Another Friday Food Links….New recipes for you to try , ways to save on coffee and a thing or two about sugar. Oh yea…and Bacon Candy! 9 WAYS TO SAVE A GRAND A YEAR ON COFFEE With Starsucks prices higher than gold, why not check out these frugal tips to save major dough. And yes, [...]
We are starting a recurring Friday Food Post, with recipes, food articles and other foodtid bits. Enjoy! MOCK POTATO SALAD KOHLRABI INSTEAD OF POTATOES Kohlrabi root is reminiscent of celery root, broccoli stem, and cabbage, with a bit of the hotness of radish and the sweetness of turnip.
Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is one of the oldest known vegetables, developed from prickly lettuce, a wild plant around the Mediterranean and Caucasus regions which was used as a medicinal herb. Some reports point back as far as the Egyptians in 4500 BC, but it was cultivated by ancient Greeks and Romans. Lettuce comes in all [...]
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Cooking food is an art form. It touches all of our sense. From the smell in the kitchen, how it tastes, to how it is presented visually, etc. So on that note, I’d like to say I’m a pasta whore. If I could eat it everyday and not gain any weight I would. But one has [...]