TIP OF THE DAY: Vidalia Onions, Sweet & Crunchy

[1] On the outside, Vidalia onions look like conventional onions. On the inside, they are snow white (all photos courtesy Vidalia Onions | Facebook. [2] Cut Vidalias without worrying about burning eyes. They’re grown in soil that is low in sulfur, which produces the burn and the bite. [3] The perfect onion for a burger.…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Hot Cross Buns For Good Friday

[1] Enjoy hot cross buns for breakfast on Good Friday, and at tea time or coffee break all Easter weekend (photo courtesy King Arthur Flour).   Hot cross buns are sweet yeast buns made with raisins or currants, and decorated with a cross. The cross, symbolizing the Crucifixion, was originally made with knife cuts in…
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RECIPE: Butter Pecan Chocolate Fudge For National Pecan Day

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TIP OF THE DAY: Try A Trending Beer Style

[1] Otra Vez is a gose-style beer from Sierra Nevada (both photos courtesy Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.). [2] Sierra Nevada’s Session IPA.   April 7th is National Beer Day. If you’re a beer drinker, you likely have your favorite style(s). But what’s trending in beer? Here it is, adapted from Flavor & The Menu for…
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FOOD FUN: Make A Ramen Burger For National Ramen Day

April 4th is National Ramen Day. It’s also National Burrito Day, National Carrot Day and National Cordon Bleu Day. In case you’ve never had a ramen burger, it’s a hamburger where fried ramen, formed into a bun shape, replaces the bread bun.     RAMEN BURGER HISTORY The American version of the ramen burger (photo…
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