Posts Tagged ‘recipes

Last Friday we did not have our usual post, so this weeks Friday Food Links certainly makes up for it. We bring you strange ice cream flavors, news spices, news that Kellog’s Brand is in trouble for it’s advertising, how to store lettuce properly, and the world’s most expensive sushi, as well as other interesting [...]

It’s Memorial Day Weekend! What better time to try out new recipes. This week you will find standard Memorial Day fair like coleslaw and hot dogs and hamburgers (all kicked up a notch), plus a sleue of recipes utilizing strawberries, including a sangria you can serve to your guests. Learn the difference between a skillet [...]

Here is another edition of Friday Food Links. Burger King has a new menu item, P.F. Chang’s is coming to a freezer near you and plenty of recipes to try this weekend. We search for yummy food links and recipes, so you don’t have to. PF. CHANG COMING TO A SUPERMARKET FREEZER NEAR YOU For [...]

Friday means Food Links and we have a whole lot of interesting things for this week.  Besides yummy recipes, you can learn how to make a perfect iced-coffee, a new twist on the grilled cheese sandwich, news about Heinz Ketchup and a lot more… SNACK EXCHANGE What is a snack exchange? Simply put…you exchange snacks [...]

It’s Friday. That means it’s time for food!  This week we have the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, a thing or two about Food Styling, Things You Should Know About Pizza and of course a slue of recipes for you to test. Enjoy! FOOD STYLING BY DELORES CUSTER

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.

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