FOOD FUN: Sushi Donuts For National Donut Day

[1] Sushi donuts can be filled and topped with anything you like. Express your outer sushi artist with different toppings, artistically presented. Here’s how to start, from A Side Of Sweet. [2] Vegetarian sushi donuts, above with orange carrot, purple carrot, radish and black sesame seeds. Here’s the recipe from Two Spoons, as well as…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Vegetable Pizza With A Vegetable Salad

[1] A slice of yellow squash pizza with a salad of green zucchini ribbons (photo courtesy Good Eggs). [2] Choose your favorite seasonable vegetables (photo courtesy The Homegrown Collective).   A meal kit from Good Eggs inspired this tip: If you make a veggie pizza, make a matching salad. The veggies on the pizza get…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: International Carbonara Day

https://www.deliciousitaly.com/cibo/carbonara-day
All information from the International Pasta Organization (IPO) and Italian Association of the Industries of Pasta and Dolci (AIDEPI).\https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/wordofmouth/2012/may/10/how-to-cook-perfect-spaghetti-carbonara
http://www.ansa.it/english/news/lifestyle/food_wine/2018/04/05/carbonara-day-celebrates-pasta-dish_db11d9b7-a664-46ba-af35-da0e8f3201f6.html

TIP OF THE DAY: DIY Wedge Salad Bar & Different Types Of Lettuce

Back in the 1950s and 1960s, restaurant menus offered hearts of lettuce salad with creamy dressings. The head was cut into quarters and plated with a slice of tomato for color. Homemakers were fans, too. The iceberg heads were sold fully trimmed, with little waste. It was easy to cut into wedges or slice into…
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