LEAP YEAR FOOD HOLIDAY: National Frog’s Legs Day

February 29th occurs only once every four years: It’s the leap year day. There are actually two food holidays on Leap Day: National Surf & Turf Day National Frogs Legs Day   We love Surf & Turf. In addition to the classic Surf and Turf, we’ve created a list of modern approaches to “one from…
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TIP OF THE DAY: International Sauces On Everyday Favorites ~ Part 2 Of 3

[5] Nuoc cham is the national condiment of Vietnam. Here’s the recipe from Gastronomy Blog (photo © Gastronomy Blog). [6] Peri-peri sauce is the national condiment of Peru. Here’s a recipe (photo © Flavor And The Menu). [7a] Romesco may be the most famous sauce in Spain (photo © Chef Aida Mollenkamp). [7b] Muhammara, a…
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FOOD FUN: Is It “Gif” Or “Jif”?

“If you’ve ever called a .GIF a Jif, we forgive you.” So say Jif® peanut butter and from GIPHY, the world’s first and largest GIF search engine. The two brands have teamed up to settle the ongoing debate over how to pronounce GIF, the acronym for Graphic Image File. JIF, i.e. GIF pronounced with a…
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