STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Zesty Tomato Quinoa
There is no doubt that quinoa is on trend right now in the food world. The united nations has even deemed 2013 as the "year or quinoa". Not just because it's popular though, but because it is consider... Posted on 5/18/13 at 8:19 AM
It’s the day before Thanksgiving and many of you are busy researching recipes and cooking times for the turkey that is hopefully already thawed in your refrigerator. Tomorrow’s big meal can bring a great deal of anxiety.
The holiday season is almost here and for many that means the added stress of last-minute dinner guests, extended visits from family and impromptu parties.
To help ease the stress of the holidays, I prepare my gift list and make sure my “pantry” is properly stocked with what I consider to be kitchen basics.
I have told you about my son’s love of steak, but there is one other food that he can’t get enough of, and that’s sausage. After a few attempts at getting the seasonings right, I will now be making my own breakfast sausage — at least most of the time. It’s so delicious, and I know exactly what’s in it.
Halloween’s celebrated with costumes, trick-or-treating and parties, and some Halloween foods can be really fun and tasty to make. They can sometimes be a little too scary for my son to eat and a little too unappetizing for my stomach.
The temperatures have started to drop and there is no doubt that fall is here. Fall is my favorite season because it’s the time of year we welcome bounties of a fruitful harvest, colorful leaves, crisp air and comfort foods.
Cooking salmon on a cedar plank is one of my favorite ways to prepare fish on the grill. It allows the delicate fish to be slowly cooked and smoked, even when you’re using a gas grill instead of charcoal.
July 4 is a little over a week away and it’s a time to celebrate our nation’s freedoms with friends and family. This year, I’m taking a few extra days off to spend the week at our family cabin, and I’m excited to serve some of my favorite recipes.
If there is one day a year that’s all about grilling, it’s definitely Father’s Day. What better way to celebrate the fathers and father figures in our lives than by pulling out the lawn chairs, sipping on a few cool beverages and firing up the grill with family and friends?
Now that warmer weather is upon us, it seems fitting to try my hand at a menu makeover. And now that spring’s finally here, it’s time to lighten things. In place of the fried chicken, I decided to make Baked Parmesan Crusted Tilapia.
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