This is better than French fries. Really. There is no magic to this recipe – one I almost hesitate to call a recipe, it’s so easy. And I promise you, a vegetable never tasted so good! I can almost guarantee it’ll be one of your favorite cauliflower dishes. If you’re not fond of curry powder, experiment with different spices, try a squeeze of lemon juice, or add fresh herbs. It will all be good.
Five Minutes with Kelsey Gibbs, Manager of Coastal Cupcakes:
“When I go to other cities, I always try their cupcakes. I have to find a cupcake shop to see what they are doing. I have become really familiar with the whole cupcake culture. We’ve been in Wilmington for eight years.“
The search for the best shrimp and grits in Wilmington NC starts with an appreciation of the history of the dish.
Think morning, hours before the sun rises. Crews of local shrimpers, headed out for a hard day at sea.
This is really about how to cook grits.
Five Minutes with Fanny Slater, author of the cookbook Orange, Lavender & Figs, and winner of The Rachael Ray Show Great American Cookbook Competition:
“This food thing, it’s always been a part of who I was. I just loved taking moments from my childhood and recreating them.“
This soup can be made in a slow cooker or on the stove top. These instructions are for the stove top, as that’s how I made it. If you want to use a slow cooker, I recommend cooking the vegetables first in a sauté pan – this process gives the veggies a layer of complexity you won’t get if you just throw everything in the slow cooker.
Apricot Almond Goat Cheese with Peach Mango Preserves Combine roughly equal measurements in a shallow dish: Crushed roasted, salted almonds Chopped dried apricots Chopped fresh parsley Roll a 4 or 8 oz log of soft goat cheese in the mixture so that it is completely coated, pressing lightly so that the mixture adheres. Set the goatRead More
If you’ve ever been to England and enjoyed a proper tea, you know that cucumber cream cheese sandwiches make a regular appearance on the savory table. Every once in a while, I get a craving for these simple, lovely little sandwich bites. They go equally well with iced sweet tea as with hot tea, soRead More
If I’d known making pasta could be this easy – without all the draining and straining mess – I’d have been making pasta this way for years. I don’t know if I’ll make it the “old way” again…this is easy, quick, and delish! And it makes a TON of food. Ingredients: 1 12 oz. bagRead More