RECIPE: Pineapple Pound Cake & The History Of Pineapple

[1] Pineapple pound cake recipe (photos #1 and #2 plus recipe © Hannah Kaminsky | Bittersweet Blog). [2] If you don’t use a glaze, serve it à la mode. [3] Pineapples are ready to use when you buy them. They don’t ripen after they’re picked (photo © Produce Marketing Guide).   Since the pineapple first…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make A Gratin

Americans love melted cheese: on burgers, nachos, pizza, sandwiches, in fondue and queso dips. On the elegant end of the melted cheese menu is a gratin (grah-TAH, although Americans say GRAH-tin), a casserole that is topped with seasoned breadcrumbs and cheese, which is browned. Potatoes au gratin is a popular rendition, but your favorite vegetables…
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