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  • Shamila Saeed
    Published about an hour ago
    All I Want is Ma’s Biryani

    All I Want is Ma’s Biryani

    Grandmother's chicken curry was the absolute best, and the only one I would eat when I was very young; it was eating that or “daal”, cooked lentils, for me. There was nothing like her chicken, not even Ma could make it that way. Grandmother, now 81 years old, no longer cooks and eats chicken curries that others make for her now. And me, being a new vegetarian, well, more of a pescatarian now, I still crave the taste of her cooking, even meat dishes.
  • rose m lewis
    Published about an hour ago
    THE ONE SECRET INGREDIATE FOR MAKING BREAD PUDDING

    THE ONE SECRET INGREDIATE FOR MAKING BREAD PUDDING

    There isn't anything better than eating Bread Pudding. In my Italian family, my mom made the best bread pudding. My dad loved it so did I and my sisters. My mom would put raisins in it and when she took it out of the oven we all could not wait to eat it. Sometimes she would serve it to us with ice cream. Boy was that good we all wanted more bread pudding with ice cream. My mom liked to cook and bake and taught me and my two siblings to cook and bake too. Making bread pudding is pretty easy but if you have never made it before it could be overwhelming. In my Italian family, my mom always made sure everyone ate first. Then she would serve her self last and eat. No one walked away from the table hungry.
  • Elizabeth Belden Handler
    Published a day ago
    Pumpkin Spice Cookies and more.

    Pumpkin Spice Cookies and more.

    Pumpkin Spice Cookies
  • Mike Houldsworth
    Published a day ago
    Grandad's signature sandwich

    Grandad's signature sandwich

    When I think of my grandad, I think of his thick, dark hair and his big, square glasses. I think of his voice as he'd say the word 'broccoli' with extra emphasis on the 'i', like 'broccoleye'. And I think of how that would drive me mad as I got older. Then I think of how he spilled tea on his shirt when he came to visit, and taught me how to solder circuits, and sat patiently with me as we flipped through pages of his old atlases.
  • Amelia Private
    Published a day ago
    Why Are Children So Obsessed With Chinese Takeout Boxes

    Why Are Children So Obsessed With Chinese Takeout Boxes

    Chinese Takeout Box is one of the pretty adorable types of packaging that is loved by many people. No matter if that is a business or a customer, an old one or a child, everyone likes them. If you are looking for the reasons behind their popularity, we can certainly help you. The following are some of the top reasons that will show you why kids are obsessed with these packages.
  • Eva Pearce
    Published 2 days ago
    Tuna, Peas and Cheese

    Tuna, Peas and Cheese

    My recipe is pretty simple--tuna, peas and cheese. But the memories, stories and feelings it invokes are what make it priceless to my family and myself. My mom was the chef of the house for my family of five--mom and dad, two older sisters, and myself. She made countless delicious meals for us each night and always had breakfast prepared for my sisters and I before school. They weren't gourmet meals by any means, but they were comforting and delicious. Cooked with love. Mom was sick the entire eight years of my life that I knew her and two years beyond that as well. So most of her meals were pretty healthy and restricted ingredient wise. Nevertheless, I don't remember a single meal of hers I didn't like (and I was a very picky eater as a child). And then the disease took her and my family of five became four.
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  • Marguerita Tan
    Published 5 days ago
    Food For The Soul: Mom’s Joyous Comfort Food Dish - Tau Kok Lup (“Diced Beans”)

    Food For The Soul: Mom’s Joyous Comfort Food Dish - Tau Kok Lup (“Diced Beans”)

    Happiness is when you cooked something at home that is not only tasty and satiates your appetite, but also evokes feel-good emotions.
  • Talia Devora
    Published 13 days ago
    Come and Experience Jewish Culture with Me!

    Come and Experience Jewish Culture with Me!

    When I was growing up, my family treasured the traditional Jewish culture. My dad is a religious worker at our local synagogue and my mom is an operations manager at a first aid warehouse. Despite the differences in their occupations, my family still cherishes the Jewish cuisine and would eat the food at any time of the year, even if it wasn't a special occasion or Shabbat. During my youth, I would spend Shabbat evenings and days at my dad's house and he would always make or purchase Jewish dishes like Cholent (a beef and beans stew with potatoes and vegetables), Potato Kugel (a potato casserole), Herring (which I abhor), Blintzes (Stuffed Pancakes), Bagels with Lox and Cream Cheese, Vegetable Latkes (Fried Vegetable Fritters) and Kasha with Fried Onions and Noodles (aka Buckwheat with Fried Onions and Noodles) for my brother, our friends, family and myself to feast on. My dad always bought Challah (braided egg bread) from the Kosher bakery or local supermarket: he never baked Challah. Occasionally, my mom would make potato, zucchini and carrot latkes for Hanukkah parties and has concocted the occasional pot of Cholent for when hosted casual gatherings with friends and family at her house.
  • Savannah McKinley
    Published 16 days ago
    The Bone Broth Trend, Explained: Why I’ve Made Bone Broth a Pantry Staple

    The Bone Broth Trend, Explained: Why I’ve Made Bone Broth a Pantry Staple

    Broths and soups have been part of almost every culture’s culinary tradition throughout the ages; from Vietnamese Pho to Italian Brodo to American chicken noodle soup, a flavorful, meaty broth is at the base of many of the worlds’ most comforting dishes. But in the last few years, there’s one type of broth in particular that has hit the food scene (and the fitness scene!) with a vengeance: Bone broth! Bone broth, which has been described by some nutritionists as 'liquid gold,’ has quickly changed the game, and for good reason.
  • Jamileh Hargreaves
    Published about a month ago
    Creativity and Cooking During Lockdown

    Creativity and Cooking During Lockdown

    Rediscover your primal desire for food and that other programmed socialised desire to live in a homely home. Yes that's right, all those hours you have suddenly to ruminate in your house can be a creative embrace for the home is where the lemon tart is mantra.
  • Nkeonye Judith IZUKA
    Published about a month ago
    Who Said Noodles Were Boring?

    Who Said Noodles Were Boring?

    Certainly not me, as over the years I have mastered a recipe that still gets me excited thinking of it. Looking for a spicy quick fix, long before the hunger pangs give you a beating, look no further. Our goal is to make spicy noodles. We will garnish with butter, prawns, gizzard, and mixed vegetables.
  • Natalie Fletcher
    Published 2 months ago
    Eating Around Philadelphia

    Eating Around Philadelphia

    The Philadelphia food scene is very sophisticated, when not in a world pandecmic you need a reservation at just about any place, espically since some restaurants have few tables, like less then 10! There are also tons of BYOB places, meaning they are very food foward and will only serve you flat or sparkling water. Honestly you could live in Philadelphia your whole life and rarely have to repeat a resturant.
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Celebrities
  • Jen S
    Published 8 months ago
    Celebrity Place

    Celebrity Place

    You ever been to a place owned or run by a celebrity? Like the Wahlburgers and their famous pretty awesome burgers?
  • Brendan Blowers
    Published about a year ago
    What Anthony Bourdain Left Behind

    What Anthony Bourdain Left Behind

    Anthony Bourdain lived many lives in his too-brief 61 years on this planet.
  • Edward Anderson
    Published about a year ago
    Valerie Bertinelli Is My Mortal Enemy

    Valerie Bertinelli Is My Mortal Enemy

    Like Florine Mark before her, Valerie Bertinelli is on my list. It's an exclusive list of two people—well, it used to be three but Kesha has redeemed herself in my eyes. Also like Florine, Valerie has no idea who I am and doesn't care that I'm unhappy with her.
Cuisine
  • Shunda Jenkins
    Published 3 days ago
    Food is an Experience

    Food is an Experience

    I grew up in a big household, six siblings, a step dad and a mom. Most of the dinners at my house included healthy home cooked soul food meals. My mom believed in eating the rainbow. The more color on the plate the better. I never recalled a night when we didn’t have American cuisine, my mom was pretty old school. She cooked us meals that her mom cooked her and the ancestors before, and history repeats itself. As a child I enjoyed the meals we had as a family but something inside of me felt the need for more. More experience with food, I didn’t want to repeat the history, I wanted to create my own. As I grew older, that quickly faded, and I continued to adopt that soul food diet, rarely eating out, a plate of delicious healthy soul food, and occasionally sweet tea and Kool-Aid.
  • Talara Nolan
    Published 6 days ago
    Finding Joy in Fresh Food

    Finding Joy in Fresh Food

    Growing up I remember my mom always cooking. I remember people always saying how good my mom's food was and it is very good. But looking back in many degrees a lot of it was processed in some ways. Cakes made from a box rather than from scratch. That can be a great, taste and cost effective opinion for many people. Of course as I started to grow up I never realized that there was a different opinion with food. Even going into my early twenties I still was eating like that in many ways. Then I watched a few movies over a period of time and started to change my course of life. One being 'The Bucket list'. About a man dying who makes a list of things to do before you die. It started to thinking about the same thing as well. The other two being, 'Julie and Julia' and 'Eat pray love'. It was about that time that I started to see that food could be something different, something that brings great joy and happiness to people. And I wondered if I could do the same thing.
  • fatima boulfaglat
    Published 7 days ago
    Moroccan Food

    Moroccan Food

    Moroccan cuisine has been among the most diverse in the world since ancient times. The reason is due to Morocco's interaction with the outside world for centuries, as it is a mixture of Berber, Arab, Andalusian cuisine, the Middle East, the Mediterranean and Africa. Chefs in Moroccan cuisine over the centuries in Fez, Meknes, Marrakesh, Rabat are the basis for what is known today as Moroccan cuisine. Moroccan cuisine is ranked first in Arab and African countries
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  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 12 days ago
    Cornbread: Good Taste, Texture, and Aroma

    Cornbread: Good Taste, Texture, and Aroma

    Most people know what cornbread is even if they don't eat it. People in the South not only know what cornbread is, but they also love it because of its taste, texture, and aroma.
  • Gitana
    Published 22 days ago
    How To Make Corn Tortillas Step By Step

    How To Make Corn Tortillas Step By Step

    Today you will be learning step by step how to make "to die for" homemade white Corn Tortillas-pronounced (tor-tee-yas). This recipe comes from an old lady friend of mine that I met while living in Mexico over 30 years ago! She passed it on to me from her Great-Great Grandmother. These tortillas are the moistest, prettiest tortillas around and usually the other tortillas out there are cracked and dry. I can tell you that there has not been to this day a Tortilla that can ever compare to these ones, so please enjoy and share, share, and share!!!!
  • Jamileh Hargreaves
    Published about a month ago
    Creativity and Cooking During Lockdown

    Creativity and Cooking During Lockdown

    Rediscover your primal desire for food and that other programmed socialised desire to live in a homely home. Yes that's right, all those hours you have suddenly to ruminate in your house can be a creative embrace for the home is where the lemon tart is mantra.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Emanuel Mann
    Published about a month ago
    Grocery Store vs Fast Food
  • Marco Bonomo
    Published about a month ago
    What happens to those who keep the coffee in the fridge? Here is the incredible answer

    What happens to those who keep the coffee in the fridge? Here is the incredible answer

    What happens to those who keep the coffee in the fridge? If the coffee is left in the fridge at low temperatures and with humidity it loses all its fantastic aroma and absorbs the smell of other foods, ending up taking on a rather strange taste. Ground coffee must be stored in a cool, dry place. A shelf not exposed to sunlight is the most suitable place. Both ground coffee and beans suffer from heat, cold and sudden changes in temperature. It is good to know that the shock caused by the coffee coming out of the refrigerator causes condensation inside the container and humidity is the enemy of its good conservation. Leaving the coffee in the freezer damages the natural fats and depresses its aroma.
  • sarah-rashael
    Published 2 months ago
    Sweet & Sour
Healthy
  • Natalie Shell
    Published 2 days ago
    Why You Should "Go Local"

    Why You Should "Go Local"

    I recently visited a large farmers’ market 15 minutes from my home that I did not even know was there. I was in awe of the size. This place was larger than two major chain stores put together. When I visited the stalls, I found interesting items I had never seen before. Not only was I shopping, but I was learning as well. The farmers were more than happy to tell me about their goods and even share some recipe ideas with me. The variety was amazing: produce, spices, fish, eggs, meat all fresh, all at my fingertips. Everything was seasonal which meant it was not genetically modified and was not shipped from the other side of the world. There were no long lines and no crowds at all. This led me to wonder…do people even know this exists?
  • Nancy D
    Published 3 days ago
    Evive Smoothie: Is It Worth It?

    Evive Smoothie: Is It Worth It?

    Have you heard of Evive smoothies?
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 7 days ago
    13 Reasons You Should Eat Grapes

    13 Reasons You Should Eat Grapes

    You might not know as much about grapes as you think you do. For instance, do you know that grapes are good for you, whether you eat them fresh or frozen? Do you know which color is healthier than the others? Do you know why you should be eating more grapes?
History
  • Shirley Belk
    Published 14 days ago
    My Mama & Her Hot Water Cornbread

    My Mama & Her Hot Water Cornbread

    In the South, we have many, many cooking recipes that you probably have never heard about. One of them is Hot-Water Cornbread. I'm pretty sure you haven't seen them in restaurants, either... not even in Southern restaurants. But just the same, this delicious type of bread was a staple at our home.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 20 days ago
    Do You Know Why Doughnuts Have Holes?

    Do You Know Why Doughnuts Have Holes?

    Most people love doughnut (also spelled donuts). However, they pick them up and eat them without knowing why the hole is there. Not all doughnuts have holes. The first doughnut made by the Dutch colonists in New Amsterdam didn't have holes. They were flat and looked like small pancakes flavored with nuts and fruits.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 22 days ago
    Interesting Things to Know About Girl Scout Cookies

    Interesting Things to Know About Girl Scout Cookies

    You cannot purchase the popular Girl Scout Cookies in grocery stores. You cannot buy them from Amazon, Target, Walmart, or any other store. Not only that but the cookies are not sold throughout the years. The cookies are usually sold only from January through April. During that short period of time, more than 1 million girls sell over 200 million packages of cookies and raise over $800 million.
How To
  • Pamela k Conoly
    Published 11 days ago
    The Food Blogger and What It Takes to Be One

    The Food Blogger and What It Takes to Be One

    To start with, most Food Bloggers don't look like the glamorous pictures that you see with the lady holding a ridiculously expensive camera with a telephoto lens big enough to go on a safari just to take a picture of a tomato.
  • Pamela k Conoly
    Published 12 days ago
    Popcorn! Traditional and Many Other Varieties of Ways to Serve It Through the Years

    Popcorn! Traditional and Many Other Varieties of Ways to Serve It Through the Years

    My fondest memories of my childhood are filled with my Dad making old fashioned kettle corn in an old seasoned deep fry pan that my Mom and Dad used for just about everything they cooked. It was perfect every time and seasoned perfectly with just salt. So good! We went to drive in movies a lot and my Dad didn't like paying the prices at the snack bar. We were a very frugal family. So, that day my Mom would be busy in the kitchen preparing treats in mason jars, popcorn, which was made last so that it would be fresh, toaster sandwiches like you get at Sonic and even french fries from scratch!
  • Nicole De Filippis
    Published 25 days ago
    Healthy Vegetarian Avocado Hummus Toast | 3 ways

    Healthy Vegetarian Avocado Hummus Toast | 3 ways

    This is not your typical avocado toast! With a variety of flavours and textures, this simple meal will be your new favourite!
List
  • Cherii C.
    Published 3 days ago
    Sweets for the Sweet Tooth

    Sweets for the Sweet Tooth

    I believe everyone crave for something sweet every now and then. I, for one, love sweet things. Sugar-lovers like us tend to crave for something sweet all the time. It's horrible!
  • Something Complicated
    Published 4 days ago
    Food Safety Standards

    Food Safety Standards

    With an increasing focus on food safety in the US, manufacturers are evaluating safety and quality measures, including the quality of their products, packaging and packaging materials. A growing number of food manufacturers and food service providers adopt private food standards - safety standards that often go beyond the safety standards required by federal and state laws.
  • Ali Ejaz
    Published 8 days ago
    5 Best Food & Snack Stores For Good Food

    5 Best Food & Snack Stores For Good Food

    There are many people out there who love food more than anything. If you are one of them, you might also be looking for a great place to order food from. Well, finding a good place for food is a tough thing to do. If you are a person who cannot cook and want good meals delivered to you this post will help you loads. I have compiled a list of the 5 best places to order food online. Read this and till the end, you will choose a place that suits you best. So let's start.
Organic
  • Something Complicated
    Published 2 days ago
    The Coconut Tree

    The Coconut Tree

    Coconut palms are extremely popular and valuable because they have helped to sustain life in this part of the planet since the dawn of time. However, they are an invasive species and once established on an island, they start to take over. They have the ability to thrive in inhospitable environments, reach high altitudes, and produce dozens of coconuts year after year - 24 / 7. Coconut palms, however, are invasive and the culmination of a species, as they reach higher altitudes, thrive more easily, and tend to be more resistant to disease than their larger relatives. The dwarf coconut palm is a popular choice for planting palm trees in homes, gardens and parks because it is more susceptible to disease than its larger relative.
  • Chelsi Ved
    Published about a month ago
    From farm to fork: The journey of your food!

    From farm to fork: The journey of your food!

    After a day full of work when we sit at the dining table and look at that plate of food, it brings a smile on our face. We all are working hard day and night just for living and food is a necessity for survival. But have you ever wondered how this food comes from the farm to fork?
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 5 months ago
    Gon' Ho Fo' Mangoes

    Gon' Ho Fo' Mangoes

    I was first introduced to mangoes through a former associate and their family. When we lived together, I fell in love with their Caribbean food culture.
Product Review
  • kristina arther
    Published 2 days ago
    Pellet smoker vs Charcoal smoker: Which is better?

    Pellet smoker vs Charcoal smoker: Which is better?

    Smoking is an Art! It requires a lot of patience, quality meat and of course, practice with a bit of professional’s help, especially when it comes to smoking meat. If someone thinks, throwing away wood chips over hot coals and observing smoke coming out of a brisket gives juiciest scrumptious meat then wake up from the dream! An authentic smoky flavoured piece of meat is prepared taking long hours where the entire mass is cooked precisely penetrating spices and smokiness.
  • Valorie Taylor
    Published 5 days ago
    Pandemic & Snoop Dogg’s 19 Crimes

    Pandemic & Snoop Dogg’s 19 Crimes

    It all started yesterday while zooming through the supermarket. On an end-cap tucked between deli cheese, packaged pasta, ready to go sushi and rib-eye steaks was a familiar face. It was the face of Rap Royalty’s King of the West Si-eeed Snoop D—O Double G’s cold stare piercing the crowd. And above his head 19 Crimes.
  • Nirmala Thapa
    Published 7 days ago
    Bring Air Fryer home for healthy food, Know the features before buying

    Bring Air Fryer home for healthy food, Know the features before buying

    We Indians are very fond of food, especially for choppy and fried food. In most homes, if the fried fried pakoras and cutlets are not made on weekends then the weekend is incomplete. Eating too much fried foods increases the amount of cholesterol in the body, which can lead to many diseases related to heart along with weight gain. If you can't stop yourself from eating pakoras and cutlets but want to be healthy too, then we have a great idea for you. Instead of putting oil in the pan to cook these things, use an air fryer. With this, the amount of oil in your food will also be balanced and the food will also become healthy. Wikipedia describes Air fryer as a
Recipe
  • rose m lewis
    Published about an hour ago
    THE ONE SECRET INGREDIATE FOR MAKING BREAD PUDDING

    THE ONE SECRET INGREDIATE FOR MAKING BREAD PUDDING

    There isn't anything better than eating Bread Pudding. In my Italian family, my mom made the best bread pudding. My dad loved it so did I and my sisters. My mom would put raisins in it and when she took it out of the oven we all could not wait to eat it. Sometimes she would serve it to us with ice cream. Boy was that good we all wanted more bread pudding with ice cream. My mom liked to cook and bake and taught me and my two siblings to cook and bake too. Making bread pudding is pretty easy but if you have never made it before it could be overwhelming. In my Italian family, my mom always made sure everyone ate first. Then she would serve her self last and eat. No one walked away from the table hungry.
  • Elizabeth Belden Handler
    Published a day ago
    Pumpkin Spice Cookies and more.

    Pumpkin Spice Cookies and more.

    Pumpkin Spice Cookies
  • Marcella Mitchell
    Published 2 days ago
    Grandma Ruth's Fruity Oatmeal Cookies

    Grandma Ruth's Fruity Oatmeal Cookies

    Each year as the fall months begin and the holidays are nearing, I begin to have a very distinct craving of something very special. Cookies! But, not any ordinary cookies. These cookies are the best of the best in oatmeal cookies. They are so very special that I get a warm and cozy feeling just thinking about them. It is said that certain smells and tastes can trigger emotions and memories. Well, these cookies do just that. For me, they represent a special kind of love that only a mother can have for her child. When I eat them, they give me a special kind of comfort of home, tradition and love. Who knew a cookie could bring so much emotion?
Restaurants
  • Kim Joseph
    Published 6 days ago
    A view at the EnVue Hotel's Marcus NoHu Rooftop

    A view at the EnVue Hotel's Marcus NoHu Rooftop

    On a Sunday afternoon, my friends and I arrived at the EnVue hotel in Weehawken, New Jersey and rode the elevator up to the top. On the sixth floor of the EnVue hotel, an oasis for outdoor dining overlooking a breathtaking view of the Hudson river greets you once you step off the elevator. With plenty of space inside to spread out (Especially important due to this socially distanced Summer) my friends and I headed to the bar to get cocktails to get our brunch experience started before being seated for our 1:15 PM reservation.
  • Nick Archer
    Published 11 days ago
    REVIEW ASKEW #2- Openfit Coffee x Spuds, Hockley, Nottingham

    REVIEW ASKEW #2- Openfit Coffee x Spuds, Hockley, Nottingham

    I want to buy a camera. Now that might seem to be a strange place to start a coffee shop review, but bear with me, it’ll make less sense the further we go. (And that is the right ‘bear’, I checked).
  • Bridie
    Published 17 days ago
    The Best Coffee in Edinburgh

    The Best Coffee in Edinburgh

    A long journey, a weight lifting drive that takes us further from heavy, isolated, home-stayed days. A friendly smile, a comfortable couch, then the sip of pure, warm, joy. We looked at each other after that first mouthful of goodness, a mirrored smile spreading on both pale faces.
Travel
  • Abigail Bingham
    Published 15 days ago
    My Favorite Treats in Boston

    My Favorite Treats in Boston

    A few years ago I worked in Boston, so I was super close to the city and I found myself exploring a decent amount of the time. One of my favorite things to do was find new spots to eat at, whether they be sit-down restaurants or just places to grab a quick bite to-go. I definitely still have a lot more adventuring to do throughout the city, but through my prior explorations, I've found some of my favorite foods that I want to share! If you ever find yourself in Boston, be sure to check out some of these spots for some awesome treats and meals.
  • Brett Rummel
    Published 18 days ago
    My Food-Filled Trip to Philly

    My Food-Filled Trip to Philly

    I was definitely supposed to write this a year ago, when I got back from this adventure. However, what better time than when social media reminds you that you’re not going to get to take the same trip this year? *cries*
  • Rochell Megan
    Published 26 days ago
    How to find the best dishes in Quy Nhon

    How to find the best dishes in Quy Nhon

    A charming coastal city in Central Vietnam, Quy Nhon is the capital of the country's Binh Dinh Province. It isn't much of a surprise when you hear that most of the city's dishes are inspired by seafood due to its close proximity to the sea. However, you can also find local food that includes meat and other fresh produce. Here's a simple guide to finding some of the best dishes in Quy Nhon.
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