Posts for May 2009
When you take over the grill tonight, test out a vegetarian barbecue option that's not so redundant: a meatless take on the New Orleans muffuletta sandwich. With crusty bread and warm, caramelized slices of eggplant, zucchini, red bell pepper, and mushrooms, this sandwich is a scrumptious, filling, and nutritious variation of the hearty Louisiana original. For extra creaminess and crunch, you can toast the bread and the provolone on the grill, too. Make this your new favorite veggie sandwich and read more
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- Provoleta is a wonderful starter for an alfresco meal.
- Gail Simmons offers advice for throwing an ultimate — and eco-friendly — wedding.
- Ten inspiring dishes that will make your Summer.
- Can you match these wines to their celebrity makers?
- Spicy spreadable salame is about to become your new favorite treat.
- Party plans a rustic backyard rehearsal dinner.
- Easy, breezy sweet Summer grilled cheese is filled with farm-stand flavor.
Ceviche is a cool and delicious dish in which raw fish is marinated in fresh citrus juice. The acid of the juice "cooks" the fish until it is firm and plump. It's a wonderful Summer course that can be served as an appetizer with tortilla chips or placed atop a bed of greens as an entree. Although it may not be the most authentic Peruvian recipe, this is my favorite rendition of ceviche. It's packed with vibrant colors and crunchy flavors. When making any variation of ceviche, it's important to purchase the most fresh fish available. Using fish that has been previously frozen won't yield the same results. If experimenting with this scrumptious dish popular in Latin America is of interest to you, check out this rewarding recipe and read more
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