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Egging Conundrum

For many of us who do not follow a vegan diet, eggs are one of the simplest and yet most versatile ingredient used in many culinary cultures across the world. 730 more words

Dining & Living

Food Wisdom 2014

As the saying goes, we are what we eat, and here are a few interesting articles on how food and the cultivation of food shaped the world as it is today… 463 more words

Dining & Living

Kitchen Conundrum: Storing Cilantro

I confess: I’m not very good at food planning. Whenever I go to the grocery store, I often break the cardinal rules–that is, shopping without a list and with an empty stomach. 466 more words


Laissez les Bonbons Rouler!

In honor of the year’s most indulgent holiday, I present to you my latest creation, the Mardi Gras cake bonbon. Okay, fine, they’re cake balls, and they’re not exactly ground breaking, but they definitely fit Fat Tuesday’s “let’s throw the diet out the window for a day” requirement. 733 more words

Kitchen Conundrums

Kitchen Conundrum: (Grocery) Bills, Bills, Bills...

Do you ever track how much you spend on groceries each month? I never really thought about it until last week. Growing up, my sister and I learned that if there’s one thing that one should never really skimp on spending, it’s good food, and I suppose that philosophy has carried over into adulthood. 558 more words


In the News: Diabetes, Shmiabetes!

Paula Deen. Love her or hate her, she seems to be on every food lover’s mind at the moment, thanks to her ill-advised decision to admit she’s had Type II diabetes for three years and that she’s now a spokesperson for… 544 more words


Kitchen Conundrum: Cookware

It’s official: The Swedish chef has better cooking equipment than I do. Although from the looks of things, he doesn’t seem to know how to use them very well. 815 more words