Save any supper with this savory cornbread batter. You were right to hang onto that jar of perfectly seasoned pickle juice. Now there is something to do with it! Cornbread is the answer. Any shape. Round, square, muffins or best of all, waffles.
Summertime is beer season for many of us—and it's understandable why that is. There's just something about cracking open a cold one, drinking it down, feeling the suds dancing in your mouth, and getting that refreshing kick of hops that makes beer a perfect summer choice.
Before I continue with the subject at hand I want to write a buyer beware advisory to consumers who might be purchasing this product in the future: BLK. This brand of designer water should no longer be available for public consumption. BLK. water is nothing more than water with black dye added to it. The first, last, and only time that I drank it my stomach was upset and it made me sick and nauseated.
Gluten free is more than meets the eye. When you first approach it, eating gluten free looks like one of those monsters in the horror movies people like watching. Hunger gnaws at your stomach because at that last restaurant, you knew you could eat the salad and fruit, but were too scared to try anything else. You vowed you would never eat out again. But then you come home and stare at the refrigerator in dismay because it seems every food product stares back at you with a sinister gaze.
As many people in the tri-state area could tell you, I used to be a professional food critic. In those years, I actually worked hard to develop a good palate for food, a fine understanding of what it takes to make a good meal, and a good grasp of food flavor pairings.
Japanese sake has one of the longest, most storied histories of all alcoholic beverages, yet its tale remains largely unknown outside the country of its birth, or to anyone who isn't a dyed-in-the-wool aficionado. Let's take a fun look at some lesser-known facts surrounding an alcohol that's been called Japan's national beverage.