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I must admit it: (in my past life) I have taken cheese platters to gatherings. I patted myself on the back while I created a platter that involved cutting cheddar and mozzarella into perfect bite-sized cubes, all surrounded by crackers.
A storybook rich in flavour and culture, Viphalay Laos and Thai Restaurant will take you on a journey into the heart of South-East Asia. I think I have fallen in love with a new culinary cuisine.
From Adam and Eve’s sinful temptation in the beginning of mankind to Snow White’s poisonous bait in the fairy tales, the apple has always had a mystical and forbidden lure.
I distinctly remember the moment when I decided to take a closer look at my roots. My root vegetables, that is!
When it comes to pumpkins, no place is more passionate about the orange gourd than the Town of Smoky Lake. About an hour’s drive northeast of Edmonton, Smoky Lake has become the pumpkin capital of Alberta and one day it hopes, the world!
What does pizza, cream pie and the tropical piña colada have in common? Well, in my kitchen, one of the ingredient just might be zucchini! That’s right you read correctly: the zucchini.
Imagine being presented with a elegant package for supper. You think how odd until you slit open and peel back the paper to reveal the food. Suddenly your senses are besieged by the wonderful aromas that whoosh out.
Did you ever wonder what Little Miss Muffet who sat on her tuffet was really eating? It might surprise some but the snack she never finished that frightful day was perhaps the 18th century version of today’s most popular dairy snacks-curds and whey…the yogurt!
On a recent grocery shopping trip, I overheard a woman having a conversation on her cell phone with her daughter. I am guessing the daughter had asked her to “bring ingredients needed to make a pizza.” The woman’s response was: “ Pizza! In this heat! I’m not turning on the oven.”
Juicy, delicious and sweet . . . watermelon is the official fruit of summer
There’s something rich and sinful about homemade cinnamon buns. Rich, buttery, pull-apart not-quite-bread, not-quite-pastry buns wrapped around a layer of dark brown sugar, and cinnamon.
Basmati rice is to India as fine wine is to France, specialty cheese is to Holland and chocolate is to Belgium.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, hot dogs are a fun summertime food. Although they are popular all year round with the kids, they become more appealing to adults during camping season.
The artichoke is among the most visually fascinating vegetables. We have all seen this odd vegetables while cruising the produce aisle of the grocery store.
We dip, dye, paint, and glue decorative objects to their fragile shells. And then we call them Easter eggs.
Serve your family a meal in which things are not as they appear. April Fools’ Day is traditionally a day to play practical jokes on others, send people on fool’s errands, and play tricks to on the gullible and unsuspecting.