Still a culinary mystery to many, the foods of Africa are as diverse. Just like many of its exotic destinations. When you initially think of African cuisine, you don’t necessarily think of the word gourmet.
Ever thought about hosting an “expensive” Thanksgiving dinner, costing… say about $181,000? The last time it was offered was in 2019
First cultivated in Greece, the spice saffron originates from the Saffron Crocus flower. Lovers of the Spanish dish paella know that saffron.
When it comes to flavoring dried beans, legumes, rice, and/or vegetables, salt pork does not necessarily pop into the mind of the average cook.
Although I only eat it about once or twice a year, I love Spam. Why, you may wonder? Processed meat is a no-no on most healthy food lists. And my particular dietary needs dictate minimizing processed foods.
Once considered as having aphrodisiacal properties, almost anything truffle is usually held in high esteem throughout the culinary world.
Scrapple is a 100% pork product consisting of cooked pig parts, inside and out, cornmeal, buckwheat flour, and assorted spices.
Getting ready for the winter months with a little chowder is a northeastern tradition. Tender, flaky cod simmers in a fragrant broth with potatoes, celery, and rich mascarpone and you have something special.
Calling All Popcorn Lovers: In the mood for a bucket of rich, buttery golden popcorn?
Fresh salsa adds a pop of flavor that’s too good not to put a smile on your face. This salsa combines fresh chopped tomatoes with pickled jalapenos