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Soup isn’t for just the winter months and it’s not fit for just veggies either. These recipes (most made in simply a blender) will keep you cool all summer long by putting fresh summer produce and even a few in season fruits to work.
The angle: A visual and technical guidebook to knowing precisely when food is finished cooking. Recipes for right now: Omelet, Roasted Peppers, Steamed Zucchini, Risotto, Steamed Mussels, Grilled Tuna Steak, Grilled Porterhouse, Fried Chicken, Buttercream Frosting, Caramel, Berry Pie, Brownies Who would enjoy this book?
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The is the perfect summer salad! Juicy grilled chicken, garden cucumber and tomatoes, red onion, olives and Feta cheese all tossed with quinoa and lemon juice.
When we tasted the fresh fettuccine with almond pesto from our new catalog, we were reminded how wonderfully flavorful and satisfying the simplest dishes can be.
Southwestern Pizza with Black Beans and Corn Open Slideshow I've been waiting patiently (ok, maybe not so patiently) for this moment all summer.
It’s a big week for River City Casino executive pastry chef Stephan Schubert, who was just named the National Winner in the American Culinary Federation’s 2014 Pastry Chef of the Year Award, standing out among dozens of regional competitors and three other national finalists.
I’ve partnered with HMK to share a selection of my favorite hostess gift ideas! Finding the perfect, and let’s face it… unique, hostess gift can be hard.
Carlene and I have finally made our re-appearance together on CTV, whipping up barbecue recipes for August long!
From Apartment Therapy → 7 Small, Stylish Eating Spots Still need inspiration on how to fit a spot for eating into your small space?
When I go to the grocer’s I like to go to the rack at the back of the shop first. My local grocer has a big spiral stand-alone shelf near the fridge where he puts his out of date vegetables that have gone a bit squishy.
Most people don’t enjoy going to the grocery store. It’s a mundane chore you put off all week, and when you finally venture out on Saturday, all the produce is picked over.
When it comes to serving food, presentation may not be everything — there’s taste to consider, after all — but studies have shown it can have a surprisingly big impact on how the foods we prepare are perceived.
Culinary School: Week 4 (of 12 weeks) Last Week's Diary: Culinary School Makes Me Wonder Why I Refrigerate My Eggs The difference between a chef and an amateur, according to my instructor in culinary school, are all in the small details: keeping your place clean, having good mise en place, washing all your vegetables correctly.
It might seem perverse to talk about canned vegetables and other preserved goods in the summertime; after all, aren't we surrounded by vegetables bursting from gardens and farmers market?
This September, Williams-Sonoma is headed to one of our favorite cities – Portland, Oregon – as a proud sponsor of the 2014 Feast Portland food and drink festival!
Yes, there is another potato salad Kickstarter. But this time it's one that we can actually support. We knew that there would be knockoffs of the potato salad Kickstarter project, but we're happy to see that this one is actually going for a good cause.
Just what does it take to deliver the internationally acclaimed Memphis-style (with a St. Louis twist) ribs, pulled pork and brisket to the daily throngs at Pappy’s Smokehouse?
I fly home to Denver a lot, way more than I should. Four times since Christmas with a fifth coming up over Labor Day.
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