Entries Tagged 'Recommendations'
I’m taking a break from writing about sourdough today to talk about something that’s equally important in life. Coffee. I know that many of you love it as much as I do. And in addition to coffee, I bet lots of you are addicted to those flavored creamers. I’m not judging – I used to be a fan of the hazelnut variety myself. But those colorful plastic bottles that promise to turn your cup of coffee into a candy bar are trouble – especially if you’re one of the 2000+ participating in October Unprocessed this month. Have you looked at the list of ingredients? Notice how “cream” is not one of them? If you haven’t bothered to look for yourself, here’s what you can expect to find: Continue reading →
For those who still have access to fresh sweet corn and tomatoes, I wanted to share a delicious recipe I put together for Fresno Flavor using our local produce. If you’ve never tried a corn salad with bacon, I suggest you give it a try!
The Summer Fest theme this week is tomatoes and I can’t think of a better thing to talk about than slow-roasted tomatoes. I made these for the first time last September and they were absolutely amazing. Although I made them a few more times throughout the year with grocery store cherry tomatoes, I’ve been waiting for some good summer tomatoes to roast. Continue reading →
I love grilled beef. I especially love grilled flank steak. Today I’m introducing you to one of my favorite food bloggers, Terry from Blue Kitchen, and his recipe for Spice-Rubbed Flank Steak. The meat is slow-marinated in a mixture of coriander, cumin, cinnamon, fresh ginger, and garlic before it meets the grill. Yes, it smells and tastes just as fantastic as it sounds. Continue reading →
Are you interested in what’s going in the world of food? If so, I’d like to recommend a great site I’ve been following called Food News Journal. It’s a gathering of some of the best in food current events including articles, essays, and even food blog posts. All of the headlines are listed on one easy-to-navigate page. It’s simple, distraction free, and I love it. The content is updated each weekday from a huge variety of sources and I find several interesting things each time I visit. Check it out and let me know what you think!