Food Recipes

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  • Lemon Lime Bars
    by Chef in Training on August 1, 2020 at 11:00 am

    These Lemon Lime Bars are citrusy and refreshing. Each bite is bursting with exciting flavor that is light and fresh. Dessert comes in a variety of forms, for a variety of occasions, for each season. These Lemon Lime Bars are packed with a citrusy and refreshing taste. The filling is smooth and soft and pairs The post Lemon Lime Bars appeared first on Chef in Training.

  • Skillet Italian Herb Chicken Thighs
    by Chef in Training on July 30, 2020 at 11:00 am

    These Skillet Italian Herb Chicken Thighs are tender, juicy and are deliciously seasoned using a wonderful blend of spices. They are cooked in a cast iron skillet and are seared beautifully on the exterior.  Chicken is a universal favorite protein for my family. Chicken is easy to change up when it comes to flavors, ways The post Skillet Italian Herb Chicken Thighs appeared first on Chef in Training.

  • Korean Beef Bulgogi
    by Chef in Training on July 12, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    This Korean Beef Bulgogi is packed with delicious intense flavor. The beef is tender, juicy and marinated in a perfect blend of ingredients. The Gochujang Mayo is amazing and compliments the beef wonderfully. I am not going to lie. This Korean Beef Bulgogi has soared up to one of my all time favorite meals. It The post Korean Beef Bulgogi appeared first on Chef in Training.

  • Key Lime Cheesecake
    by Shelly on August 10, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Key Lime Cheesecake is the best parts of Key Lime Pie packed into a creamy and tart cheesecake recipe on top of a thick graham cracker crust. This one is easy to make but makes a huge impression! Make sure to check out my go-to cheesecake recipe which breaks down the basics of cheesecake and teaches you all the tips and tricks you will need! Key Lime Cheesecake Is the Perfect Two-In-One Dessert! Continue reading Key Lime Cheesecake at Cookies and Cups.

  • Tequila Lime Chicken
    by Shelly on August 6, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Tequila Lime Chicken is one of our favorite grilled chicken recipes in the summer…or all year long! The smoky, citrus marinade paired with the subtle flavor the tequila gives the chicken is a winning combination. Looking for a great sauce to dip this in? Try my Chicken Dipping Sauce! Tequila Lime Chicken Is An Easy Flavor Packed Grilled Chicken Recipe! We grill chicken all year long. It’s our go-to dinner when I I don’t want to think about “what we’re having for dinner”. Continue reading Tequila Lime Chicken at Cookies and Cups.

  • Zucchini Bread
    by Shelly on August 4, 2020 at 10:00 am

    This Zucchini Bread Recipe is ULTRA moist, easy to make and a great way to use up zucchini! It can be made with or without chocolate chips, and is delicious either way! If you like this recipe make sure to try out my Autumn Bread which has zucchini, bananas, and carrots! Zucchini Bread Is An Easy Excuse To Eat Your Veggies! I feel like zucchini has had a big moment in recent years. Continue reading Zucchini Bread at Cookies and Cups.

  • Cherry Coconut Bars
    by Shelly on August 3, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Cherry Coconut Bars are the ultimate nostalgic cookie bar. A buttery shortbread crust is topped with a chewy coconut and cherry filling, baked to perfection. Make sure to try my Chewy Coconut Bars too! Cherry Coconut Bars Are A Classic! Stop what you are doing right now and make these bars. Even if you don’t like cherries. Even if you don’t like coconut. These Cherry Coconut Bars are literally one of my latest obsessions. Continue reading Cherry Coconut Bars at Cookies and Cups.

  • Doritos Casserole
    by Shelly on July 30, 2020 at 10:00 am

    This cheesy Doritos Casserole is made with ground beef, tomatoes, chiles, sour cream and much more! It’s an easy taco casserole recipe that’s so good you won’t have any leftovers! Make sure to try my super popular Fiesta Chicken Casserole too! Doritos Casserole is the Cheesy Taco Casserole of Your Dreams! When I think of comfort food + dinner ideas, this Dorito casserole is what comes to mind. A flavorful taco casserole is topped with crunchy Doritos and melty cheese. Continue reading Doritos Casserole at Cookies and Cups.

  • Modak recipe | Ukadiche modak (With Mould & Without Mould)
    by Dassana Amit on August 10, 2020 at 1:44 pm

    Modak recipe | Ukadiche modak (With Mould & Without Mould) Modak is Bhagwan Ganesha’s favorite sweet and made in many Hindu homes during the first day of Ganesh Chaturthi Festival. The most popular variety of modak that is made is Ukadiche modak which is from the Maharashtrian Cuisine. In this post I am sharing two ways of shaping modak – with mould and without the mould.… READ: Modak recipe | Ukadiche modak (With Mould & Without Mould)

  • Veg Biryani Recipe | Hyderabadi Veg Dum Biryani
    by Dassana Amit on August 3, 2020 at 2:45 pm

    Veg Biryani Recipe | Hyderabadi Veg Dum Biryani Authentic Vegetable biryani recipe that tastes awesome and so good. One of my most popular recipes on the blog is this perfectly made Vegetarian Biryani recipe from the Hyderabadi Cuisine. This delish recipe has been tried by many readers over the span of 10 years with great results. One of our favorite rice based dish… READ: Veg Biryani Recipe | Hyderabadi Veg Dum Biryani

  • Zucchini Fritters | Easy & Crispy Zucchini Fritters (Vegan)
    by Dassana Amit on July 26, 2020 at 5:37 pm

    Zucchini Fritters | Easy & Crispy Zucchini Fritters (Vegan) Zucchini Fritters made crispy, wholesome and so tasty. I make these zucchini fritters for brunch or snacking and they vanish too soon. Since I have been making these for some time, I thought of  sharing the recipe. These fritters have a nice crispy texture from outside with a soft texture from inside. The recipe is… READ: Zucchini Fritters | Easy & Crispy Zucchini Fritters (Vegan)

  • Chivda Recipe | Maharashtrian Poha Chivda (2 Ways)
    by Dassana Amit on July 23, 2020 at 3:52 pm

    Chivda Recipe | Maharashtrian Poha Chivda (2 Ways) Chivda or Poha Chivda is a quick and easy tea time snack made with poha (flattened rice), dry fruits, peanuts, and spices. There are many variations of making this popular snacks also called as farsan or namkeen. In this post I am sharing two such delicious versions. Roasted Poha Chivda made with Thin Poha –… READ: Chivda Recipe | Maharashtrian Poha Chivda (2 Ways)

  • Varan Bhaat Recipe | Varan Recipe | How to make Varan Bhat
    by Dassana Amit on July 23, 2020 at 3:05 pm

    Varan Bhaat Recipe | Varan Recipe | How to make Varan Bhat Varan Bhaat recipe for Ganesh Chaturthi. It is an important dish that is made during Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Maharashtra and Goa. Varan bhaat would read as lentil-rice where varan stands for “lentil curry or stew or dal” and bhaat means “steamed rice”. There are many variations of making varan bhaat. This recipe is a Maharashtrian… READ: Varan Bhaat Recipe | Varan Recipe | How to make Varan Bhat

  • Summer Salads
    by admin on July 24, 2020 at 12:33 am

    During the summer, a lot of us feel like eating simple, light and refreshing food. Salads are perfect and make for great lunches! Why not try a bowl of salad to satisfy those fresh and healthy cravings? Salads are super simple to assemble. You can use whatever you have on hand paired with your favorite dressing. I prefer a salad with a light homemade dressing. Try some of my favorite salads listed here. The post Summer Salads appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

  • Two Minute Fruit and Cracker Dessert
    by admin on July 21, 2020 at 6:59 pm

    One evening while playing cards with my husband, Alex, and my son’s mother-in-law, Alex suddenly asked for something sweet. I didn’t have any dessert prepared and all we had in the house was ice cream and some chocolate. Alex has always been super innovative with his food combinations, and this recipe is just that, a product of desperation. At first, my kids and grand-kids made faces when they heard what it was made of, but with a little bit of tweaking, it has become a simple dessert that our entire family has been preparing during this quarantine. The post Two Minute Fruit and Cracker Dessert appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

  • Mangoes are in Season
    by Manjula Jain on July 16, 2020 at 12:21 am

    Mangoes are my all-time favorite fruit. In fact, whenever we go grocery shopping, mangoes are almost always purchased! I always have a variety of mangoes on hand. There are many different types of mangoes and everyone has their favorite type. My childhood was filled with fond memories eating fresh mangoes. I think I have so many memories attached to eating mangoes that I enjoy them even more. The post Mangoes are in Season appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

  • Some of my Favorite Healthy Snacks
    by Manjula Jain on July 9, 2020 at 7:39 pm

    Due to the current state of the world, we have all been trapped at home and not by choice. In order to stay sane, everyone has been trying to find their own way to remain productive and enjoy their time while staying at home. Most people I know have been spending a lot of their free time in the kitchen with family, cooking together. I have gotten many requests for healthy and simple snacks that can be prepared with kids. The post Some of my Favorite Healthy Snacks appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

  • Vegetable Biryani (Instant Pot)
    by admin on June 4, 2020 at 10:16 pm

    Vegetable Biryani is a complete, satisfying, one-dish meal. My mother would often say this dish is a fancy name for vegetable pulao. However, I think it is more than that. The secret behind this flavorful Vegetable Biryani is a spice mixture that creates the perfect balance of flavors. Basmati rice with a mix of fresh vegetables combined with this spice mixture turns into a dish of perfection! If you follow my steps, you'll see I try to make this recipe as simple as possible. Vegetable Biryani also makes a great lunch box meal. Make sure to check out the footnotes to see how you can make this dish vegan. The post Vegetable Biryani (Instant Pot) appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

  • Easy Coconut Shrimp Curry
    by Karina on June 16, 2020 at 1:11 am

    Easy Coconut Shrimp Curry A flavour-filled shrimp curry with an aromatic coconut curry sauce cooks in no time from scratch! Forget jarred sauces….this sauce will have you licking your plates clean! Cook an incredible dinner with minimal ingredients with our Shrimp Curry recipe. A coconut curry sauce made with minimal ingredients simmers around tender shrimp makes for an incredible... The post Easy Coconut Shrimp Curry appeared first on Cafe Delites.

  • Buttery Garlic Naan Bread Recipe
    by Karina on June 13, 2020 at 1:11 am

    Buttery Garlic Naan Bread Recipe Buttery Garlic Naan Breads are so soft and perfect for mopping up curries, you’ll find it hard to stop at one! This Garlic Naan Bread recipe is better than the ones you’ll find at the BEST Indian restaurants! These pillowy soft naan breads are so addictive, you will love how quick and easy this recipe is to make! Your... The post Buttery Garlic Naan Bread Recipe appeared first on Cafe Delites.

  • Grilled Steak with Browned Butter
    by Karina on June 9, 2020 at 4:22 pm

    Grilled Steak with Browned Butter Grilled Steak made better with Browned Butter infused with garlic and black pepper! Get the unbeatable browned butter flavour of a Steakhouse Steak right on your barbecue WITHOUT butter dripping right through the grill! Whether you’re grilling steak outside OR inside your house, your menu is not complete without a GOOD steak recipe. No restaurant... The post Grilled Steak with Browned Butter appeared first on Cafe Delites.

  • Crispy Garlic Roasted Potatoes
    by Karina on June 9, 2020 at 1:11 am

    Crispy Garlic Roasted Potatoes Crispy Garlic Roasted Potatoes are a super simple side dish perfect with anything! Buttery, garlicky, fluffy inside with crisp, golden edges… these roasted potatoes tick all my boxes! No need for bowls or pans when you can prepare AND cook your potatoes on ONE PAN! OVEN ROASTED POTATOES A fool-proof recipe, roasted potatoes are a... The post Crispy Garlic Roasted Potatoes appeared first on Cafe Delites.

  • Garlic Mushroom Chicken Bites
    by Karina on June 8, 2020 at 10:31 am

    Garlic Mushroom Chicken Bites Low Carb Garlic Mushroom Chicken Bites is the EASIEST dinner to throw together! Do it all in one skillet and let the flavours BLOW YOUR MIND! Mushroom Chicken Bites seared and cooked in buttery pan juices filled with herbs and spices, you will LOVE this new easy dinner recipe! All you need is one pan,... The post Garlic Mushroom Chicken Bites appeared first on Cafe Delites.

  • Carie Lost 30lbs In Four Months With CleanFoodCrush!
    by Rachel Maser on August 11, 2020 at 9:00 am

    Meet Carie, Who Lost 30 Pounds with CleanFoodCrush! My name is Carie and I am 47 years old. I live with my sister and her 8yr old son. I am a sign language interpreter working full time in education as well as freelancing. For fun I enjoy reading, cooking and traveling. We have a camper more »

  • No-Bake Energy Balls
    by Rachel Maser on August 10, 2020 at 8:32 pm

    {New} No-Bake Energy Balls 🍪🍪🍪 We LOVE these types of energy bites at our house! They’re incredibly simple to make (even the kids can learn to easily throw them together, and add THEIR own favorite things)! EXCELLENT post-workout fuel, and great for just a quick snack, or even a quick breakfast in a hurry! These types more »

  • Mini Fro-Yo Cups
    by Rachel Maser on August 9, 2020 at 9:00 am

    {New} Mini Fro-Yo Cups 🍓🥭🍇 A really FUN, protein-packed snack idea! Experiment with different fruit combinations, and create your own favorites! Ingredients: 1 cup coconut yogurt or plain Greek yogurt 2 Tbsps raw honey, or pure maple syrup 1 tsp vanilla paste, or vanilla extract 1 cup fresh berries (I used chopped strawberries and blueberries) 1/4 more »

  • Quick & Easy Homemade Salsa
    by Rachel Maser on August 8, 2020 at 9:00 am

    {New} Quick & Easy Homemade Salsa 🍅🌱 We have quite a few salsa and pico recipes here on the website (can never have too many good recipes) but this one has completely stolen a place in my heart, and on my chips, on my tacos, and on my eggs, even spooned on top on my grilled more »

  • Fruit Fries + Yogurt Dip
    by Rachel Maser on August 7, 2020 at 9:00 am

    {New} Fruit Fries + Yogurt Dip 🥰🥰🥰 Just over here adding a little more FUN to your Summer! Both the kids and adults in your life will TOTALLY enjoy snacking on this cute fruit tray! Creamy yogurt fruit dip is packed with protein, nutrients, and it’s ULTRA delicious too! How to Use Real Vanilla Beans: Scrape more »

  • Reader Q&A with Kelly Senyei
    by Kelly Senyei on August 11, 2020 at 6:24 am

    Join Just a Taste Podcast host Kelly Senyei in her first solo episode as she answers reader-submitted questions on every topic from road-trip snacks and favorite kitchen gadgets to the business of blogging and whether or not she's ready and meal-prepped for baby #3. In this episode, Kelly shares...

  • Orange and Mango Margarita Three Ways
    by Kelly Senyei on August 6, 2020 at 5:43 am

    Chill out with a recipe for an Orange and Mango Margarita Three Ways, including a frozen sipper, a summery mocktail and a citrusy slushie...

  • Ali Maffucci: Founder of Inspiralized
    by Kelly Senyei on August 4, 2020 at 6:55 am

    Meet the Queen of Zoodles! Founder of Inspiralized, entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author, mom and product inventor Ali Maffucci is dishing on all things spiralizing. In this episode, Ali and Kelly chat about...

  • Richard Ingraham: Private Chef of Dwyane Wade
    by Kelly Senyei on August 4, 2020 at 6:51 am

    Chef Richard Ingraham knows what it takes to fuel some of the biggest sports stars in the world. Not only is he the private chef of former NBA superstar Dwyane Wade, he has also been responsible for planning the diets of dozens of other professional basketball, football and baseball athletes across the country. In this episode, Richard and Kelly chat about...

  • Jet Tila: Chef and Restaurateur
    by Kelly Senyei on August 4, 2020 at 6:44 am

    As the son of Thai and Chinese immigrants, Jet Tila's culinary journey has spanned the globe. The chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, and Food Network chef and judge is dishing on everything from the current restaurant landscape to the greatest meal he ever ate. In this episode, Jet and Kelly chat about...

  • 2020 Gets Even Worse as Citrus and Potatoes Are Recalled Over Potential Listeria Outbreak
    by Elazar Sontag on August 11, 2020 at 9:25 pm

    Kondor83/Shutterstock Lemons, limes, and oranges are among the fruits recall after listeria monocytogenes was found on a piece of produce equipment at the Freshouse packing plant August has been a bad month for produce — among many, many other things. Earlier this month, grocery chains and major producers across the country recalled onions that may have been contaminated with salmonella. As well as being sold raw, the onions were cooked into some ready-to-eat dishes at grocery stores, and according to the New York Times, shoppers at Krogers in Louisiana and Texas were advised to toss out macaroni salad, pasta salad, and chicken salad croissant sandwiches. Now, another round of produce problems have been reported. A potential listeria contamination has the FDA recalling lemons, limes, oranges, and potatoes, according to CNN. The voluntary recall stems from Listeria monocytogenes being detected on a piece of equipment used to process the produce at Freshouse II LLC, according to an FDA statement. CNN reports that the produce made its way to retailer distribution centers in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia, as well as to wholesalers in Maryland and North Carolina. Photos of the contaminated produce can be found here. The company wrote in its statement that the recall was being implemented “out of an abundance of caution.” Though it was voluntary, caution doesn’t seem like an optional measure, considering listeria is most likely to seriously sicken pregnant women, young children, the elderly, and those with compromised immune systems — many of the same demographics already at a heightened risk of complications from COVID-19. Cooking is one of very few comforts that remains during a terrifying pandemic and a devastating economic crisis, and recalls like these are an unpleasant reminder that our food system — as enormous and seemingly sturdy as it is — begins to fall apart when major suppliers and producers face issues on farms and in warehouses. It was a reminder delivered to consumers when workers squeezed together in meatpacking plants began contracting COVID-19 at an alarming rate. There was fear that the entire meat industry would shudder to a halt. Even then, concerns were largely about the supply chain, not the workers becoming sick in facilities as the president signed an executive order demanding they remain open. It’s easy enough to think about food without thinking about the way it’s produced, or the people who do the producing. It’s calming to sink into the couch as a pot of stew bubbles away on the stove, blissfully disconnecting from our upsetting reality, if even just for an hour. But there’s no way to really, truly disconnect, when a bad lemon or a no-good potato might be sitting on the counter. Maybe September will be kinder to the produce aisle.

  • The Eater Guide on How to Help During the Crisis
    by Eater Staff on August 11, 2020 at 5:26 pm

    Getty Images Not all that long ago it seemed like if the pandemic weren’t exactly over by now, then at least the worst of it would be. But as the virus continues to rage in the South and in California, and as the threat of resurgence looms over areas where it has been beaten back, it is increasingly clear that not only will thousands more Americans likely die as a direct result of COVID-19 by the end of the year, but the mass misery of the economic devastation it has unleashed — suffering disproportionately endured by Black and Latinx communities — will not lift anytime soon. As benefits like the federal $600 a week unemployment expansion run out or contract for more than 25 million Americans, organizations that provide food and housing assistance to low-income people across the country, already strained by the last several months of the pandemic and the government’s appallingly incompetent — and at times malevolent — response, are preparing for a new tidal wave of need. As half of independent restaurants and bars teeter on the brink of closing forever, programs that aid people in the food industry are also seeking further support so they can continue to provide assistance to the roughly 8 million workers who have been unemployed or are newly out of a job. Groups representing Indigenous communities, undocumented immigrants, farmworkers, and people of color are also mobilizing to get assistance to marginalized people and lay a foundation for a more resilient food system — because while it’s an extraordinary time of need, it’s also not new. Hunger and poverty have always been the U.S.’s most shameful open secrets. Despite being the wealthiest country in the world, as of 2018 more than 13 percent of people in the U.S. lived below the poverty level, according to the Census Bureau, while a full 78 percent of U.S. workers lived paycheck to paycheck. The pandemic and its economic fallout have put those statistics into ever starker relief, as the nation’s working class and its poorest residents have faced the largest health burden from the virus. Several studies have estimated that pandemic-related job losses and increased food costs have roughly doubled food insecurity in the U.S., and No Kid Hungry estimates that one quarter of children around the country could face food insecurity in 2020 due to the novel coronavirus. In this guide, Eater has identified a range of programs, organizations, and charities fighting hunger, developing sustainable food networks, and providing support to the roughly one in five people who are unemployed due to this global medical disaster. They’re places that are stepping in to do work in their communities where governments and elected officials have left people behind. Collected here are opportunities for giving and volunteering in and around the United States and its territories, at both the national and the local level, as well as in the U.K. Editors have done their best to vet the charities included here, but it’s always important to make sure when you give money or time that the organization you’re supporting aligns with your values and has a transparent, proven track record. If you only have time or resources to give, give it, but monetary donations — especially those offered over an extended period — can be even more impactful because charities tend to know where the greatest need is. If you’ve chosen a group and aren’t sure what’s the best way to help, it’s worth reaching out and asking. Brittany Holloway-Brown

  • The Any Occasion Add to Cart Gift Guide
    by Monica Burton on August 11, 2020 at 3:05 pm

    Eater A consistently updated list of recommendations from Eater’s shopping newsletter Since May I’ve had the pleasure of helming Eater’s shopping newsletter, Add to Cart, spotlighting the latest in cooking tools, food books, and drinks; merch for a good cause; and all the tableware and food-themed home goods that I would very much like to own (and thus, that I hope will pique your interest enough to click that “add to cart” button). But there are also times that necessitate a purchase — housewarmings, birthdays, paydays, and days when you just feel like supporting a small business — when you already know you want to buy something, and just need to be pointed in the right direction. For that, there’s this post: Think of it as a consistently updated gift guide and home base for the Add to Cart universe. Here, you’ll find everything mentioned in the newsletter that’s still shoppable, organized into six categories: cookware and home goods, clothing and merch, food, drinks, books, and experiences. Be sure to check back — I’ll be adding new things to buy every week — and subscribe to Add to Cart to start your week with shopping inspiration sent straight to your inbox. Cookware and Home Goods Standout kitchen tools, tableware, and home decor that strike the right balance of form and function Clothing and Merch The cutest food-themed clothing, restaurant merch, and brand collabs Food From starter ingredients to complete meals, all the food that’s fit to gift Drinks Intriguing cans and bottles, both alcoholic and non- Books Reading material for cooks and restaurant-goers alike Experiences Cooking classes you can take from anywhere The Add to Cart Archives • Items that delight [ATC 08.09.20]• A chef memoir to read now [ATC 08.02.20]• Would you wear fried chicken on your feet? [ATC 07.26.20]• The fancy jam brands to buy now [ATC 07.19.20]• Goya’s not the only source for adobo [ATC 07.12.20]• This summer, picnics require a pic boll [ATC 07.05.20]• The thoughtful shopper’s guide to buying coffee and tea [ATC 06.28.20]• Forgot about Father’s Day? Try sending some drinks [ATC 06.21.20]• Virtual bake sales are one more way to support Black Lives Matter [ATC 06.14.20]• The James Beard Award-winning cookbooks to add to your shelves [ATC 05.31.20]• The best way to solve cooking fatigue [ATC 05.24.20]• Is it time to start growing your own beans? [ATC 05.17.20]

  • Sweets Companies Are Really Hoping You Buy Halloween Candy This Year
    by Jenny G. Zhang on August 11, 2020 at 2:45 pm

    Photo: NYC Russ/Shutterstock Plus, Chipotle debuts a Tony Hawk burrito, and more news to start your day Halloween is coming early this year, with candy displays already up in some stores With full knowledge that Halloween — and, more importantly, trick-or-treating — is going to look different in a pandemic, some candy brands are taking extra precautions in an effort to bolster sales during what is usually their best season. For example, Hershey got a head start by asking retailers to set up their Halloween displays earlier than the typical mid-August or early September timeline, CNN reports. Hershey is also keeping more of its candy in the normal packaging, rather than the seasonal Halloween wrappers, boxes, and bags. Mondelez, the company behind Sour Patch Kids, Swedish Fish, and other sweets and snacks, told CNN that it will focus on family-size packs of its bestselling products, predicting that more families will have smaller gatherings rather than let their children go out for trick-or-treating. Mars Wrigley, which makes Skittles, Snickers, and other well-known candy brands, is going to devote more resources to stocking up product for e-commerce, Ad Age reports. But overall, Halloween candy sales might not actually suffer that much, given Americans’ quarantine eating patterns the past few months. Consumers have reportedly turned to more snacking and familiar foods during the COVID-19 crisis, apparently seeking comfort in a strange and stressful time. In fact, this year more than ever, you would have a good excuse to demolish an entire family-size pack of Twix on your own in one Halloween sitting. And in other news… A bipartisan group of senators have urged the U.S. to remove last fall’s 25 percent tariffs on European food, wine, and spirits, in an effort to offer some economic relief to hard-hit restaurants, retailers, importers, and distributors. [CNBC] American Airlines will resume its hot-food service in airport lounges once again. The menu will be limited, and instead of self-serve buffet-style, the food will be doled out by employees. [Delish] Zomato, one of India’s biggest food delivery companies, is giving all women and trans employees 10 days of “period leave” a year. [CNN] Chipotle’s new “Tony Hawk burrito” is apparently just a regular chicken burrito, albeit one that comes with access to a demo for Hawk’s Pro Skater video game. Radical! [Thrillist] Never a good sign when your Dear Prudie advice letter complaining about other parents contains the phrase: “I couldn’t believe that they served my son spicy curries without even calling to ask us if that would be OK!” [Slate] • All AM Intel Coverage [E]

  • Eater at Home
    by Eater Staff on August 11, 2020 at 2:33 pm

    In this time of shelter-in-place and social distancing, while restaurants have switched to delivery-only or closed entirely, eating — and finding the pleasure in eating, wherever we can — has taken on a whole new urgency. Eater at Home is the source for anyone who wants to feel deeply engaged with food and dining culture, which now, more than ever, is in our homes. Of course, dining culture has never been limited to restaurant spaces and restaurant food; it’s about feeding our curiosity toward new experiences (including, for some of us, consistently cooking at home for the first time). It’s also about the books, shows, and movies that center and find meaning in what and how we eat. And it’s about the little things that provide fleeting moments of satisfaction — like making all those delivery meals feel more restaurant-special. So, stay home. Eater’s still got you covered. —Hillary Dixler Canavan, restaurant editor

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  • Peanut Butter & Almond Butter To Never Buy Again + My Top Brands (Ultimate Nut Butter Buying Guide)
    by Food Babe on August 3, 2020 at 3:21 pm

    One of my favorite indulgences is almond butter. I eat it almost every day… I’ll put a scoop in my morning oats, in my smoothies, and spread it on celery. When I was growing up, we always had a jar of Peter Pan Peanut Butter in the house. To me, that sweet heavily-processed spread was … Read More The post Peanut Butter & Almond Butter To Never Buy Again + My Top Brands (Ultimate Nut Butter Buying Guide) appeared first on Food Babe.

  • Healthy & Organic 4th of July Cookout Recipes (Entire Meal Mix & Match!)
    by Food Babe on July 1, 2020 at 1:20 pm

    Back in the day, 4th of July to me was a big BBQ with hot dogs, potato salad from the supermarket, and popsicles full of artificial colors and corn syrup.  Eating this type of food – even just on a holiday – made me feel horrible. I woke up with a food hangover, my face … Read More The post Healthy & Organic 4th of July Cookout Recipes (Entire Meal Mix & Match!) appeared first on Food Babe.

  • Get a list of EVERYTHING in my pantry, fridge and freezer! (All Food Babe approved of course)
    by Food Babe on June 29, 2020 at 8:24 pm

    My dreams are coming true and I’m not just talking about my family expanding – if you didn’t hear the news, I am pregnant 😀  The dream of creating a cookbook of all my favorite recipes and everything I make for Mr. Food Babe and my daughter Harley is also coming true.  My first cookbook, Food … Read More The post Get a list of EVERYTHING in my pantry, fridge and freezer! (All Food Babe approved of course) appeared first on Food Babe.

  • We have some exciting news around here…. 💕
    by Food Babe on June 26, 2020 at 1:07 pm

    We have some exciting news around here… Thank you for being part of this community and for all your love and support throughout the years, the Food Babe family is growing! Xo,Vani  The post We have some exciting news around here…. 💕 appeared first on Food Babe.

  • Drinking alcohol every night to get through this? Why it’s the worst idea ever.
    by Food Babe on May 28, 2020 at 6:27 pm

    We are going through a crazy time. Undoubtedly the craziest time in my lifetime. I’ve been having long, personal conversations with my friends about everything going on, doing what we can to build each other up. And many of them expressed frustration about one thing…  Ever since the quarantines started they’ve been drinking more alcohol…way … Read More The post Drinking alcohol every night to get through this? Why it’s the worst idea ever. appeared first on Food Babe.

  • Friday Faves
    by Heidi on August 7, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    Hello and happy Friday. First off, my heart breaks for those who have lost loved ones, homes, and lives due to the explosion in Lebanon. What an incredible tragedy. Another reminder that today is your day, so make it the best you can. Secondly, summer food is peaking! Our nightly dinners have pretty much consisted... continue reading... about Friday Faves The post Friday Faves appeared first on foodiecrush.

  • 31 Days of Summer Produce Recipes to Make in August
    by Hayley on August 3, 2020 at 11:00 am

    These 31 easy, healthy recipe ideas for summer produce are what make the living easy this month! There’s nothing quite like biting into that first peach with juice dribbling steadily down your chin. Or the taste of summer’s first BLT stacked high with tomatoes still warm from the garden—you know, the one that requires at least five napkins. Ah... continue reading... about 31 Days of Summer Produce Recipes to Make in August The post 31 Days of Summer Produce Recipes to Make in August appeared first on foodiecrush.

  • Friday Faves
    by Heidi on July 31, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    Hello hello and happy Friday! Thanks to a series of non-related, no-big-deal, going-about-our-business events, this has been one of the weirdest and fun weeks I’ve had in a long, long time. It’s so weird how things can seem to totally not be going right, then with one unanticipated turn, sky rocket into a great opportunity... continue reading... about Friday Faves The post Friday Faves appeared first on foodiecrush.

  • Chinese Chicken Salad with Sesame Dressing
    by Heidi on July 27, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    This Chinese Chicken Salad takes the lighter road than the heavier versions I always see at those popular food chains that everyone loves. It’s made with crunchy romaine, wontons, and an almond crunch, and is topped with protein-packed chicken breast, pasta noodles, and a flavor-flav sesame dressing. Healthier Chinese Chicken Salad Lighter fare that totally... continue reading... about Chinese Chicken Salad with Sesame Dressing The post Chinese Chicken Salad with Sesame Dressing appeared first on foodiecrush.

  • Friday Faves
    by Heidi on July 24, 2020 at 12:02 pm

    Hey hey and happy Friday. I remember a time when my calendar was filled with appointments, game days, work trips, vacations, and get togethers with friends and family. Ticking off the days ’til the next bbq or weekend trip gave the week it’s structure. I knew which days I needed to buckle down and get... continue reading... about Friday Faves The post Friday Faves appeared first on foodiecrush.

  • Ultimate S’mores Cookies
    by Maria Lichty on August 10, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Ultimate S’mores Cookies–I turned everyone’s favorite campfire treat into a gooey and delicious cookie! Graham cracker crumbs, chocolate, and marshmallows are all here in this decadent S’mores Cookie. All the flavor, no campfire required! One of my all-time favorite summer flavor combinations is a classic s’mores. Crunchy graham cracker, melty chocolate, and gooey marshmallows? I… The post Ultimate S’mores Cookies appeared first on Two Peas & Their Pod.

  • 35 Zucchini Recipes {And More!}
    by Maria Lichty on August 7, 2020 at 12:22 pm

    Wondering what to do with all of that garden zucchini? We are coming to your rescue by sharing our all-time favorite zucchini recipes! You are going to want to make them all this summer! Zucchini Season, My Favorite Time of Year Summer is in full swing and that means it is zucchini season, my favorite… The post 35 Zucchini Recipes {And More!} appeared first on Two Peas & Their Pod.

  • This and That
    by Maria Lichty on August 6, 2020 at 10:00 am

    His It was a very happy birthday for Maxwell yesterday! We sure love that kid. I took the boys camping again and this time we got to use our new Ford Transit van. It’s my dream vehicle and perfect for all of our adventures. This Nike ad took 4,000 hours of sports footage to make.… The post This and That appeared first on Two Peas & Their Pod.

  • Sesame Ginger Carrot Salad
    by Maria Lichty on August 5, 2020 at 10:02 am

    This bright and colorful Sesame Ginger Carrot Salad is fresh, full of flavor, and a great side dish for any meal. It only takes 15 minutes to make! This Sesame Ginger Carrot Salad might be one of my favorite salads. My friend Catherine made it for a get together awhile ago and I fell in… The post Sesame Ginger Carrot Salad appeared first on Two Peas & Their Pod.

  • No-Churn Biscoff Ice Cream
    by Maria Lichty on August 3, 2020 at 10:00 am

    A smooth and creamy ice cream with dollops of Biscoff spread is going to become your new favorite summertime treat! No-Churn Biscoff Ice Cream is so easy to make and even easier to love. It’s time for some no-churn ice cream! This is an easy dessert to make, and it’s simple enough that you can… The post No-Churn Biscoff Ice Cream appeared first on Two Peas & Their Pod.

  • Caramelized Banana Pudding (With Cinnamon Whipped Cream)
    by Sally on August 10, 2020 at 4:00 am

    Caramelized Banana Pudding (With Cinnamon Whipped Cream) Caramelized banana pudding is a fun variation of the Southern classic, which is typically made with fresh bananas and meringue topping. Let's add layers of brown sugar caramelized bananas, from-scratch pudding, wafer cookies, and top the whole thing with extra fluffy cinnamon spiced whipped cream. What a dessert! Video tutorial and step-by-step photos included. The post Caramelized Banana Pudding (With Cinnamon Whipped Cream) appeared first on Sally's Baking Addiction.

  • Breakfast Pastries with Shortcut Homemade Dough
    by Sally on August 1, 2020 at 4:00 am

    Breakfast Pastries with Shortcut Homemade Dough The August Sally's Baking Challenge is here! I'm prepping you with all the information you could possibly need to make homemade breakfast pastries. This recipe uses a variation of classic pastry dough. We're working the butter directly into the dough, which is a different method from laminating it with separate layers of butter. These breakfast pastries are buttery and flaky with your choice of sweet fillings, plus a drizzle of vanilla icing. The post Breakfast Pastries with Shortcut Homemade Dough appeared first on Sally's Baking Addiction.

  • August Baking Challenge
    by Sally on July 31, 2020 at 4:00 am

    August Baking Challenge A new month and a new Sally's Baking Challenge is upon us! Today I'm sharing a preview of the August 2020 Baking Challenge as well as reviewing the July Baking Challenge (Fresh Berry Cream Cake). Come see all your lovely cake creations. A winner for July has been selected, too. It's all happening in today's new blog post. The post August Baking Challenge appeared first on Sally's Baking Addiction.

  • Easy Homemade Sprinkle Cake (Funfetti)
    by Sally on July 27, 2020 at 12:30 am

    Easy Homemade Sprinkle Cake (Funfetti) I'm sharing some updates on my sprinkle cake today! I love learning in the kitchen and I'm always working hard to improve my skill. With constant practice comes the opportunity to bring you the best recipes I can. My improved sprinkle cake recipe, included in today's new post, is much softer than the original. It's reminiscent of box funfetti cake mix and is super soft, moist, and loaded with rainbow sprinkles. I know you'll love its upgraded taste and texture. The post Easy Homemade Sprinkle Cake (Funfetti) appeared first on Sally's Baking Addiction.

  • Creamy Pesto Shrimp
    by Sally on July 22, 2020 at 4:00 am

    Creamy Pesto Shrimp I don't share too many dinner recipes on Sally's Baking Addiction, but a repeat recipe like this CAN'T go unannounced. This is creamy pesto shrimp, an unbelievably versatile meal you can serve with pasta, rice, vegetables, salads, and more. It's cheesy, flavorful, and satisfying-- and ready in less than 30 minutes! The post Creamy Pesto Shrimp appeared first on Sally's Baking Addiction.

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  • Best Italian Hot Chocolate
    by Andrea on August 10, 2020 at 2:52 pm

    Learn how to make the BEST Italian hot chocolate at home! Ready in just 10 minutes and only 5 ingredients required. If you have never tried smooth, creamy and thick Italian hot chocolate before, then you are definitely missing out. Whether you call it hot chocolate, drinking chocolate, hot cocoa or simply cioccolata calda as... Read More The post Best Italian Hot Chocolate appeared first on The Petite Cook™.

  • Vegetarian Greek Barley Salad
    by Andrea on August 10, 2020 at 6:24 am

    A fresh, vibrant vegetarian salad with summer Mediterranean flavors - This Greek barley salad is super quick, great on its own or as a side! This easy barley tomato salad is loaded with summer flavors and healthy goodness, and will give you endless menu combinations.  Being Italian with Greek origins, summertime is when I crave... Read More The post Vegetarian Greek Barley Salad appeared first on The Petite Cook™.

  • The EASIEST Vegan Chocolate Muffins
    by Andrea on August 9, 2020 at 6:10 am

    These Vegan Chocolate Muffins are made in one bowl, ready in just 25 minutes and only require 7 simple everyday ingredients! The first time I made these vegan chocolate muffins I knew immediately they were a keeper! They're ready in less than 30 minutes start to finish, and that includes 5 minutes prep and 20... Read More The post The EASIEST Vegan Chocolate Muffins appeared first on The Petite Cook™.

  • 30 Easy Vegetarian Eggplant Recipes
    by Andrea on August 6, 2020 at 4:00 pm

    Looking for the best vegetarian aubergine recipes? These delicious and easy eggplant recipes will make you hungry for more. Available all-year-round, aubergine (or eggplant) is such an incredibly versatile ingredient. Light in calories, relatively plain in flavor, it has a convenient spongy texture that can easily soak up all the flavor you pair it with.... Read More The post 30 Easy Vegetarian Eggplant Recipes appeared first on The Petite Cook™.

  • Mushroom Arancini, Sicilian Rice Balls
    by Andrea on August 3, 2020 at 5:13 am

    These little golden rice balls make a fantastic Italian appetizer to share. Crispy mushroom arancini are perfect for welcoming guests at your next party. Italians have a fantastic way of using up leftover risotto. They shape the risotto mixture into balls, stuff the centers with cheese, roll them up into breadcrumbs and deep-fry the bunch to... Read More The post Mushroom Arancini, Sicilian Rice Balls appeared first on The Petite Cook™.