When I saw Saffron Road’s new Tikka Masala sauce already made in their convenient new packets of simmer sauces, I knew I wanted to cook it with chicken but I also wanted to make something out of the norm, something not served over rice or with pita bread but instead fused together with another ethnic cuisine that would go well ... Read More »
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If there is any one pasta dish you should make this week, it’s this one. Whether you’re ...
Winter weekend mornings are the perfect time to cozy up to a pancake breakfast. I can eat them witho...
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I used to do a lot of traveling in the winter months- short escapes to warmer climates like anywhere...
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I always crave comfort food in the winter time, but right now as a nation and a global community, it...
Years ago I would have never openly served a hummus dish other than one made strictly from chickpeas...
This Indian dessert recipe is brought to us by food blogger Lubna Karim, based in Bangalore, India w...
On a recent trip to our local butcher, I inquired about the homemade merguez they always used to have on hand. He said they weren’t making any more of it because folks weren’t buying much of it, for some reason. Read More »
During my college years, I had a small patch of land in my back yard and would often make nice homemade meals for my younger cousin who lived in the dorms. Coming from Sicily just a few years earlier and craving a taste of home, she was so excited to see that there was an opportunity to have some freshly grown ... Read More »
Appetizer aren’t just for entertaining guests. I’ve come to learn that keeping homemade appetizers around my house is a great way to eat healthy by avoiding eating outside, eating junk food or not eating until one is ravished with hunger at the dinner table- not pretty. We definitely want to avoid that. Read More »
Everyone loves a good blueberry muffin, and quite honestly it’s pretty hard to find great quality muffins for a decent price, especially those made without a lot of questionable or unhealthy ingredients. That’s why I make my own and freeze them for those times when we really need a quick bite in the morning rush out the door. Read More »
One of the ways I try improve my overall health is by making fresh juice most mornings and sometimes again later in the evenings for a refreshing drink. Right now (winter season), grapefruits and oranges are at their best so they are absolutely delicious and juicy. My favorites are the ruby red grapefruits and blood oranges, which are almsot the same ... Read More »
You may have already heard about Saffron Road’s new vegetarian entrees, which are making quite a buzz on places like Facebook and Twitter. Vegetarians, vegans and those who are gluten-free are raving about the flavors and quality of these products, and I couldn’t agree more. These Manchurian Dumplings photographed above were soft, saucy and had a nice kick of spice to ... Read More »
I recently heard that it was possible to make microwaved popcorn without buying bags of pre-seasoned, ready-to-pop-into-the-microwave popcorn in a bag. It sounded so much healthier to be able to put whatever I want into my bag so that I know exactly what we’re eating, but also not as messy as heating oil in a pan and covering it to wait for ... Read More »
When we look through recipes online or in magazines, what really prompts us to go out of our way to make a list and head out to the store with the intention of buying all the ingredients specifically for that recipe we enjoyed looking at so much? I look at food for a living, literally, and am incredibly delighted by ... Read More »
I don’t normally set out to by lamb chops, but instead I wait for the Qurbani meat to come when there are so many included in the package. It gives me something to look forward to and I know they’re super-fresh. Today, I didn’t plan on making lamb chops. Instead, I planned on making a lamb stew with pumpkin, sweet ... Read More »