We always think about pizza as a very unhealthy food. Originally in Italy, it’s not but here in the United States it is considered a junk food, sadly. How come? According to MayoClinic.com, Americans eat an average of 46 slices per person each year. The reason why most delivered pizzas here in the United States are…
I believe that one of the best ways to experience another country’s culture is through their food. This recipe definitely captured my Thai gastronomic adventure, I hope you give it a try so you could have a glimpse of Thailand.
There was a study more than a decade ago conducted by Dr. Stephen Rennard, of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha. In this study, he investigated why his wife’s chicken soup recipe, which was handed down through generations, has healing properties. Using blood samples of volunteers, he concluded that the soup inhibited the movement of neutrophils (the most common infection-fighting white blood cells) and this restriction in movement helps reduce upper respiratory cold symptoms.
Starch is avoided in Paleo eating. No to corn products, no to potatoes (sweet potatoes are exempted), no to rice and bread including pasta so the answer to the question is “No.” How are we gonna have spaghetti without pasta you ask?
Baked zucchini has a really subtle taste and the flavor will depend on what you put on it. This opens a world of experimentation. A friend added jerky seasoning, my cousin added cinnamon (ikr?!) and one guy added a combination of nutmeg and cumin. Sounds weird to me but I’m always open to new things, I might give it a try!
First off, what is hummus? Hummus is a Levantine and Egyptian food. It is a thick paste or spread made from ground chickpeas, sesame seeds, olive oil, lemon and garlic. Nowadays, it is popular throughout the Middle East, North Africa and you’ll surely find hummus in the menu of any Middle Eastern restaurant. The earliest…
Elvis: ‘Little girl, go fix me a sandwich, peanut butter and jelly sandwich.’ Now, you know, back when I fixed a sandwich for him, we mixed up the peanut butter and banana together. We didn’t put it [the sandwich] in butter and put it in a skillet. We just put [the mixture] on white bread. But…the other day, this man was fixing a peanut butter and jelly sandwich that Elvis liked and they sliced the bananas in thick slices and put it in this butter and cooked it…so he [Elvis] may have started liking that later. But when I was dating him [1957-1962], he liked just a plain old-fashioned mashed banana [sandwich].” – Anita Wood
I used to hate vegetables when I was a kid. My dad would usually sit in front of me when I eat just to watch and make sure I swallow them vegetables. This recipe is a great way to introduce vegetables to kids as a delicious and nutritious food.
So what’s difficult about frying bacon and eggs? Well, today we are gonna get a little bit creative. We are going to shape the bacon into cups and have the eggs in as a filling. Think of this as a combination of a Pinterest project and a Buzzfeed food test. Now, commence baconization!
Speaking of comfort food, the earliest known usage of term “comfort food” was traced back to 1966 when the Palm Beach Post (a major American daily newspaper which serves Palm Beach County in South Florida and the area of Treasure Coast) used it in a story: “Adults, when under severe emotional stress, turn to what could be called ‘comfort food’—food associated with the security of childhood, like mother’s poached egg or famous chicken soup.”