I know it was naïve to think that seeing and eating all that spring-into-summer produce in Sicily and Naples meant we'd come home to find our Manhattan farmers' market glittering with peas, strawberries, fava beans and even a few early tomatoes. Show More Summary
Back in late 2012 it came to light that Deutsche Bank may have hidden more than $10 billion in crisis-era paper losses on derivatives deals the bank struck with Canadian issuers of asset-backed commercial paper. Essentially, the bank...Show More Summary
The city of Los Angeles’ new minimum wage legislation has brought to a head the controversy over the longstanding pay disparity between the restaurant workers who cook your food and those who bring it to you.
Every month or so at a community center in downtown San Diego, Mary West gives a cooking lesson, and serves lunch to a crowd of seniors. “It’s my favorite place to visit; I light up when I go in there,” said West to a gathering of employees at her San [...]
Today, I have a bowl of vegetables for you! Just a painting of a bowl of veggies… Looks like an onion, some parsnips, a couple of mushrooms. Yummy! Time to make dinner! But, do you really want to cook this guy? Eek! This is actually an interesting Salvador Dali painting optical illusion. Show More Summary
Photo credit: Foodie Crush Grilled chicken is a summertime staple, that, if cooked correctly, is the only thing you'll want to eat. But if you're not careful, it can end up tough and tasteless. We're here to make sure that doesn't happen to you. There are nine essential steps to take (or not take) when grilling chicken. Show More Summary
If you've yet to try out cooking en papillote (in a parchment pouch), hop on it. This method might sound intimidating thanks to its French name, but it's virtually foolproof (the contents of the pouch gently steam in the oven). Moreover, it requires very little cleanup (just recycle the parchment paper when you're done - no scrubbing of pans needed). Show More Summary
ANALYSIS: After More Than 50 Years Of The MOLESTATION Of The "Black American Consciousness" Into The FRAUDULENT SCHEME Called POLITICAL OPPORTUNISM - Is Is NOTHING SHORT OF IGNORANT To Watch The Actions Of THE FRUIT PRODUCED FROM THIS...Show More Summary
4.4 / 5 Stars | 42 Reviews by EKUTINAC "Pineapple, peppers and teriyaki sauce are packed in aluminum foil with chicken breasts. This yummy recipe is easy to prepare and to cook! Tastes great over rice." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
4.08 / 5 Stars | 11 Reviews by Patches "Haddock is poached in milk and then blended into mashed potatoes and baked in this version of a classic comfort dish from the United Kingdom." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
An Italian restaurant located on Balmain's Darling Street strip in a sandstone building where the cooks are serving up meals traditionally eaten in their...
(Damn, Kristina beat me to it) Ancient Mesoamerican Recipe For Cooking Human Flesh Decoded By Archaeologists In an article just published in the journal Archaeometry, researchers Aioze Trujillo-Mederos, Pedro Bosch, Carmen Pijoan, and Josefina Mansilla used a suite of chemical and physical techniques to answer these questions. Specifically, many of the bones had a yellow or [...]
Can't wait for the movie! When you bring your children to see Jurassic World this summer, you might expect them to be most afraid of the giant T-Rex, stealthy velociraptors or whatever giant monster they cooked up in that lab. You'd be wrong. Show More Summary
Sometimes a little eye candy is all it takes to reignite your passion for cooking, and we've found the exact Instagram account you need. Brittany Wright, a Seattle-based photographer, is currently living the ultimate foodie dream: embarking on a cross-country road trip to photograph farms and eat tons of fresh food. Show More Summary
You always bring a gift when meeting with the traditional leaders or "chiefs" in Zambia. Typically the chiefs request foodstuffs for their people, things like cooking oil or maize. Occasionally a chief may request something different, such as a blanket. Show More Summary
While you were outside bathing in the sunshine, eating barely cooked meat from a barbecue, and enjoying a few brewskis over the glorious Memorial Day weekend, cinemas and multiplexes across the United States recorded historically low...Show More Summary
Sam O'Dell shoots 6-under 66, leads Alan Cooke by 1 stroke at West Virginia Amateur
In this exclusive piece,author of Peace and Parsnips, Lee Watson writes about the time he ended up cooking for 50 schoolgirls – in a hostel in the Himalayas…
Humans have always been cooking up brand new ways to slice, dice, hack, and stab. You definitely wouldn’t want to tangle with any of the historical swords in this gallery—especially the last one.
In Italian cooking, the word "piccata," as in veal piccata or chicken piccata, stems from an old verb, "piccare," not much used today, meaning "to prick," as with a pike or sharply pointed stick. (Medieval meaning, rather gruesome.) Perhaps the sharp tang of lemon juice in all piccata preparations...