can't be saved. Show More Summary
A luxury experience in a city usually boils down to a dinner at the best restaurant, accommodation in a unique hotel or shopping in the most expensive city district. But when thinking about luxury sightseeing, nothing really comes to mind. Show More Summary
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by Dish Staff Charles Simic muses about the best philosophy to take toward wine: I remember a story about President Nixon habitually guzzling rare vintage Bordeaux during state dinners without sharing it with his guests, having it poured into his glass by a trusted servant from a bottle wrapped in a white napkin to conceal […]
On the days I know my schedule is jam packed, I pull out my favorite slow cooker recipes to help me get through the week. The beauty of the slow cooker is that you can dump all the ingredient in a pot and forget about it while you occupy yourself with work and family.
Sharing regular family meals with children may help protect them from the effects of cyberbullying, according to a study by McGill professor Frank Elgar, Institute for Health and Social Policy. Because family meal times represent social...Show More Summary
Bottom Line: Cyberbullying was associated with mental health and substance use problems in adolescents but family dinners may help protect teens from the consequences of cyberbullying and also be beneficial for their mental health. Author: Frank J. Elgar, Ph.D., of McGill University, Montreal, Canada, and colleagues. read more
An argument for sitting down to dinner
Meet Spirulinaha, Arthrospira bacteria that scrubs carbon dioxide into oxygen, is a protein-rich meal for astronauts, and multiplies so rapidly that eating them for dinner won't leave the space station without fresh air by morning. Read more...
Lea Michele blows out the candles on her cake while celebrating her 28th birthday among friends on Friday (August 29) at her home in West Hollywood, Calif. The Glee actress served a meal cooked by Claire Thomas of The Kitchy Kitchen, who curated and cheffed a custom summer menu featuring vegeterian bites. Some of the [...]
Converse know how to throw down a party. Not just one party but a series of them throughout an evening, week and month like an overwhelming amount of courses constantly being served up in a fancy dinner and that’s well … Converse Launch #SNEAKERSWOULD Campaign is a post by staff on Highsnobiety.
Your dinner parties will never be the same.
Ryan Lochte celebrated his birthday exactly how you would imagine he would... without a shirt. The Olympian/reality TV star was having his birthday dinner at Andiamo Steakhouse located inside the D Casino Hotel Las Vegas... when he ...
Historically and belovedly low-brow, in the last few years, fried chicken has moved beyond Sunday dinners in the South and greasy buckets at a tailgate, and is holding its own on fine-dining menus across the country. And why not? It's so good. Show More Summary
Who meets for dinner at the ungodly hour of 6 p.m.? A Japanese media mogul and his geisha entertainers—so they can hit as many bars as possible before dawn. The Daily Beast joins them.
Kate Middleton and husband Prince William enjoyed a rare countryside dinner date last week at a quaint setting in Norfolk where the royal couple enjoyed a candlelit dinner away from glaring camera lenses of the paparazzi. The Duchess...Show More Summary
For dinner yesterday I made the Spicy Chickpeas and Carrots from the River Cottage Veg cookbook. It has great flavors: cumin, garlic, orange zest, orange juice and smoked paprika. For supper tonight we had a bunch of lovely things to nibble on. Show More Summary
You come in the door after a long day, kick off your work shoes and are then faced with the inevitable question: what’s for dinner? Maybe it’s your children asking, maybe it’s just your own grumbly tummy, but by this time of day your decision-making abilities are at a low ebb and you’re thinking maybe [...]
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(Photo: unknown) Here is a perfect ad placement in what I would guess is the Gazette-Mail, a newspaper in Charleston, West Virginia. A recent Associated Press story informs us that dog meat has fallen out of fashion in South Korea. Eating dogs has been a tradition in that land dating back at least several centuries. Show More Summary