Most people want to eat health. If you've tried to incorporate foods that are better for you into your diet, you've probably experienced the fact that "healthy" foods can be "pricy" foods. The West Duluth Branch Library has a series of solutions and they're ready to offer them to the public for free - Thursday, February 19.
Every Wednesday I take my son Sam to Dance Class at Stacey's School Of Dance, before we go, Sam and all his dance friends get together every week to eat somewhere. This week we ate at McDonald's, wait till you hear this.
Q and A Buffet was at Do North Pizza for a treat of pasta and cheesy bread. Something happened when Matt and I share a recipe, without checking with each other we share a similar recipe. How do we do that, can we read each others minds.
While we were filming Q an A Buffet, I had the opportunity to watch a Pizza being made, which I thought was kind of interesting. I know how to make a Pizza but to watch someone that does it for a living was quite fun.
Whenever Matt and I get together we talk about food, so this time was no different. We got together at Do North Pizza to talk Pizza, Food, and a cool Dessert. The owner, who claimed he was camera shy, keeps appearing on camera.
Chalk it up to leaner herds, evolving tastes, the U.S. Dollar, and vaccinations: America has a new meat champion. New information shows that pork has recently surpassed beef as America's second most-consumer meat in the country. Chicken remains in first place.
I mentioned this to someone just the other day and they thought I was off my rocker. Once upon a time pistachio's used to be red. The shells were an unnatural color that was inherent of the red food color that was used to dye them that color. Nowadays, you don't see red pistachios anymore - only their natural-colored shell.
In the last few years, aluminum cookware has been frequently discussed as having negative effects on our health. Whether it's Alzheimer's or even heart issues, aluminum has developed a bad reputation. At the same time, aluminum has remained a popular source material for cookware like pots and pans.
As a regular reader of Bon Appetit magazine, I can tell you that many of the articles and recipes that they publish have to do with the higher-end of the culinary pyramid; You won't find many tater-tot hotdish recipes within its pages. That's why I was surprised to see them share a recipe for Dorito Bread on their Facebook page over the weekend.
The recent news about a woman getting drunk and arrested for being under the influence of vanilla begs the question: If vanilla is 70 proof (35 to 40 % alcohol) - why don't you have to buy it in a liquor store?
I love Martha Stewart. Yes, she can be a little pretentious at times - but she has every right to be: The woman knows her stuff! That's why when I ran across this article on her website, I was quick to check it out.
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