Jane BruceWhy does everyone choose to go out for a burrito? Well, there are several very good reasons - convenience being one, and what seems like a pretty fair price-to-effort ratio being another. In layman's terms, they're not very expensive, and they seem like a lot of work to make. But are they?
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All of the recipes featured here can be made at home for about $34 or less, excluding the cost of small amounts of basic ingredients such as butter, oil, flour, sugar, salt, pepper, and other dried herbs and spices.
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Better-Than-Chipotle Burrito Recipe:
For the chicken:
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 tablespoon chili powder
2 teaspoons paprika
1 tablespoon garlic powder
Salt and pepper, to taste
Juice of 3 limes
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons canola oil
For the rice:
1 tablespoon butter
2 1/2 cups white rice
Salt and pepper, to taste
Juice of 1 lime
1/2 cup minced cilantro
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Jane BruceWhy does everyone choose to go out for a burrito? Well, there are several very good reasons - convenience being one, and what seems like a pretty fair price-to-effort ratio being another. In layman's terms, they're not very expensive, and they seem like a lot of work to make. But are they?Read More »from 6 Delicious Burrito Recipes to Make at Home
WIkimedia/Tom W. SulcerIt appears as if a battle between grocers and potato growers has begun in Idaho. Associated Wholesale Grocers are suing the United Potato Growers of America for a supposed 10 yearlong plan of inflating potato prices, according to AP. While the potato has found its home as the country's most popular vegetable, 30 percent of the national potato supply comes from Idaho potato farms.Read More »from Have Farmers Been Inflating Prices?
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In the lawsuit, the AWG co-op compared this scheme to the "petroleum-producing OPEC cartel, reducing planting acreages and destroying potatoes to restrict what is available for sale," discovering through spying methods like GPS systems, fly-overs, and satellite imagery.
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It's uncertain how much this price-fixing has actually bumped up the cost of freshly bagged potatoes and frozen potato products like crinkle-cut fries, but Idaho farmers might still be in hot water. These farmers supposedly tried to
Donna GriffithEconomical, crowd-pleasing, and fun-to-make, homemade pizza is a great option for dinner after a busy workday, and it's an easy way to include the kids on a fun weekend project. There are myriad choices for toppings: spicy sausage and ricotta, good old tomato, mozz, and basil, or perhaps, even some stir-fried vegetables for an interesting twist, just to name a few examples. It's not even necessary to make dough from scratch, eliminating a messy cleanup and saving time. Although if that's your heart's desire, we have some tips to offer on that as well.Read More »from Mouthwatering Pizza Recipes
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So what are you waiting for? Grab some dough, work it, spread the sauce, and pop it in the oven. Chances are, the delivery man is about to get very lonely.
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Roasted Garlic Pizza with Mushrooms and Spinach Recipe:
1 head garlic
1 tablespoon olive oil, plus more for pizza
Flour, for dusting
1 package whole-wheat pizza dough, at room
Thinkstock/istockphotoWe can't think of a reason why anyone wouldn't love eggs Benedict, unless of course you just have an aversion to eggs in general.Read More »from How to Create a Stellar Eggs Benedict Bar
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The dish is rich, full of flavor, and there are so many varieties that you can enjoy it for any meal, not just brunch.
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While the tried-and-true classic version is always great, we're pushing the envelope here and getting a little creative with the poached egg dish.
Rather than create a menu of endless options for guests to choose from, why not hone in on one dish and have your visitors make it their own?
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It would be rude as a host or hostess to ignore the palate preferences of your guests, so make sure to poll your friends on if they like eggs Benedict before you create an entire brunch based around the beloved dish. Once that's squared away, get to planning.
Follow these few steps and have a
Facebook/CombocoSomething about the phrase "ice cream for breakfast" makes eating ice cream for breakfast sound like the best idea anybody has ever had. And it might be especially good for anybody greeting the weekend with a hangover, because gelato is said to have that magic power.Read More »from Can Breakfast Flavored Gelato Cure Hangovers?
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According to The Daily Mail, Comboco in London's Soho neighborhood has rolled out a line of breakfast-flavored gelato, including a Bloody Mary gelato with a celery garnish that's said to be able to help cure a hangover.
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Ice cream in general might be an excellent hangover cure, because apparently eating something cold causes blood to go up to the brain in an attempt to keep it warm. (We cannot, however, imagine much worse than the sensation of having an ice cream headache and a bad hangover at the same time.)
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The increased circulation brought about by the ice cream can theoretically help
Noah KalinaThere are some 200,000 full-service restaurants in America, so it's no small task to determine the best ones. A storied Northern California palace of perfection? A counter in Brooklyn where an intimate 24-course tasting menu is prepared by a moody chef? A Texan 'cue shop that sells out of brisket the moment it opens? What factors make one restaurant better than another? Can you compare a roadside burger joint with an urban fine-dining restaurant whose theme changes every few months? And how do all these restaurants stack up against each other in a list of the best?Read More »from Is This the Best Asian Restaurant in America?
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Our selection for the Best Asian Restaurant in America for 2013 is:
Momofuku Ssäm Bar, New York City (pictured above)
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Meals at this ever-evolving East Village hot spot wowed former New York Times critic Frank Bruni into a praise-filled three-star review in 2008, and no wonder. David Chang's food offers bold, Asian-inspired flavors -
Flickr/MarcChronicSome art is meant to be touched, but in the case of food museums, it's also meant to be tasted. This genre of museum can spotlight a specific food or brand, and museums around the world exhibit everything from a given food's history to creative variations of a certain dish.Read More »from The World’s Tastiest Food Museums
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Some museums spotlight the rich history and pop culture surrounding famous brands, while others celebrate the varieties of products available. Some display impressive collections and still others invite visitors to participate in hands-on activities. To help you plan your pilgrimages to food museums around the world, we've compiled a list the best of the food museums out there and ranked them based on opportunities for visitor interaction, critical acclaim, the age of the museum, and depth of information.
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Spam Museum: Austin, Minn.
This museum has risen to fame because of its comprehensive collection of all things SPAM, the popular
Warner BrothersLike most of America, we first fell in the love with The Great Gatsby during our high school English class. From the glitz and glamour to the mysterious protagonist, Fitzgerald's 1925 novel is pure box-office baitRead More »from 5 Easy Ways to Emulate the Great Gatsby
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Travel back to the 1920s with us with these five easy tips straight from Target's very own entertaining and lifestyle expert, Sabrina Soto.
Blast the Soundtrack
The soundtrack - produced by industry icon Jay-Z - is as anticipated as the film itself. The tech-infused track list boasts talent from Beyoncé to Jack White. The 17-track deluxe edition of the album will be sold exclusively at Target, and features three bonus songs. Turn up the tunes and dance like you're a guest at one of Jay's fabulous fêtes.
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Rent a Rolls-Royce for a Day
Do you feel like you're constantly chauffeuring your kids from place to place? If so, treat yourself and your friends to a carefree day on
Monte MathewsIn gas station lots, at midtown curbs, and by parks blocks from your office, idling food trucks serve tacos, lobster rolls, burgers, burritos, grilled cheese, pizza, sous-vide dishes, and high-end French food you'll pay $10 or less for. Food trucks leverage lower overhead, brave (mostly) outdated municipal restrictions, random (and targeted) police ticketing, and misdirected ire of insecure brick-and-mortar restaurants who often stir up trouble. Food trucks are far from the latest food trend, but when it comes to great food made quickly (and by the "little guy"), they're one of the best things.Read More »from The Best Food Truck in America
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The inaugural list of The Daily Meal's best food trucks canvassed more than 30 cities. Added to those were staff favorites, trucks praised by organizations, and national and local publications, both in print and online. Editors consulted popular review sites and critical appraisal. They analyzed trucks' number of Twitter
QuirkyEvery year, dozens of new inventions emerge that aim to make our lives a little easier in the kitchen or at a restaurant. Here are some that we've noticed so far this year, from the potentially revolutionary to the completely absurd.Read More »from The 5 Most Outrageous Culinary Inventions of 2013
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Cake in a Jar
A blogger discovered that at a patisserie named Country of Origin just outside of Mumbai, India, they're selling layer cakes in a jar. The flavors include "haute" chocolate and hazelnut, cookie dough, caramel and cream, cookie dough and hazelnut crème, red velvet, and Black Forest cake. You bring it home, microwave the whole jar for 30 seconds, and enjoy.
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Pluck Yolk Extractor
Removing the yolk from the white can be a real chore for those who haven't mastered the in-shell approach (crack the egg in half and capture the yolk in one of the halves), but this new invention makes it a piece of cake (not in a jar). Just crack your egg into a bowl, place the