This soup’s blazing good looks — a kaleidoscope of red, yellow and green — result from the fact that each of the three purees keeps to itself. And you don’t need to be a professional food stylist to pull off this trick — just spoon the purees into separate parts of the bowl.
Even at The Culinary Institute of America, where students’ breakfasts can mean made-to-order eggs Benedict and huevos rancheros, convenience sometimes wins. Like, what happens when those hard-working students’ alarm clocks get turned off through absolutely no fault of their own and they’re running late to their 8 a.m. Chocolate and Confectionery Techniques exam?
This light salad will cool you off on a hot summer night — and delight your taste buds in the process.
“I chose the green crab specifically because it was local; it was a project affecting the state of Maine,” said Joseph Galetti, one of the scientists involved. “So by creating a value-added food product that people will enjoy, we can stimulate a green crab fishery.”
I have good news, however. I have discovered that with a little creativity, any main dish can be turned into a salad, scratching the itch without ditching nutrition. So yes, meat and potatoes can be made healthier, and lighter, which is a bonus for summertime eating.
Some two dozen barbecue teams from across the state and country will be at the first-of-its-kind event in Aurora, trying to nab top honors in the categories of pork ribs, pork and beef brisket
The New York Mets’ mascot, who flashed his “middle” finger at a fan, violated a code of conduct Wednesday night.
“Customers care about what they put in their mouths — especially millennials and GenXers,” said Pam Williams, founder of the online academy Ecole Chocolat School of Professional Chocolate Arts. “They want to know where their food comes from and how it is processed.”
“Every state has the problem of overburdened courts that understandably prioritize human cases over animal cases in allocating resources,” said the professor, Jessica Rubin, a specialist in animal law. “Here’s a way to help.”
A trifle is a layered dessert made from cake or ladyfinger cookies, sweet custard, and some whipped cream to lighten things up. Trifles are basically the apple pie of England, where they often include sherry wine, brandy, and jam, and, like many things we love today, they were created as a way to use up leftovers.