By Anja Samy – The Local de Hang a shining… pickle… on the highest bough? The Weihnachtsgurke, or Christmas Pickle, is supposedly a classic German tradition. But it may not be quite as traditional – or German – as you’d expect. Legend has it that when Germans decorate their Christmas tree, the very last ornament they […]
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WRITTEN BY: NEWS DESK – The Caterer Pica pau means ‘woodpecker’, and you eat this dish with a cocktail stick, picking pieces up and gobbling them a bit like its namesake would. My version uses beef fillet; if you ask your butcher to give you the tail ends of the fillet it will be a lot […]
BY: BESSIE MCDONALD-GUSSACK – Food Network Canada Everything you love in a jalapeño popper is whirred into a cheesy, party-perfect dip. Spicy jalapeños, crispy bacon, cream cheese and a crunchy topping come together for a delicious, ultra-indulgent dip. Serve this up with veggies and tortilla chips at your next party for a crowd-pleasing riff on the new-classic appetizer. Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 50 minutes […]
Six Flags Over Georgia has a new spot in the record books, and park president Dale Kaetzel is pickled pink about it. “Tonight, our guests were able to create a new family tradition during the most magical time of the season,” Kaetzel said. “Each guest who participated in our record attempt took home their very […]
By Bridget Sharkey – Magicvalley.com Avocados are one of Mother Nature’s most delicious and versatile fruits. (Yes, avocados are a fruit!) And now farmers in Spain have made them even more spectacular by growing avocados without a pit. Known as ‘cocktail avocados,’ they are smaller than the average avocado, and instead are about the size of […]
By Sam Bithoney – Skillet Peppers, of any variety, are a pain in the ass. Irregularly shaped, filled with bitter ribs and somewhere between 12 and 850,000 tiny seeds that make their way into the darker recesses of your kitchen, hoping to be found one day by anthropologists who proclaim “They were just like us!” Mankind […]
Author: Devin Kelly – Anchorage Daily News Hassan Gedi dipped tongs into a boiling pot and pulled out glass jars full of dark purple liquid. The jars contained pickled grapes marinating in brine. Next summer, Gedi, a 29-year-old refugee from Somalia, may be able to sell his own pickled goods at an Anchorage farmers market. “I would […]
By Joanne — fifteen Spatulas This is one of my “I want to put it on everything” sauces and it’s based off a wildly popular green sauce recipe from a Peruvian restaurant in NYC. It only takes 5-10 minutes to make, and is perfect with so many dishes! Last week on my Instagram stories I shared […]
This is one of my “I want to put it on everything” sauces and it’s based off a wildly popular green sauce recipe from a Peruvian restaurant in NYC. It only takes 5-10 minutes to make, and is perfect with so many dishes!
These appetizers will be a hit at holiday parties By JERRY DILSAVER – Carolina Sportsman As we approach the holidays, family gatherings, holiday dinners and all sorts of things involving food will arise, to which many sportsmen will generously share their fish and game. I enjoy this, but I suggest that you label any game or […]