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‘Tocabe’ brings its Native American cuisine to the road

‘Tocabe’ brings its Native American cuisine to the road


Via: kavika  •  Wine & Food  •  37 Comments  •  4 weeks ago

Native American foods and restaurants are becoming more popular every day. The Sioux Chef, Sean Sherman, and his Indigenous kitchen have become a mainstay for those that what to experience what...
Crock Pot Reuben dip

Crock Pot Reuben dip


By: sparty-on  •  Wine & Food  •  24 Comments  •  one month ago

This recipe fits a standard 4-5 quart Crock Pot.   Adjust up or down depending on the size of your pot. Ingredients: 16  ounces cream cheese, softened is easier if baking, i use hard...
Scientists Played Music to Cheese as It Aged. Hip-Hop Produced the Funkiest Flavor

Scientists Played Music to Cheese as It Aged. Hip-Hop Produced the Funkiest Flavor


Via: bob-nelson  •  Wine & Food  •  16 Comments  •  one month ago

Bern University of the Arts HKB The creation of good cheese involves a complex dance between milk and bacteria. In a quite literal sense, playing the right tune while this dance unfolds...
My 101 year old Grandma's potato salad recipe

My 101 year old Grandma's potato salad recipe


By: gregtx  •  Wine & Food  •  12 Comments  •  2 months ago

Boil 4-5 large potatoes with jackets on till fork done. Let cool then peel and cube, My mom and Mammaw do about 1" cubes, but I like to make 'em a little bit bigger. Then add 1 medium chopped...
Let’s talk about fruit

Let’s talk about fruit


By: kathleen  •  Wine & Food  •  79 Comments  •  2 months ago

If you could only pick one fruit to eat for the rest of your life, what would it be? I know this is a hard question, because there are so many that are delicious. Please be civil... thank you..
How to pick a good watermelon

How to pick a good watermelon


Via: buzz-of-the-orient  •  Wine & Food  •  11 Comments  •  3 months ago

How to pick a good watermelon A flavorless watermelon is a reason for a good cry. By Robin Shreeves, Mother Nature Network, June 4 2018 A ripe, full-of-flavor watermelon is one...
Banned bread: why does the US allow additives that Europe says are unsafe?

Banned bread: why does the US allow additives that Europe says are unsafe?


Via: bob-nelson  •  Wine & Food  •  16 Comments  •  4 months ago

Give us this day our daily foam expander. It may sound odd, but in America, your loaf of bread can contain ingredients with industrial applications – additives that also appear in things...
Scientists discover why grocery store tomatoes don’t taste like anything

Scientists discover why grocery store tomatoes don’t taste like anything


Via: bob-nelson  •  Wine & Food  •  15 Comments  •  4 months ago

In a new study published in Nature Genetics , researchers including those from the Agricultural Research Service and the Boyce Thompson Institute have mapped the genome of the modern...
I Broke Breakfast

I Broke Breakfast


Via: bob-nelson  •  Wine & Food  •  1 Comments  •  4 months ago

There’s no good reason you can’t eat a chicken-parmesan hoagie for breakfast. That’s what I decided last year when I woke up one morning, hungover and ravenous, craving the sandwich’s very...
What Is SPAM, Anyway?

What Is SPAM, Anyway?


Via: john-russell  •  Wine & Food  •  18 Comments  •  4 months ago

What Is SPAM, Anyway? by Meghan Jones  via  Reader's Digest It shares its name with those annoying emails you don’t want. It comes in a can...
The Health Case for High Cocoa Dark Chocolate in Moderation

The Health Case for High Cocoa Dark Chocolate in Moderation


By: enoch  •  Wine & Food  •  110 Comments  •  7 months ago

High cocoa dark chocolate (any amount at 72% or higher cocoa) is known to have at least the following five health benefits, if consumed in moderate quantities. 1. More bio flavanoids than...
How do you like your steak cooked?

How do you like your steak cooked?


By: kathleen  •  Wine & Food  •  49 Comments  •  8 months ago

Good Morning all, Yesterday there was a article about how much protein we need in our diets, so it reminded me of eating a nice juicy steak on the grill. How do you like your steak cooked and...
Culture Insider: Chopsticks do's and don'ts

Culture Insider: Chopsticks do's and don'ts


Via: buzz-of-the-orient  •  Wine & Food  •  44 Comments  •  8 months ago

Culture Insider: Chopsticks do's and don'ts chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2018-11-22 Chopsticks, or   kuaizi   in Chinese, are a pair of small equal-length tapered sticks, usually made...
What are your New Years Day culinary traditions?

What are your New Years Day culinary traditions?


By: epistte  •  Wine & Food  •  50 Comments  •  9 months ago

I know that we have a wide variety of cultures and religions among News Talkers and I'm reasonably sure that we have many people who still observe culinary traditions on New Years Day....
 Why Christmas Is About Food

Why Christmas Is About Food


Via: johnrussell  •  Wine & Food  •  3 Comments  •  9 months ago

nytimes.com Opinion | Why Christmas Is About Food In a season full of bittersweet memories, cooking and eating can remind us of what is joyful. Ham for the...
A Peking Duck Dinner to Celebrate Our 10th Anniversary

A Peking Duck Dinner to Celebrate Our 10th Anniversary


By: buzz-of-the-orient  •  Wine & Food  •  32 Comments  •  10 months ago

A Peking Duck Dinner to Celebrate Our 10th Anniversary A photo from December 5th 2008.   It was a legal civil form of wedding with no guests or witnesses, so no need to dress.  Our...
An Expat Thanksgiving Dinner Experience

An Expat Thanksgiving Dinner Experience


By: buzz-of-the-orient  •  Wine & Food  •  76 Comments  •  10 months ago

An Expat Thanksgiving Dinner Experience A Chinese doctor friend invited me to accompany him to a special Thanksgiving Dinner for expatriates living here that he had attended previously at...
Chocolate Biscotti with Berry Filling

Chocolate Biscotti with Berry Filling


Via: broliver-thesquirrel-stagnasty  •  Wine & Food  •  7 Comments  •  10 months ago

Chocolate Biscotti with Berry Filling, YummmmmmmmmY! I came in from mowing and taking photographs, and gosh darn it, I was hungry! Opened up the fridge, nothing in there that I wanted,...
Food Porn: Steelhead with Cuban Black Beans

Food Porn: Steelhead with Cuban Black Beans


By: tfargo  •  Wine & Food  •  35 Comments  •  11 months ago

  I can't tell you how much I enjoy good fish (no relation to B.F.).  I try to get a piece at least once a week, and eat that piece with sustained pleasure.  It always puts a grin on our faces...
The Most Popular Halloween Candy In Every State

The Most Popular Halloween Candy In Every State


Via: johnrussell  •  Wine & Food  •  4 Comments  •  11 months ago

I mention this chart not because it has any real meaning, but simply because there are seven states where candy corn is the favorite Halloween candy. Say it ain't so.  My own favorite candy,...
How do you take your Coffee?

How do you take your Coffee?


By: tig  •  Wine & Food  •  137 Comments  •  11 months ago

Being in good company, I am a coffee drinker.    My favorite is a Caffè latte  - a mixture of espresso and milk (1/3 espresso).   My particular recipe uses unsweetened almond milk (so not really...
Vegetables

Vegetables


By: kathleen  •  Wine & Food  •  197 Comments  •  last year

Lets find out what everyone's favorite veggie is on NT. Lets just say you had to pick only one veggie that you could only have for one whole year....What would it be? {Only one please}...
How do you take your eggs?

How do you take your eggs?


By: gordy327  •  Wine & Food  •  180 Comments  •  last year

The egg is a simple, yet delicious, nutritious, and versatile food. It's good for anything from deviled egg appetizers to simply fired eggs for breakfast, to quiches and sandwiches, and of course...
Cheese lovers - what's your favourite?

Cheese lovers - what's your favourite?


By: buzz-of-the-orient  •  Wine & Food  •  23 Comments  •  last year

Cheese lovers - what's your favourite? Personally, my favourite is Stilton, a kind of blue cheese, and next to that good old well aged sharp cheddar.  It should be a little crumbly as...
Life as a Farmworker in Yuma’s Lettuce Fields

Life as a Farmworker in Yuma’s Lettuce Fields


Via: bob-nelson  •  Wine & Food  •  1 Comments  •  last year

Each winter, the fields of Yuma, Arizona, grow half a billion heads of iceberg lettuce. This is what it's like to work as a lettuce harvester in those fields. The lettuce seemed to glow in...
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