The next time you decide to grab something on-the-go, make it fun by ordering an under-the-radar treat.
One of the best parts of summer is the abundance of fresh berries. Berries contain cancer-fighting antioxidants, are just full of vitamins, and they are low in calories--not to mention super tasty! Get your fill with these delicious recipes.
Spicy foods ... most people either love it or hate it. Some people add Tabasco to everything and think nothing of ordering extra hot peppers with their burritos, while others shy away from any sort of heat or spice, even refusing to pepper their soup.
Bored of bananas? Apples giving you apathy? Over oranges? If you're trying to expand your fruit horizons, traveling the world, or just searching for a cool-looking edible centerpiece, look for one of these weird fruits in your local grocery store (though you might have a hard time finding them in America).
Hot beverages are the perfect prescription for chilly autumn and winter nights. Fortified with brown liquors and heavy creams and spiced with seasonal flavors, like cinnamon and mint, these winter cocktails are comfort in a glass. Just one sip will make you feel a little toastier--and perhaps a little toasted, as well.
The clouds parted and the sun shone its brightest the moment some kitchen genius decided to transform humble potatoes into long, fried cylinders of deliciousness. These days, there's possibly no vegetable dish as universally beloved as french fries. They're found in eateries all over the world and enjoyed with a surprising variety of condiments and toppings. If you think ketchup reigns supreme everywhere, feast your eyes on the many ways countries choose to dress their fries.
No one should have to make difficult decisions, like "delicious mojito or awesome Otter Pop?" when it's hot outside, especially since frosty desserts and booze almost always go better together. Instead of sweating over the best way to refresh, get a little tipsy and beat the heat with these cool adults-only treats.
Summer is in full swing, and that means barbecues, bikinis, and--of course--cool cocktails. The secret to the perfect warm-weather drink is to keep it light and infuse the summer classics with fresh, seasonal flavors. All it takes to shake up your own innovative beverage is some no-fail recipes and a few simple ingredients--say good-bye to those pre-packaged mixes! We hunted down eleven easy recipes so all that stands between you and a “vacation-in-a-glass” is a quick trip to the market!
Summer is, for apparent reasons, my favorite time of year. Lounging at the beach with your friends on a sunny Saturday, baseball games and barbecues on Sundays ... it doesn't get much better. Oh, wait, yes ... yes, it does. Raise your glasses, because summer is also the season for wonderfully sugary and fruity alcoholic drinks.
Ah, the beloved potato chip ... is there anything better than a fried and salted slice of potato? Better tasting? No. But better for you? Yes. In fact, just about everything is healthier than a deep-fried potato. Check out these healthier chip alternatives, most of which you can make at home.
Making homemade eggnog is a lot easier than you might think. Watch this video for an easy eggnog recipe to make the night before your holiday festivities (or anytime you want a glass of this rich, creamy treat). Remember: The longer it sits, the more developed the flavor.
When it comes to eating habits, I'm definitely my father's daughter, but I never considered that our different eating habits and personalities could coincide.
On New Year's Eve, some head to a cave to reflect and renew, while others head straight to the bars, maybe pausing to reflect somewhere between the first cocktail and the last champagne toast. Whatever way you plan on kissing the previous year goodbye (and so many are happy to see it go), it's a good time to mix up a new whole new repertoire of festive cocktails for family and friends.
About 10,000 years ago, ancient people discovered a product that would change lives forever. Wine had been around for a while, but after some was allowed to oxidize, vinegar was born. It became an immediate hit- there are now a multitude of unique uses for vinegar.