The Lunar New Year starts on Sunday, February 10, and for those of us who didn’t grow up celebrating, it can be hard to know how to honor that holiday, which is full of food traditions. Kick off the two-week-long celebration with the wisdom and recipes of the bloggers below.
This was a huge hit this holiday season and is a perfect dessert for Valentine's Day!Ingredients:One box brownie mix (13x9), your favorite variety baked according to directions on boxOne carton whipped topping, thawedOne large box instant chocolate pudding, prepared according to directions on boxOne bag Heath bitsDirections:...more
I said it last year around this time, and I’ll say it again: Laissez les bon temps rouler! Mardi Gras season is in full force this weekend in New Orleans, and that means beads, parades, casserole bowls full of red beans and rice, festively frosted king cakes and for the first time ever here on Edible Times: Hurricanes....more
Soup is a staple in our house come wintertime. There are many days when we have it for both lunch and dinner. I’m certainly not complaining. I love me some soup! I do, however, try to add a bit of variety to our soup consumption. I’d hate to have a soup burnout amongst the hubby and kiddos before I’m ready for soup season to be over! One way I prevent the burnout is by making wonton soup; a family favorite!...more
I love cheesecake. I love it plain, covered in berries, drizzled with caramel…anyway really! So, as a chocolate and coffee lover also, it came as no surprise when this cheesecake won me over. A chocolate crust beneath a layer of chocolate cheesecake, topped with a layer of coffee cheesecake, and with a chocolate glaze poured on top…OMG! This is a truly mouth watering dessert....more
I used to make such a big fuss over Valentines day.Ive been married twice to the same man.This time we have been married a little over a year and a half. Our first marriage started when we were very young.I was 17 he was 18....more
Are you ready for some football?
The big game is upon us.
Honestly I couldn't care less about who is playing in the Super Bowl this year, because I am a big fat loser
None of my teams -- the Buccaneers, the Steelers, or the Patriots -- made it to the game, so I'm a little bitter.
However, I can still put on a brave face and fake it.
Because you know what? Football isn't only about the ball. In my opinion it is ALL about the food.
We're talking foods of all kinds. You have to have a nice spread.
I have some exciting news! As of last week, I am a new member of the Austin Food Blogger's Alliance and I couldn't be more excited! They accepted my application and I am already amazed with the opportunities it has presented. Coming up, there is a Google+ workshop and a welcome dinner— I can't wait to learn more and also meet some of the members....more
In my household, Super Bowl isn't just a day where we gather around the tv and watch men running with a ball across a large grassy field while trying to avoid getting tackled by the opposing team. It's an event.
We usually have anywhere between 20 and 40 of our closest football-loving friends over. Decorations start going up a few days before game day and eventually they cover practically every square inch of blank space.
Shruti Nargundkar 26th January 2013 Australia Day, Indian Republic Day As I settle down to watch the morning news with a cup of tea, the hot topic for discussion on TV is the rising incidence of drinking and alcohol related violence on Australia Day in Australia. ...more