TIP OF THE DAY: Substitutes For Wine In Cooking

Uh oh, no wine? Pick a substitute. Le Creuset French oven available at SurLaTable.com.   Sometimes when you’re preparing a recipe, you discover that you you don’t have wine, or find out that a guest does not consume any kind of alcohol. There are a number of substitutes for both red and white wine; although,… Continue reading “TIP OF THE DAY: Substitutes For Wine In Cooking”

ST. PATRICK’S DAY: Corned Beef & Cabbage Egg Rolls Recipe

We love this fusion recipe for St. Patrick’s Day: Corned Beef and Cabbage Egg Rolls. It’s from Dietz and Watson, purveyors of fine deli meats. Chinese egg rolls are filled with cabbage and bits of pork. Here, corned beef substitutes for the pork, creating an “Irish” egg roll. The recipe serves 4. “FUSION” CORNED BEEF… Continue reading “ST. PATRICK’S DAY: Corned Beef & Cabbage Egg Rolls Recipe”

FOOD HOLIDAY: Jalapeño Poppers

Some say there’s nothing better than hot jalapeño poppers with a cold beer. Photo courtesy Anchor Foods.   Who knew that jalapeño poppers were invented by a major food company? We always figured they’d come out of some hip Tex-Mex restaurant. But it turns out that Anchor Food Products of Appleton, Wisconsin invented jalapeño poppers… Continue reading “FOOD HOLIDAY: Jalapeño Poppers”