Here’s a different kind of pesto — instead of the emerald green version that you might be used to, Lidia basil, tomato and almonds (this version uses yellow cherry tomatoes). The ‘trapanese’ comes from Trapani, a city on the west coast of Sicily. Go check out the recipe for Pesto Trapanese on blog With A Dash of Spice.
Simple Baked Spaghetti Squash recipe with step by step photos — just pierce and bake.
Pan Fried Brussels Sprouts with Chinese Bacon Recipe on New Asian Cuisine
I just got off the phone with this beautiful lady, Georgia Pelligrini – she’s a modern day hunter-gatherer and has just come out with her very first cookbook, Food Heroes, chronicling 16 food artisans who are fighting to keep their traditions alive.
Brilliant concept – turn scrap paper into pencils! On Cubiclebot.
You have to see this! Underneath this table is a sports car! Wait till you see where the exhaust fumes come out of! On Walyou.com
Recipe for Warm Maitake Pasta with Citrus Soy Dressing on my food column on Discovery Heath.
Garnish is generally the afterthought for the home cook, a sprinkle of herbs to add a splash of color to the dish, a swirl of sauce for a dramatic, decorative flair or a dribble of brandy in French Onion Soup just before serving. Oh well, I take that last one back — in that particular case, the brandy was the …
Saag Paneer recipe on New Asian Cuisine
Come see these creative jello treats at Steamy Kitchen on TLC!
Beautiful chart of pasta shapes and which sauce goes with which pasta – see all 44 over at Chow.com
This is one of those….now why didn’t I think of that? This push pop for big kids, or “Hopsicle” is served at Diablo Royale Este, a restaurant in New York City. It starts with a Tecate beer that they inject with simple syrup and lime juice, adding a wooden stick in the hole of the can and freezing the entire …