COOKING VIDEO: Celeriac & A Celeriac Remoulade Recipe

  Celeriac (Apium graveolens), a large, gnarled globe of a root vegetable, is one of the less attractive items in the produce section. Most people would pass it by without investigation. But peel away the skin and you’ll discover creamy flesh like a parsnip’s—to which it is related. Its botanical family, Apiaceae—commonly known as the…
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ST. PATRICK’S DAY: Irish Coffee Martini Recipe

Don’t like beer? Mix up some Irish Coffee Martinis on St. Patrick’s Day. This creamy cocktail recipe is courtesy McCormick. Whip it up in just five minutes. Want the real deal? Here are the history of Irish coffee, the original recipe and recipe variations, including Irish Hot Chocolate for the kids. IRISH COFFEE MARTINI RECIPE…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Find The Best Melting Cheese

Want more melt? Try a different cheese. Photo by Paul Johnson | IST.   If you like melted cheese on your burger, veggies and other foods, and appreciate the flavor of good cheese, go for some variations beyond bland American cheese slices. Take a look at the options below: Somewhere on the list is the…
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