Pickle some garlic for the flavor of fall

By Brian Henry, The Peterborough Examiner We commonly associate pickles with cucumbers, but pickles are any foods that have been preserved in a seasoned brine or acetic acid. The pickle menu includes such foods as mangoes, mushrooms, eggs and pig’s feet. I have tried pickled elk and moose meat as well. The source for acetic […]

Block & Grinder chef gets creative with pickles

BY JENNIFER LOVER Correspondent – charlotteobserver.com  To say chef Ben Philpott of Block & Grinder is obsessed with pickles is an understatement. His co-workers tease that he would “pickle his shoes if he could.” I was having lunch at B&G with friends and out came a lovely assortment of pickled vegetables. Since my friends read […]

Raspberry Cream Cheese Jalapeno Poppers

BY BRITTANY GRAHAM  –  fox13now.com Grill master Susie Bulloch shows us how to make one of her favorite tailgating recipes. For more from her go here.   Raspberry Cream Cheese Jalapeno Poppers Fresh jalapenos are halved and seeded before being stuffed with cream cheese and raspberry jam then wrapped in bacon. The sweet and spicy […]

Packaged seaweed salad makes a perfect base for beefy tacos

J.m. Hirsch, Ap Food Editor – reprinted from www.timesunion.com Can you handle just one more Asian-fusion taco? You’re rolling your eyes. I know. But what if it’s one that’s easy enough and delicious enough to truly be worth making at home? Truth is, most of the popular Tex-Mex-Asian blends have been produced in food trucks […]

Recipe Exchange: 3 courses for a delicious dinner

Margaret Warr, News Journal correspondent Doris Melton shares the ultimate lemon sour cream pound cake made with fresh lemon juice and topped with a light lemon glaze. Her friend makes this cake every year for her mother’s birthday. She raves that this cake is one of the best she has ever tasted. The baked chicken […]