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suggestions to make the cooking area ends up being stylish and minimalist appearance

Cooking Area design Ideas - if supplying your cooking area an improvement is on your listing of issues at the minute you will definitely want to be mindful of all the most present trends in kitchen location design. It does not matter precisely what y...
by HOME DESIGN TRENDS on Sep 25, 2014

Five fabulous Thanksgiving sides recipes from Chicago chefs

Of course, you’re serving turkey for Thanksgiving. But what else? Chicago chefs have some great ideas. Carrot and cranberry borscht, Zed451, River North. ‘Especially Good’ sweet potatoes, Whole Foods Market. Butternut squash polenta, City P...
by Dining Chicago on Nov 19, 2012

Dining at home like a Chef.

Click on the image for more details!!Contains Over 120 Recipes from 60 of the Country's Top Restaurants Including: Applebee's B.B. King's Bahama Breeze...
by 5 News Live on Oct 30, 2012

Gratuitous photos of an Indian buffet

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by GGG on Oct 16, 2012

Grandma's Recipes

My Gran is outstanding, but she's not really a cook. She's 94 years old, and still kicking away death or even suggestions that she's too old for anything.When I try to list the things she taught me, I find myself not thinking of domestic...
by the hedonista on Oct 15, 2012

Eat this! Deviled eggs, a summer favorite

What it is: Hard-cooked eggs, halved, with their yolks spiced up and piped back into the whites, stuffed or deviled eggs are popular summer picnic fare. Where it comes from: Stuffed eggs were known back in ancient Roman times, although the name and t...
by Dining Chicago on Aug 15, 2012

Eat this! The BLT, summer’s ideal sandwich

What it is: The BLT is a wonderful summer sandwich. Composed of ripe, fresh tomatoes, layered with crisp bacon and crunchy lettuce on toasted bread slathered with mayonnaise, it’s best made when tomatoes are at their prime. Though it’s su...
by Dining Chicago on Aug 1, 2012

Eat this! Red bell pepper, ripe and mellow

What it is: Fresh red bell peppers (and the whole gamut of colors from yellow and orange to purple) are the ripe form of Capsicum annuum. The hollow bell-shaped peppers are green when immature. Where it comes from: Bell peppers originated in Mexico,...
by Dining Chicago on Jun 27, 2012

Eat this! Quinoa, the gold of the Incas

What it is: Pronounced “KEEN-wah,” quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) is a tiny, grainlike food with a deliciously nutty flavor and a light, fluffy, slightly crunchy texture. It’s a complete protein and high in calcium, lysine, manganese,...
by Dining Chicago on Apr 25, 2012

Eat this! Fresh peas, fleeting bursts of flavor

What it is: “English,” “garden” or “green” peas (Pisum sativum) are delectable, small, round, sweet vegetables that grow on vines inside inedible pods. Today, only about 5 percent of peas are sold fresh; more than...
by Dining Chicago on Apr 18, 2012

Eat this! Matzo meal, a Passover staple

What it is: Matzo meal is ground-up matzos, crackers baked for the Jewish holiday Passover from just flour and water. Commercially, it comes in two grades: coarse regular matzo meal and flourlike matzo cake meal, used for baking. (An even coarser ver...
by Dining Chicago on Apr 4, 2012

It’s the season of the egg! 5 great deviled eggs

Spring has sprung, Easter and Passover are coming, and it’s the season of the deviled egg. Here’s what local restaurants are doing to elevate this picnic staple. Barrelhouse Flat, Lincoln Park. Double deviled eggs with deviled ham and tob...
by Dining Chicago on Apr 2, 2012

Eat this! Banana cream pie for Pi Day

What it is: A favorite American dessert, banana cream pie in its simplest form features a crust filled with sliced bananas in custard, surmounted by mounds of whipped cream. U.S. soldiers voted banana cream pie their favorite dessert in a survey cond...
by Dining Chicago on Mar 7, 2012

Eat this! Garlic, good for everything

What it is: Allium sativum, or garlic, is a bulbous root related to lilies and onions, used as a seasoning throughout the world and revered for a variety of health benefits. Where it comes from: Garlic is believed to have originated in Central Asia,...
by Dining Chicago on Feb 29, 2012

Eat this! Hummingbird cake, a sweet taste of the South

What it is: A classic Southern layer cake, hummingbird cake is a sweet, moist and fruity dessert, full of crushed pineapple, chopped bananas, pecans and cinnamon, and typically spread with rich cream-cheese frosting. Some recipes crust the exterior w...
by Dining Chicago on Feb 8, 2012

Eat this! Glucose, an essential sugar

What it is: A type of sugar, also called dextrose and grape sugar, glucose is a source of carbohydrates that helps to provide energy to the human body. Glucose is less sweet than the other common cooking sugars, sucrose and fructose, and less soluble...
by Dining Chicago on Feb 1, 2012


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