TIP OF THE DAY: Bitters In Your Coffee

Many “cocktail households” have a bottle of Angostura bitters, to splash into a Manhattan or other recipe. In fact, you can add bitters to still or sparkling water, regular or diet soda, hot or iced tea and coffee. If you follow food and beverage trends, you’ve no doubt seen the Renaissance in artisan bitters. In…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Prep Eggs The Night Before To Save Time

Top: Mexican Scrambled Eggs In Tortilla Cups (photo Land O’Lakes). Bottom: Add more heat with Pepperjack cheese (photo Paoli Cheese).   We often make a vegetable scramble for breakfast, to a proportion of half egg, half veggie. Bell peppers, mushrooms and onions are our basic mix, along with fresh herbs and halved cherry tomatoes. It’s…
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TIP OF THE DAY: The New Jell-O Mold Is A Mason Jar

Top: Red, white and blue Jell-O mold in Mason jars (photo Victoria Belanger | eHow). Bottom: No spoon is needed with these Jell-O fingers. They’re gummy, like Jell-O shots without alcohol. Here’s the recipe from CommunityTable.Parade.com.   Call them Ball Jars, Kerr Jars or Mason Jars, these 19th century inventions enabled the preserving foods for…
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TIP OF THE DAY: A DIY Grilled Stuffed Avocado Bar

We’ve written a lot about “party bars” for entertaining, where guests add their favorite fillings or toppings to customize a food. Check out:   BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER Breakfast & Brunch Party Bar Lunch & Dinner Party Bar Sushi Hand Roll (Temaki) Party Bar   DESSERTS Brownie Sandwich Bar Ice Cream Bar Pudding Party Bar…
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