- Make one of Joe Bastianich's stay-slim recipes — Tasting Table
- The maker of Tastykake is buying Hostess Brands — Grub Street New York
- Cleanse with three detoxifying soup recipes — Refinery29
- Mark Wahlberg is filming that Wahlburgers reality TV show — Eater
- 22 recipes sure to make you an anchovy lover — HuffPost Taste
- Whole Foods apologizes after security guard incident — Delish
- You'll never guess who loves airplane food — Zagat
Here at YumSugar HQ, we like to eat seasonally, but with the vast abundance of fruits and vegetables available, it can be a little tricky to keep track of what's available when. While one could always just take a stroll through the market to find out what's in season, we'll be turning to this comprehensive glossary in order to plan our menus ahead of time.
We've often talked about the wines we're crushing on; likewise, sudsy brews have had their moment in the sun. But this week we're changing things up a bit. In the interest of warming up from chilly weather and the ubiquitous resolution to eat more mindfully — also, we really like tea — we thought it was high time to feature the teas that have us coming back for sip after delightful sip. Keep reading for our top picks, ranging from chocolate and chili-laced chai to an Amazonian herbal treat.
If you're curious about how to construct the easiest carnitas tacos, try these five-minute pork belly-filled tacos courtesy of thecondochef.This is me using up some grilled pork belly leftovers — just (lazily) shredded and refried them, added barbecue sauce, and stuffed them in tacos! So yummy, and it took just five minutes.
For more — including the recipe — check out her blog, and then be sure to share your food photos in the YumSugar Community or by starting your own blog. If you're on Instagram, then chime in on the conversation with the hashtag #savorysight.
Red-carpet fashion and beauty coverage:
- The 99 best accessories from the Golden Globes
- Fashion faceoff: who wore the designer better?
- How to get red-carpet-worthy makeup
- Eye-catching embellishments straight from the Golden Globes red carpet
- Which red dress stole the red carpet at the 2013 Globes?
- Manicure mania from Sunday night's nail-biting award show
- Sofia Vergara's trainer tells us how she keeps her body red-carpet ready
Couples, friends, and the cute moments you may have missed:
- The 100 best snapshots from the Globes
- Check out backstage quotes from Sunday night's big winners
- The 17 most memorable moments you don't want to miss out on
- Amy and Tina's best celebrity jokes of the night
- Celebrity moms and moms-to-be were among the hottest to saunter down the carpet
All the afterparty fun, from Weinstein to InStyle:
On chilly nights, warm up before turning in by drinking a Naughty Nightcap. This cheeky cocktail — which uses Adult Chocolate Milk as its base, along with amaretto, coffee liqueur, and grenadine — is guaranteed to take the term "cookies and milk" to the next level. Watch the video, then print out the recipe for sweet dreams all night long. On Brandi: Edward Avedis
- Eight really questionable celebrity chef endorsements — Zagat
- The Girl Scouts' "better-for-you" Mango Creme cookies — HuffPost Food
- Hot kitchen design trend: tea brewers — Food Republic
- Go crazy for curry this season — Delish
- Coca-Cola's surprising new campaign — Grub Street New York
- Are star chefs' cookbooks intimidating and pricey? — Eater
- Three chicken soups for the soul — Tasting Table
Did you make a resolution to pick up a few new culinary tricks this year? If so, the first place to start isn't necessarily a cookbook full of complicated recipes. Rather, learn basic cooking techniques and knife skills first; all the recipes that follow are guaranteed to be much easier. To help you out, we've got a series, Know Your Techniques, wherein we introduce you to important culinary know-how. Keep reading for a few suggestions to get you on your way to culinary excellence.