Food Blog of the Day Archive
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March 2, 2014
This Brazilian recipe of moqueca de peixe (literally fish stew) is consistent with the restrictive laws of Lent. Mainly consisting of fish and vegetables, it is enhanced with coconut milk which ideally replaces cream which would have been of animal origin.
March 1, 2014
Usually when I have breakfast, I have BREAKFUNCH. Breakfunch is when you wake up late and shove a giant plate of pancakes or waffles or baked potato hash in your face.
February 28, 2014
Yes, these are really spicy gluten-free ginger snaps! Which is exactly what I’d wanted — a cookie that truly put the snap! back in gingersnap!
February 27, 2014
I am here to champion homemade citrus curd and show you how very easy it is to make with our Homemade “Key Lime” Curd recipe.
February 26, 2014
I’ve combined traditional Greek herbs with two popular spices used in Indian cooking… and I think that this recipe is the best one yet.
February 25, 2014
The cute sugar plums are new to me. I like their shape, size and colours. I’ve prepared a part of them in a simple dessert, with yogurt, honey and fresh almonds. A treat on a balmy day.
February 24, 2014
This Lentil Bolognese over spaghetti squash. No pasta, tons of veggies, low-cal and nutrient dense.
February 23, 2014
Tarascan Soup is something I've been making for years. For me, Tarascan has come to imply "Mexican tomato bisque." It's such a great recipe because you can prepare it quickly and it's ready to eat in about 30 minutes.
February 22, 2014
These are the cat’s meow. The bee’s knees. The freaking best. Creamy and rich truffles filled with Bailey's Irish Cream and coffee.
February 21, 2014
One of my favorite things to make is a simple roast chicken, especially during the winter months. The skin of the chicken crisps up beautifully and the flavors of the poultry seep into the accompanying vegetables in the pan.
February 20, 2014
I really love these cookies. They are so easy and quick to whip up, and they don’t require any special ingredients. They’re healthy, really they are, even though the pictures may not look it.
February 19, 2014
Healthy Pizza is not an oxymoron anymore with this Quinoa Crust Pizza! Hurray! Imagine all the pizza you can eat! Seriously, this pizza was so good and you really couldn’t make out that it did not have a bread crust.
February 18, 2014
Do you need a fast & super easy meal? This spicy Mexican dish just might fit the bill. It’s pretty tough to take a pretty picture of a casserole, but I promise . . . it’s pretty tasty!
February 17, 2014
Homemade tomato soup with fresh spices, splashes of balsamic vinegar and wines, and olive oil is my favorite. I love it straight with basil, but sometimes I like to get fancy. Enter beer cheese.
February 16, 2014
I will say that this pasta dish is absolutely magnificent and the fact that it can be cooked, start to finish, in well under thirty minutes makes it even more so.
February 15, 2014
I realize broccoli isn’t normally [or ever?] a taco ingredient but trust me that it works in this recipe. The bites of broccoli are possibly the very best bites you can find. They’re roasted + tender and filled with pockets of cheesy millet goodness.
February 14, 2014
Red Velvet No-Bake Cheesecake is rich, creamy and the perfect flavorful and colorful dessert for your Valentine’s Day celebration. With a chocolate sandwich cookie crust and vanilla whipped topping, these mini no-bake red velvet cheesecakes were just what I was hoping for.
February 13, 2014
This dish has lots of crisp, colorful veggies, and a nice light sauce. You can choose your favorite veggies to add.
February 12, 2014
When I was in London two summers ago, all of the bakeries had piles of massive meringues, flaunting themselves in the window. so fluffy, so jolly. I figured they couldn't be that difficult to make.
February 11, 2014
A classic soup recipe and I dare say a world’s favourite during winter months. Onion soups have been historically a humble meal all around Europe, since onion are cheap, easy to cultivate and to preserve, but its origin (specially of the grilled version) is attributed to France.