From France to Brazil, here are the top spots for this beloved dessertIce cream has an extensive, storied, and international history. While its place of origin is unclear - everyone from the Arabs to the Chinese to the Quakers has been credited with its creation - we know ice cream was reserved as a luxurious treat for the elite up until the 1800s, when insulated ice houses were invented. But once ice cream production became a bona fide industry, its popularity soared, prompting the boom of ice cream parlors and decadent ice cream creations.
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Why do we love ice cream - and its counterparts sorbet, gelato, frozen custard, and ices - so much? Perhaps because nothing captures pure joy and innocence like an ice cream cone dripping down your arm. Ice cream is a universal obsession, even more so now that the days when plain vanilla cones were the sole option are long gone. From ice cream sandwiches to floats and sundaes, the spectrum of what constitutes ice cream continues to expand across the globe. At the same time, ice cream
From France to Brazil, here are the top spots for this beloved dessertIce cream has an extensive, storied, and international history. While its place of origin is unclear - everyone from the Arabs to the Chinese to the Quakers has been credited with its creation - we know ice cream was reserved as a luxurious treat for the elite up until the 1800s, when insulated ice houses were invented. But once ice cream production became a bona fide industry, its popularity soared, prompting the boom of ice cream parlors and decadent ice cream creations.Read More »from World's Best Ice Cream Parlors
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No matter what time of the year it is, we're always craving some chicken. To help us welcome the warmer temperatures and satisfy our hunger, Clegg shared easy, fresh, and delicious chicken recipes with
Shine's going gluten-free this week for National Celiac Awareness month. We'll be serving up smart ideas, solutions, stories, and of course, super-delicious recipes to help you eat sans gluten––without feeling like you're missing a thing.
We are a little obsessed with Kristine Kidd's approach to food. Her recipes are unfussy, fast, and fresh, so when she says they can be whipped up every night of the week, we believe her. Kidd's newest cookbook, Weeknight Gluten-Free, is the like a touchdown-filled playbook for the gluten-avoidant household. There are no weird fake foods here or War and Peace-length ingredients lists. This is real food, made simple. We're sold, but see for yourself.
Grilled Steak and Fingerlings with Herb Salad
This is a 21st century upgrade to the classic steak and potatoes dinner.
Cumin seeds and coriander seeds, 2 1/4 teaspoons each
Flank steak, 1 1/2 lb (750 g)
Extra-virgin olive oil, 1/2 cup (4 fl oz/125 ml) plus more as needed
Kosher salt and freshly ground black Read More »from Gluten-Free Week: 5 Weeknight Gluten-Free Recipes
Does it ever occur to you to make Caesar salad at home? I never think of it until I'm at a restaurant and it suddenly looks like the best thing on the menu--especially with some grilled chicken on top (even if I have to pay extra for that).
With this recipe dreamed up by the EatingWell Test Kitchen, it's not just the chicken that's grilled--the romaine lettuce is too! (Another thing I'd never think of.) That lightly charred lettuce adds more delicious smokiness to the Caesar salad filling for this easy meal rolled up in a warmed spinach wrap.
Because you can pick it up and eat it, this portable wrap makes a great lunch, too, or quick take-it-with-you dinner for an activity-filled evening.
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Wrapped and ready to blow your mindOf all the culinary creations in the world, few single items encompass an entire meal quite like the burrito: meat, beans, rice, salsa, maybe some vegetables, all wrapped up in that versatile food vessel - the tortilla. In the best burritos, each ingredient stands out in every bite while at the same time harmonizing inside its tortilla casing. It may well be the perfect food for any meal (see: breakfast burritos), though it's just as satisfying while capping off a night on the town with one last hurrah of gluttony. Traditional, Americanized, or fused with any number of ethnic cuisines, the burrito has become as much a part of American food culture as the hamburger; enjoyed coast to coast, by all walks of life. Regale yourself with a homemade tortilla from Changos Taqueria, a "Cheezy Beef" from Habanero's or go all out with beef tongue from La Pasadita.Read More »from America's Best Burritos
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Consuming this gastronomic bomb leaves you tenuously balancing between a compact,
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Goat Cheese with Red Cherries, Jeni's 1. Goat Cheese with Red Cherries, Jeni's
Based in Ohio, Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams has won national acclaim for its wondrous concoctions. The cherries give this ice cream a nice bit of tartness, while the goat cheese provides an intense creaminess without being overpowering - this is as comfort-food as ice cream gets.
2. Bourbon Burnt Sugar, High Road
Just as yummy as it sounds, the burnt sugar and bourbon meld into ice cream that tastes just like crème brûlée.
3. Strawberry Honey Balsamic With Black Pepper, Salt & Straw
The Portland-based shop sources local Oregon strawberries and honey to create an ice cream that is both sweet and tart. The addition of vinegar and pepper is a pleasant twist on a classic flavor.
4. Tennessee Whiskey, L.A. Creamery
Give your mother the gift of cocktail options as you prepare her special brunchWith Mother's Day fast approaching, a family brunch must be on the horizon. Whether that brunch is a breakfast in bed or an afternoon spent with your siblings in the kitchen making a special spread for your mom, brunch on Mother's Day is always a great idea.Read More »from 5 Bloody Marys Perfect for Mother's Day Brunch
As we've covered a ton of brunch favorites in the past - like eggs Benedict, grilled cheese, and pancakes - we're focusing on one cocktail that makes an appearance on most brunch menus due to its popularity and serious kick: the Bloody Mary.
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Sure, we'll settle for the always-loved classic, but mom deserves options, doesn't she? Renaissance Hotels, the Marriott lifestyle hotel brand, has partnered with Iron Chef Jose Garces (whose restaurant Mercat a la Planxa is located at the Blackstone Renaissance in Chicago) to create a Bloody Mary menu exclusively for Mother's Day.
Each drink is representative of a global city through its ingredients and garnishes. Basically, you'll never look at your
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Where would we all be without moms? Definitely not here on this planet. For all the hard-working moms out there who secretly wish that someone would just spoil them for a change, we've come up with seven fantastic Mother's Day recipes for breakfast in bed well in advance of the holiday. So that the appropriate parties can do some planning - hint, hint.Read More »from Inspired Breakfast-in-Bed Recipes for Mother's Day
We've compiled some of our best breakfast recipes. Some put inspired twists on classics, whether it's a tweaked technique, an unusual ingredient, or novel ways of combining favorite dishes.
Credit: Cooking LightEggs Benedict Waffle
An exercise in contradiction? Nope. This is, quite simply, the recipe for people who just can't decide what to make.
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Credit: Jacqui MelvilleNettle and Sorrel Soufflé Omelette with Feta
This recipe is for the more ambitious readers out there. Matt Wilkinson, an Australian chef based in Melbourne and author of Mr. Wilkinson's Vegetables, had this on the menu of his flagship restaurant, Pope Joan, for
These dishes redefine the meaning of brunchBrunch is one of America's guiltiest pleasures. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends, people spend their time piling into restaurants and waiting in line to indulge in over-the-top cocktails and overly filling entrées. With an abundance of booze and a variety of eclectic dishes, brunch can be the staple that holds our Sunday mornings together or the boozy party that makes our Saturdays worth it.Read More »from America's 10 Most Outrageous Brunch Dishes
Considering the fact that brunch is a largely American fad, it may come as a surprise to learn that the concept was actually invented in England. British writer Guy Beringer thought of the idea in 1895 when he propositioned it in his essay "Brunch: A Plea." Tired of the post-church dinners filled with heavy meats and filling pies, Beringer believed that brunch, a breakfast-inspired meal between breakfast and lunch, seemed like the best alternative. He gave no specific menu requirements, except that brunch should be "cheerful, sociable, and inciting" with "everything good, plenty of it, variety,
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