TIP OF THE DAY: More Modern Surf & Turf Ideas … Plus Spring Peas

National Surf & Turf Day falls on February 29th. Why would anyone choose to celebrate this tasty holiday only once every four years? That honor should go to, say, National Chocolate Covered Cashews Day, which happens to be today’s holiday (April 21st). Or how Kitchen Klutzes of America Day (June 13th), or Cheese Sacrifice Purchase…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Spring Peas, Use ‘Em Or Lose ‘Em

[1] Recipe #1, Spring pea dumplings (photo © Hannah Kaminsky | Bittersweet Blog. [2] Spring peas, also called English peas and green peas (photo © R.Khalil | Pexels). [3] Edamame, immature soybeans that are boiled or steamed (photo © Burpee). [4] Savoy cabbage, the most elegant-looking of the cabbage varieties. It is named after the…
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FOOD 101: The History Of Amaretto Liqueur

[1] Disaronno, the original amaretto liqueur brand (photos #1, #3 and #4 © ILLVA). [2] A liqueur glass with the amber liqueur (photo via Angela Bax | Pinterest via Flickr. [3] Domenico Reina’s store in Saronno. [4] Bottles of Disaronno from 1900.   April 19th is National Amaretto Day. Earlier today, we developed a list…
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TIP OF THE DAY: What To Do With Amaretto

[1] The grandaddy of amaretto: Amaretto di Saronno (photo courtesy Illva Saronno S.p.A). [2] Homemade amaretto (here’s the recipe from Mantitlement). [3] Amaretto preserves (photo courtesy Telltale Preserve Co). [4] Pour amaretto into your coffee, or serve it as a chaser (photo courtesy Coffee Door Country). [5] Shrimp in an amaretto marinade (photo courtesy Kansas…
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