YOUR FOOD & WINE: Best In Taste

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YOUR FOOD & WINE

Commonly thought of as hearty winter staples, sausages can also be ideal summer fare. Inexpensive, versatile and quick to prepare, they’re perfect for grilling, pair well with pasta and shine with a host of seasonal stars, from tomatoes to basil to mint [...]
Fri, Jul 25, 2014
Source Recipes, Globe And Mail
I am blessed with one adventurous eating kid in our family (the other one is getting there, slowly). She hardly ever turns her nose up at anything and gives most things a try, more often that not coming back for more, and more. But somethings changed this year when it comes to school lunches. All of a sudden she doesn't want to eat anything I've given her in the past, claiming it's just not that nice after sitting in her lunchbox all morning. I fully understand. But that doesn't mean to say I'm all that stoked about this new development! [...]
Fri, Jul 25, 2014
Source My Darling Lemon Thyme
Recipe from Bon Appétit [...]
Fri, Jul 25, 2014
Source Epicurious
Coconut flour is a gluten free flour made from powdered dried coconut. The flour is popular for gluten free and low-carb baking, since it is low in carbohydrates and very high in fiber, and it is becoming more widely available at markets. Many gluten free “flours” – such as almond flour/meal – are easy to work with because they can be substituted for part of the flour in a standard recipe. Coconut flour is a little bit trickier to work with and it cannot be substituted for all purpose flour in a regular recipe without making significant changes to that [...]
Thu, Jul 24, 2014
Source Baking Bites
I love growing cucumbers, truly I do! But boy are they prolific. With just one Persian cucumber plant I have enough cucumbers for the neighborhood. If you too are a summer gardener faced with the same dilemma of too many cucumbers, or if you just love the taste of cool and crunchy cucumbers, here’s an easy and fun way to use them, in a colorful salsa! "Confetti Cucumber Salsa" » [...]
Thu, Jul 24, 2014
Source Simply Recipes
Riesling may finally be getting its due, but some lesser-known, patio-perfect varietals are also worthy of attention [...]
Thu, Jul 24, 2014
Source Wine And Spirits, Globe And Mail
Stews are often reserved for cooler temperatures, but this one, thanks to its light Parmesan-broth base and fresh tomatoes, is made for enjoying in the sun [...]
Thu, Jul 24, 2014
Source Recipes, Globe And Mail
Corey Mintz ventures out of his kitchen to learn about the people who catch the fish he eats and serves. First in a four-part series. [...]
Thu, Jul 24, 2014
Source Food, Wine, Toronto Star
A few months ago, I made a batch of the most amazing, addictive Nutella Buttercream that you can imagine. Fortunately, you don’t need to imagine it because I made it using the techniques found in Craftsy’s free Modern Buttercream Class and you can easily learn how to make it yourself at home! The modern buttercream method is demonstrated by cake decorator and baker Joshua John Russell, who walks you through the process step-by-step to ensure that your buttercream will turn out perfectly and talks about troubleshooting any problems that you might encounter while working with this meringue-based buttercream. The class is completely [...]
Thu, Jul 24, 2014
Source Baking Bites
Melons more than a passion for Ontario Food Terminal's Randy Weinstein [...]
Thu, Jul 24, 2014
Source Food, Wine, Toronto Star

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2 Responses to YOUR FOOD & WINE: Best In Taste

  1. Ken Gray says:

    Thx Beagle

    It is updated every day.

    kgray

  2. Beagle says:

    Thanks Ken a breath of fresh thinking in contrast to the heavy atmosphere of politics, campaigning etc. please consider doing this again.

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