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Creamy Chocolate Chip Stuffed Pastries Recipe Is Simpler Than It Looks The Stir (blog) The recipe is from Emily Bites, and the base is made up of mini frozen phyllo shells, so half of the work is already done for you.
ABS CBN News Italian named world's top pasta chef for recession-inspired dish ABS CBN News Chef Giorgio Nava of Italy poses for a photo with his pasta during the Pasta World Championship final in Parma June 15, 2013.
News 12 Bronx (registration) Italian-Americans pay homage to Saint Anthony News 12 Bronx (registration) Italian-Americans flooded East 187th Street Saturday afternoon to pay homage to Saint Anthony. (June 15, 2013 10:00 PM).
Fresh Seafood for Dad Cape Gazette By Hooked Seafood and Martini Bar | Jun 16, 2013. Blackened Ribeye with blue cheese and pan seared blackened scallops.....oh yeah :). Treat dad to fresh seafood prepared his way.
D Magazine Food & Wine Classic seasons Aspen with culinary celebrities Denver Post Now in its 31st year, the Food & Wine Classic turns Aspen into something like Hollywood for foodies, with chef celebrities not only signing books and demonstrating...
Restaurant News: Crostini opens where Angry Italian Deli was 77Square.com Angry Italian Gourmet Deli made it three months at 231 North St., on the Near East Side, in a little spot that briefly hosted Nonna Rita's Empanadas but was best known as...
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Italian Town Bans Bikinis: Vietri Sul Mare Institutes Law Against Too Much ... Huffington Post One coastal town in southern Italy is taking offense with the number of residents and tourists who are walking around in their skimpy swimwear.
Maryland Seafood Festival CapitalGazette.com Sandy Point State Park will again be the host site for the 46th annual Maryland Seafood Festival, a tasty and entertaining tradition, with music, great food, exhibits, arts and crafts, and featuring The...
Hungry anglers take gourmet trip MiamiHerald.com The 36-year-old Tamarac resident is a five-star chef who recently helped open Fort Lauderdale hotspot S3 on the beach and also prepares gourmet meals at A-listers' homes.
Try this bean salad as a side with barbecue pork or grilled chicken.6 servings Ingredients:2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil2 cups onion, thinly sliced1 teaspoon dried oregano1/4 cup cider vinegar or red wine vinegar2 — (15-ounce) cans kidney beans, rinsed and drained1 teaspoon kosher salt1 cup chopped flat-leaf parsley1/4 cup green pimento-stuffed olives, sliced in halfDirections: Heat olive oil in a large pot over medium heat. Add onion; sauté 5 minutes. Add oregano, vinegar and beans. Cook over low heat until beans are warm. Remove from heat and stir in salt, parsley and olives. Serve warm or at room temperature.
By exploring exactly how the edible concoctions sold to us as “food” are made, the book sheds light on why we would all be better off eating real food, grown in soil and raised on farms, rather than the creations of food chemists in lab coats that are assembled in factories rather than cooked in kitchens.As I read Pandora’s Lunchbox, I thought often of an assertion made by Sir Albert Howard, one of the organic movement’ founding fathers: solutions to agricultural problems must come from the field, not the factory. Howard was talking about soil fertility—rich and healthy soil is the result of careful and conscious farming practices that value and respect natural processes, rather than of the application of synthetic fertilizers produced in a factory from the same starting materials used to create explosives. I was reminded of Howard’s observation often while reading Warner’s book. Whereas Howard applied this principle to farm fields, Warner applies it to food processing. If you are reading this book review and are a Cornucopia member, chances are that you already make an effort to avoid conventional processed foods. But many of the lessons from Warner’s book apply to organic processed foods as well (after all, aren’t we all at times too busy or tired to cook from scratch, and reach for that certified organic frozen pizza or TV dinner?). One example is her eye-opening discussion of synthetic vitamins. As Warner aptly points out (and Cornucopia has been working to address for years), synthetic vitamins have a carte blanche approval in organics. Many organic consumers assume that the added vitamins in organic foods are “organic,” but they are no different from the synthetic vitamins added to conventional foods. Vitamin D in organic milk likely came out of a Chinese factory that transformed Australian wool grease into this added nutrient. Factories that produce vitamin C emit numerous hazardous air pollutants; the last operating vitamin C plant in the United States closed in 2005 and the void has been filled by Chinese companies. Half a dozen Chinese companies now produce 90% of the vitamin C—and yes, this is the same vitamin C that often appears as an added ingredient in organic foods. At times while reading the book, I found myself wanting to hear more of Warner’s personal experiences and thoughts. Her reflections finally came at the end of the book, and were worth the wait. She writes about a family in California that made the switch from a diet of processed foods to real foods, and how it changed their lives. Not only did it drastically improve one of their children’s behavioral problems—the reason they made the switch—it also improved the health (and weight) of the other members of the family. I also appreciated that Warner addresses questions such as cost and convenience—it bears repeating that fast food meals generally cost more than simple, healthy home-cooked meals, even with all organic ingredients. A couple of years ago, Michael Pollan opened many people’s eyes to the basic fact that we should “eat food.” By digging into the depths of the processed foods industry and sharing the ins and outs, Warner’s Pandora’s Lunchbox is essentially a 200-page justification of why we should “eat food,” rather than edible food-like substances coming out of the laboratories and factories that the book tells us all about.
Seafood-centric SoCal Fish Taco gives Downtown Gilbert another diverse dining ... East Valley Tribune On May 13, Pablo Reynoso Jr., opened seafood-centric SoCal Fish Taco Company with a soft opening in Gilbert's Heritage Court district.
NJ weekend food calendar: Red Bank culinary walk, Bobby Flay in Atlantic City The Star-Ledger - NJ.com Red Bank Flavour Food and Wine kicks off its 2013 season Sunday, with more than 20 restaurants and gourmet spots offering tastes (and sips!
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