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  • The Flavors of Asia: Braised Sweet Black Bean Chicken
    The Flavors of Asia: Braised Sweet Black Bean Chicken
    **You can find the complete FREE how-to pictures for Braised Sweet Black Bean Chicken on the Facebook page called Fusion Asiana**From the kitchens of Fusion Asiana we bring you a dish which fuses the cuisines of China and Korea and features a...
  • Cruising off the Ventura coast
    Ventura County West: A two-day adventure
    When visiting a new destination, knowing where to go and what to do is always a challenge, especially when traveling to a region as diverse as Ventura County West where there is so much available for fun and exploration. Where do you start? I have...
  • Cook more vegetarian meals
    Cook more vegetarian meals: Perishable produce shelf life reference guide
    Whether your diet is solely vegetarian, vegan or you just want to introduce more vegetables into your meals knowing how long they will last after they are purchased is important. Produce items are perishable and don’t last in the...
  • Meringue roulade rose petal and raspberries
    Yotam Ottolenghi's meringue roulade with rose petals and fresh raspberries
    Spring is in full bloom and we are almost halfway through the year. How are those New Year's resolutions coming along? We started the year with The Official 2015 Vegetarian Cookbook List for Newbies and the Recommitted. We've explored Eat...
  • Bread baked in our kitchen
    Panera seeks to join Chipotle’s ridicule and bans ‘chemicals’
    Panera Bread announced yesterday that it would be phasing out a number of additives from their products because they are hard to pronounce and they have no idea whether they are dangerous. Joining burrito emporium Chipotle (which no one can...
  • Chocolate cake enhanced with sour cream
    Sour cream goes into a great chocolate cake
    Anyone who bakes regularly knows what sour cream can do for a homemade cake! It adds a lot to the cake to give it moistness and enhances the flavor. Sour cream shows up in many cake recipes, particular cheesecakes. The recipe I have for you is one...
  • 2015 James Beard Foundation Award Winners
    2015 James Beard Foundation Award Winners
    Winners were announced at the 2015 James Beard Foundation Awards presented by Lexus. During a ceremony, hosted by James Beard Award–winning TV host, author, and chef Alton Brown, at Lyric Opera of Chicago, awards in the Restaurant and Chef...
  • Slow-cooker flank steak tacos
    Recipes for diabetics: slow-cooker flank steak tacos
    Even though Cinco de Mayo will be over in two hours, it does not mean you cannot continue to enjoy great Mexican food.Ryannurano shares yet another one of his fantastic recipes with diabeticconnect.com - slow-cooker flank steak tacos. He says, ...
  • Palm Breeze: Take me away, perfect summer drink for millennial women
    Palm Breeze: Take me away, perfect summer drink for millennial women
    You’re sitting on the back porch watching the sunset, a warm breeze blows through your hair and the smell of fresh cut lawn touches your nostrils. Your significant other is drinking a beer, but you don’t quite want that. Nor do you...
  • Crockpot chicken tacos
    Recipes for diabetics: crockpot chicken tacos
    While I realize this is being posted a little late for Cinco de Mayo, this recipe for Crockpot Chicken Tacos by John Crowley is sure to become a hit with my friends who love Mexican food but are diabetic.John says, “This family-friendly meal...
  • Nachos
    Cinco de Mayo Cuisine Power Rankings: Nachos
    Who doesn’t love nachos? The gooey, crispy and delicious favorite was created back in the 1940’s by a man named Ignacio "Nacho" Anaya. A genius of cheese, Nacho took tortillas, cheese and jalapeno slices and, boom, history...
  • Tacos
    Cinco de Mayo Cuisine Power Rankings: Tacos
    Despite its enduring popularity, tacos reside in the second spot on our list.There are a lot of things in this world that we do not understand, but the taco as a dish is something that everyone understands. To wit: the National Taco Day official...
  • Burrito
    Cinco de Mayo Cuisine Power Rankings: Burritos
    Burritos roll into the third spot on the list. If you haven’t had a burrito, it is safe to say that you haven’t lived. Like sushi, Doritos, chili-cheese fries, donuts and sandwiches, burritos are one of those rare, foodie madcap genius...
  • Chimichanga
    Cinco de Mayo Cuisine Power Rankings: Chimichangas
    The chimichanga is a close cousin to the burrito. There is some debate as to how the fun-to-say delicacy came to be. To tell the story, the tortilla of time has to be unfurled all the way back to the early 20th century, in Arizona. There, two...
  • Flautas
    Cinco de Mayo Cuisine Power Rankings: Taquitos/Flautas
    A distant, distant cousin of tacos, burritos and chimichangas, the taquito’s history is also a bit muddled, with a restaurant in Los Angeles and one in San Diego claiming to have invented the salty meat-flute snack. Though it’s...
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