You can tell it’s Lent without going to church:• Groceries are packed with seafood and coupon deals.• Fast-food joints are rolling out sandies with names such as Reel Big Fillet (Arby’s) and the Premium Alaskan (BK), which replaced the politically incorrect Whaler. KFC is fighting back with its Colonel’s Double Fillet monster.
Once upon a time, there was Tabasco and Louisiana. Those were kinder, gentler times in the universe of hot-pepper sauces.These memories rapidly are morphing into today’s tongue-numbing hell of boutique hot sauces.
A change is coming to Vermont's maple syrup bottles this year—one soon to be adopted worldwide.
Sometimes, what’s on the magazine racks in supermarket checkout lines are more than tabloid fodder. Instead, they might just contain the solution to get you out of a pickle.
The best kitchen-tested recipes don’t have to come from the most-tested chefs. The next time you are looking for easy dishes to “steal,” don’t necessarily look to your favorite restaurant chef, cookbook author or TV cooking series host.
By Charlyn FargoCreators SyndicateWe could pick a lot of food to fit this category, but when it comes to nutrition, leafy greens are rockstars, according to the latest issue of Food & Nutrition magazine.
It is one thing to have a thirst for fine wine, quite another to support the habit.
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Tip of the WeekIf you’ve ever stood before an aisle of wine completely baffled by what to serve at your next dinner party, you aren’t alone. Whether red or white, dry or sweet, the options can be overwhelming.
Learn and know your barware with this guide to must-have barware items.
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