FOOD 101: Crisp, Crumble, Cobbler ~ The Difference

[1] Cherry cobbler—the biscuit dough dropped on top of the fruit resembles cobblestones (photo © Choose Cherries). [2] It’s called a cobbler because the biscuit topping looks like cobblestones. The Le Creuset gratin pan is from Williams Sonoma (photo © Williams Sonoma). [3] An apple crisp, called a crumble in the U.K. The cooked fruit…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Homemade Salsa For National Salsa Month

Salsa fresca, made with raw ingredients. Other salsas are cooked. Photo courtesy Melissa’s.   Salsa, which has been America’s favorite condiment since 2000 (when it supplanted ketchup),actually has been a favorite condiment for thousands of years. The chile was domesticated around 5200 B.C.E., and tomatoes by 3000 B.C.E. both in Central America. The Aztecs combined…
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