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If you’ve ever watched Food Network’s Chopped, you’ve probably sat at the edge of your seat wondering how the heck those chefs make such delicious-looking meals from ingredients that probably shouldn’t go together. Or so you thought. But, from a gastronomical stand point, there are both scientific and cultural reasons why certain flavor combinations just, well, work.
Believe it or not, National Gingerbread Day is June 5. That’s right—in the midst of sweltering heat and the chronic beat-down of sunny rays, our nation salutes a hot, steamy treat that’s more reminiscent of Christmas than the 4th of July.
Every kitchen has its myths, but few are actually true. Check out the five most common kitchen myths and see why they're nothing more than old wives tales.
Trying to eat healthier? I trust you've already banished the sweets and overly-processed faux food from your house and replaced it with more nutritious options. And you've probably done your homework and have enlisted in some new recipes, but have you considered taking a look at your kitchen tools?
Last year I was really left thinking: "What happened people? When did Cinco de Mayo get so boring?" Now-a-days the fifth of May means taking my pick from a slew of unimaginative restaurants, whose idea of “holiday spirit” is whipping up some ground beef tacos and serving them alongside week frozen margaritas. But no more! I say it's time to try something new, something refreshing and something that is not a margarita...