ST. PATRICK’S DAY: Leafy Green Recipes

  On St. Patrick’s Day, many of us will be wearin’ the green. But how about eatin’ the green? Celebrate by trying some new leafy green vegetable recipes; specifically, bok choy, collards and kale. Bok choy and collard greens may not sound Irish, but kale was one of the most popular vegetables in Europe, through…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Irish Cheese Tasting For St. Patrick’s Day

Cahill’s Farm Cheddars get our vote forbest-looking Irish cheese. Photocourtesy iGourmet.com.   If you don’t have the time or inclination to cook up traditional Irish dishes, set out an Irish cheese board and some Irish beers. You’ll have to hunt for the cheeses (or you can buy them online). Irish artisan cheeses that can be…
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BOOK REVIEW: Zombie Cupcakes

We look at a lot of different cookbooks. No surprise, over the past couple of years we’ve seen a number of cookbooks riding the cupcake wave. The most memorable is Zombie Cupcakes: From the Grave to the Table with 16 Cupcake Corpses, by Zilly Rosen, a professional cake designer based in Buffalo, New York. Cooked…
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