TIP OF THE DAY: Make An Herb Vinaigrette Salad Dressing

The recipe is below. But first, a brief history of salad dressing. SALAD DRESSING HISTORY Salad greens were picked and eaten by man, likely from the furthest days of prehistory. But salad dressing came much later. We know from the written record that the Babylonians used oil and vinegar for dressing greens nearly 2,000 years…
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RECIPE: A Welsh Rarebit For National Welsh Rarebit Day

[1] A modern execution of the Welsh Rarebit, topped sauce instead of a pourover (photo by Tristan Kenney is licensed under-CC-BY-2.0). [2] This upscale version uses an artisan bread loaf with the crusts cut off (photo by The Food Place.co_.uk is licensed under CC-BY-2.0). [3] This creation has a side of tomatoes, a fried egg…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Create A King Cake Variation For Mardi Gras

Will you be celebrating Mardi Gras on March 6th? If you hadn’t planned to, perhaps this fun food dessert project will appeal to you. Your challenge: to create your own version of King Cake, the staple Mardi Gras dessert (the history of Mardi Gras). Or bake this recipe from scratch. Or, make your favorite bundt…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Re-Envision Your Favorite Salad (We Picked Greek Salad)

It’s the month of good eating resolutions. One of the easiest to follow: add more salads. Whether it’s a main salad or a side salad, just avoid creamy dressings, stick to vinaigrettes, and you’re set. One of our favorites is a Greek Salad, so here are some ways to approach it—and get creative ideas for…
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