Wednesday is Valentine’s Day, and it seems that no restaurant chain is letting the opportunity go unexploited. I’ve performed a quick, admittedly non-exhaustive survey of the big name joints and the Valentine’s Day specials they’re offering – which range from cute to campy to crazy!
If you’re one of the millions in North America who equate New Year’s Day with Game Day, you almost certainly have your own traditions and routines that you love to follow. But I have some suggestions if you want to change things up a little on your snack and late dinner menus…
There’s more to Cocoa than Chocolate and Water. There’s fascinating history that goes back to around 500 BC and a host of regional traditions that have grown out of the global love of this flavour. For those of us who live in cold climes, it’s a tradition at Christmas and all winter!
Today, we feature a handy guide to Christmas season beverages from all corners of the world. The rundown includes familiar drinks such as Swedish Glögg and Irish Cream, but the compilers also visited the traditions of places like Jamaica, Thailand, Lithuania and Chile!
Many of us would rather sleep through Christmas and New Year’s than face the holidays without Eggnog. It’s a one-of-a-kind beverage what can be consumed warm or cold, and always seems to perk up one’s spirits. But how do you make, Eggnog? And what’s the ‘nog’ about, anyway?
Quinoa is one of the most popular ‘new’ Whole Grains. It’s found a home in the diets of Vegetarians and Vegans as well as with food-forward diners of all stripes. And it’s becoming a headline starch on the menus of chic restaurants You’ll be surprised at what you can do with it!