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The Jewish New Year – Rosh Hashanah – features apples and honey rather than champagne and fireworks. Like most New Year’s celebrations, it is a joyous occasion, but just a bit more solemn.
In the U.S. these days, tea consumption is second only to that of water and iced tea accounts for about 80 percent of our total consumption. Find out more and try this recipe for Frosty Fruit Freeze.
Fads in pizza are nothing new. Thick-crusted Sicilian pizza, deep-dish Chicago-style pizza, and Hawaiian pizza topped with pineapple are a few examples.
Grilling in America almost always brings to mind burgers, the classic kind made with ground beef. But don’t overlook the more healthful veggie burgers, which have so immensely improved in taste and texture that they will amaze you if it’s been years since you tried one.
With Christmas and Hanukkah less than one week apart this year, I am thinking about dishes I can serve for both holidays. Looking at traditional Christmas dishes, I notice that most are closely tied to one country…
St. Patrick’s Day is perfect for celebrating the renaissance of great cooking in Ireland. Today, travelers go for the food, rather than despite it, touring the country to enjoy the breathtaking, green countryside and the dynamic energy of the cities.
From Sinaloa’s rugged, majestic mountains and pine forests to Veracruz’s green coasts and tropical jungles, Mexico’s food varies widely-reflecting Caribbean, Spanish and Mayan influences.
Discovering a wonderful new appetizer can be like striking gold. Baby artichokes, new and hot on menus and party tables all over the country, are the basis of this very easy recipe that you can put together in less than 20 minutes. Includes appetizer recipe for Baby Artichokes with Roasted Red Pepper Cream Cheese.
Recipe for Thai Beef Grill
When Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday, as it does this year, the desire to create a romantic evening at home often collides with workday realities.
Few things in life hold the seductive allure of a flute filled with sparkling wine; few sounds say “I love you” more eloquently than the succinct POP of its cork.
Despite all the questions about how much carbohydrate we should eat, researchers say we may be overlooking a more important issue: the kinds of carbohydrate that we eat.
The temptation to reach for a cool glass of white wine to quench a summer thirst is understandable, and in fact it is a reflex action for some people. But the fact of the matter is that red wines are experiencing an incredible resurgence in the United States.
Experts say that the question of whether vegetarian eating is better than non-vegetarian eating depends on exactly what is in that vegetarian diet.
When it comes to tuna, Americans need to think beyond lunch, because a can of tuna can be much more than a sandwich filling or salad ingredient. Includes recipe for Penne and Tuna.
What could be more fun than choosing wine based on your favorite actors and actresses? Karen MacNeil offers these actor/actress pairings with the grape varietals that best describe them.
You don’t have to think of the Super Bowl as a beer-only occasion. According to entertaining experts, more and more people prefer to sip wine on the sidelines. Includes great SuperBowl recipes, like Pork and Sausage Jambalaya.