For those of you out there that do not possess a copy of this book, you should immediately drop what you’re doing and run out the door to find one. The Food Lovers Companion is a must have for anyone who loves to cook and entertain. The companion is […]
Looking for something different to do this weekend? Well here you go! The annual Frozen Dead Guy Days will be held, rain, snow, or shine this Friday, March 2nd through Sunday the 4th, in the small mountain community of Nederland, Colorado. For those of you that have never […]
I consider myself to be a very fortunate person, not because I am wealthy, or possess the chiseled features of a G.Q. cover model, but due in part to the fact that I have been lucky enough to have experienced travel all over the world. I was first introduced to saag paneer while spending time in Pakistan, where this creamy concoction is present at many meals. To escape the heat of the day, we would commonly dine outside late at night. It was there, under strings of lights at an outdoor Bar-B-Q in Lahore where I first fell in love with the sumptuous green mistress named Saag.
Popular in grade school cafeterias throughout the Midwest during the 1960’s, the Tater Tot casserole has in my opinion, unfairly received a bad rap. Many consider this dish nothing more than “trailer trash” food……………….. well if that’s the case……………then rent me a double-wide.
Found in many Cajun dishes, the peppadew is a flavorful sweet and spicy cherry pepper. The name is a combination of the words “pepper” and “dew”. Many times confused as a cross between a tomato and a pepper the peppadew is actually a breed of […]
|White House Cook Book from 1929 the start of the Great Depression|