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Last Build Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2017 13:20:14 +0000

 



RECIPES: Spinach Salad with Pan-Seared Salmon & Other Recipes For National Spinach Day

Sun, 26 Mar 2017 12:59:06 +0000

March 26th is National Spinach Day, and you know what that means: Eat some spinach to celebrate! This colorful, nutritious recipe (photo #1) makes a nice lunch or dinner. Fresh spinach, orange segments, peppers and red onion make a colorful base for salmon or other fish fillets. And there are many more recipes below, including […]



PRODUCTS: 5 Beverage Favorites

Sun, 26 Mar 2017 11:22:59 +0000

1. ANGRY ORCHARD: ORCHARD’S EDGE KNOTTY PEAR Hard apple cider is hot, but what about perry? Pears are also turned into hard cider, called perry in the U.K.; but perry is not as well known in the U.S. American cider makers tend to label their perries as pear cider. And there are far fewer of […]



PRODUCT: Facundo Baccardi Premium Rum & A Chocolate Banana Cocktail Recipe

Sat, 25 Mar 2017 12:59:28 +0000

[1] Chocolate banana cocktail. The recipe is below. [2] Ready for its close up: Facundo Neo rum. [3] The Facundo Bacardi Rum Collection (photos courtesy Bacardi).   Weekends are time for testing new cocktail recipes. The one below is from the Facundo Rum Collection, a luxury portfolio. If we were lucky enough to have a […]



TIP OF THE DAY: Quick & Easy Paella Recipe For National Paella Day

Sat, 25 Mar 2017 12:37:09 +0000

March 27th is National Paella Day. Many people think that paella is a complex, time-consuming dish—and classic recipes can be. But you can make this simplified version from Good Eggs easily on any weeknight. After 20 minutes of prep time, 20 mins active time plus 40 minutes simmer time. RECIPE: SPRING SHRIMP PAELLA Ingredients For […]



TIP OF THE DAY: Fried Oysters On Greens, A First Course

Fri, 24 Mar 2017 22:35:41 +0000

[1] We enjoyed these at a rooftop restaurant in Manhattan (photo courtesy McKittrick Hotel | NYC). [2] Just a taste, from Tsunami Sushi in Lafayette, Louisiana. [3] A quart of oysters from our favorite oyster grower, Willapa Oysters. They’re grown in the cleanest waters in the USA (photo courtesy Willapa Oysters).   Every so often […]



FOOD FUN: Easter Naked Cake With Chocolate Nest

Fri, 24 Mar 2017 18:22:15 +0000

In our first apartment, we began to bake Easter cakes. For years, we had a Nordicware lamb-shape cake mold. We baked a chocolate cake (a black sheep, as it were), frosted it in vanilla and covered it with white flaked coconut. One year, we out grew the lamb, gave the mold away and moved on […]



TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Seed & Mill Halva Is Halva Heaven

Fri, 24 Mar 2017 12:46:43 +0000

[1] Clockwise from top: rose, cinnamon, pistachio and coffee. [2] Chocolate chile halva. [3] Lavender halva. [4] From the front: chocolate orange, date, lemongrass and marble. [5] Caffeinated, with ground coffee beans. [6] Vanilla topped with Pop Rocks. [7] A halva dessert plate: mixed flavors and fruits. [8] Dessert plate of halva with dried fruit. […]



RECIPE: Melba Toast

Thu, 23 Mar 2017 14:30:57 +0000

[1] Melba toast and olive tapenade. Here’s the recipe from Sprinkles & Sprouts. [2] Chicken liver paté and Melba toast, with a dab of marmalade. Here’s the recipe from Drizzle And Drip. [3] Salmon tartare and melba toast. Here’s the recipe from Olive Magazine. Crackers or crisps like these are thin and crunchy, but were […]



TIP OF THE DAY: Piperade & Espelette Pepper

Thu, 23 Mar 2017 12:58:48 +0000

Pipérade (French) or piperrada (Spanish) is a French Basque dish made from green bell pepper, garlic, onion and tomato, sautéd together and seasoned with red espelette pepper. The word derives from piper, the Basque word for pepper. The colors—red, white and green—are those of the Basque flag (said to be a coincidence). Basque Country straddles […]



TIP OF THE DAY: Asparagus Season Tips, Tricks & Recipes

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 12:58:22 +0000

Our favorite harbinger of spring has landed in the market. There are numerous spring fruits and vegetables that are eagerly awaited by food enthusiasts; but our favorite is asparagus. Fresh-harvested domestic asparagus is as flavorful and affordable as it gets. Bonus: asparagus has just three calories per medium spear, and contains no fat or cholesterol. […]