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The Only Chocolate Cake Recipe You'll Ever Need Huffington Post David Lebovitz's Chocolate Sorbet.
"When it comes to chocolate cake -- and chocolate cake only -- the consistency really should be dense. Because chocolate is dense. Think about, how can a fluffy cake taste anything like chocolate?"
Are you sure you want to delete this scoop?
Boneless skinless chicken breasts (aka BSCBs) — is there anything more boring? They are all too often served dry, chewy and tasteless. I usuall avoid now BSCBs in favor of more succulent boneless, skinless thighs. I do have one method, however, that makes unfailingly juicy and tender boneless skinless chicken breasts. Need some chicken for a salad, or to top some pasta? This is the method. It takes some trust, but believe me — it works flawlessly every single time.
Perfect for spring salads.
You won't break the cork, but this may get messy.
Now this is determination!
Eating right in midlife may prevent dementia later on, according to a new study published by the University of Eastern Finland. Results indicated those who consistently consumed healthy foods at the average age of 50 had a nearly 90% lower risk of dementia in a 14-year follow-up study compared to those who did not eat healthfully.
The Alzheimer's Association recommends increasing intake of "protective foods" to maintain a healthy brain. These include dark-skinned fruits and vegetables such as prunes, raisins, red grapes, plums, blueberries, cherries, broccoli, spinach, kale, onion, red bell pepper, beets and eggplant. Nuts such as almonds, walnuts and pecans are also recommended, as are cold-water fish such as trout, salmon, tuna, mackerel and halibut. Increasing intake of vitamins such as C, E, folate and B12 is also considered helpful.
How to open a bottle of wine is a skill well worth adding to your social toolkit.
And suggestion for what to do with leftover corks.
In need of an inexpensive, fun, delicious treat for Valentine's Day? Make these white chocolate dipped valentine fortune cookies... they will make your sweeth
How cute are these?
36 fortune cookies1 bag white chocolate chips (I used Hershey's)Assorted Valentine sprinklesPink gel food coloringWilton piping tip #4 (or very small round)Disposable piping bagWax paper
Felicity Cloake: Is soda bread the world's easiest loaf, do you like it brown or white, and what do you eat with it beyond butter or honey?
Perfect for St. Patrick's Day celebrations!
Fresh-from-the-garden herbs add flavor and fragrance to foods. Try these easy-care garden favorites.
Read Full Article Here: www.bhg.com
I grow rosemary and lavendar. If only I could keep basil alive.
We love soup here at HuffPost Taste. We like it with pumpkin, and with potato.
Plus several tomato soup recipes included.
The things you eat affect how you feel. Tracking your diet using technology can help you know what to avoid.
Personalize. Thryve lets you take a picture of your food and estimate the amounts of proteins, carbs, and fats, but it goes a step further and asks you how you feel.
Not a company to shy away from out-of-the-box flavors, Jelly Belly has created the first draft beer flavored jelly bean.
I'll try it!
On a cold day, sit down with one of these mugs of hot cocoa.
Hot chocolate for every occasion!
If your blender gets a daily workout, bravo! Smoothies are an easy way to get fruit and veggie goodness into your diet during the winter.
Citrus, spices & more.
We look back at the most popular posts on The Salt in 2013.
Interesting collection of articles.
Pizza is love. Still wearing their high school varsity baseball uniforms and eye black, my sons made pizza after the game. Friends joined us and some of our pizza was delivered to other friends. Fa...
I wish I could make this for you!
It wasn't until about a year ago that I became an avid sandwich eater. Before the fateful day when I consumed The Perfect Sandwich, I never understood the appeal – why not just consume the ingredients in salad form? Why did everything turn out so soggy? But lo', sandwiches have so much more to offer when done right. You see, it's all about the quality of the ingredients (especially bread), and awesome spreads and lots of textures. These 15 sandwiches have all that going on and then some. It's about time you made your lunchbox proud.
Continue reading on www.thekitchn.com
Sandwiches for spring :)
OMG!! This looks so scrumptious!! Need to try..
3 ripe bosc pears2 tablespoons honey1 tablespoon cinnamon1/4 cup chopped pecanscoconut oilsea saltmaldon salt
LOVE grilled fruit!
Whether you like it or not, food fraud is real and can happen to you.
Olive oil, honey, fish, oh my.
I was just 16 when I poured my first beer. It was my first restaurant job and a customer ordered a pint while the bartender was busy. I'd seen her do it hundreds of times, and she made it look so easy. Besides, it couldn't be that different from filling a cup from the soda machine, right? Wrong. So very wrong. Needless to say, my first pour was less than spectacular. It's a lot harder than it looks, and if you don't know what you're doing, you can end up with a foamy mess. The way you pour a beer has a drastic effect on the thickness of that foam, i.e. the head. Where Does the Head Come
Thorough explanation and includes a video link.
A roundup of tips and techniques from culinary professionals.
Salt helps food to taste more like itself, not food that tastes salty.
We're going to let you in on a little cooking secret: the more butter you use, the better your food will taste. It's just the truth.
Do you have a go-to recipe made with phyllo? I need one.
Food can emerge from a 3D printer in sculpted form. Soon you can savor printed ravioli, pizza, chickpea nuggets, chips, chocolates, and candy
Tweet me chocolate, please.
11 Surprising Foods You Can Make in a Slow Cooker Slideshow
Say so long to chia seeds and cronuts (so 2013) and get ready to welcome an ancient grain, freekeh.
Cauliflower is the new Brussels sprout :)
When it comes to vegetable soups in winter, more is definitely merrier. In summer, you can make a perfectly delicious soup by pureeing ripe tomatoes.
Delicious one and all!