- Try this bright and citrusy orange and fennel salad
- Video: Suri Cruise's wild day on set with Katie Holmes
- Katy Perry nails it with her new black shatter polish
- Help! I don't want to be in a friend's wedding
- The best diaper bags for moms of twins
- Behind the scenes with Rachel Roy for Spring 2011!
- Rachel Zoe's 2011 essentials to style up your space
- Print out your own Golden Globes ballot!
- How to deal with an online shopping experience gone wrong
- Tips for first-time skiers or snowboarders
- 25 super cool dogs in shades
- Geeky cookbooks for nerds, comic book, and sci-fi fans
- Portobellos with tomatoes and truffle cheese sauce
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Posts for January 12th 2011
YumSugarTV is new and better than ever this year! Follow along every week as our editor, Katie, shows you what’s going on in the world of top chefs, new recipes, and traditional favorites. From easy drinks and appetizers you can make at home to interviews and cooking demonstrations with celebrity chefs we love, keep watching YumSugarTV for another taste of what’s cooking in our kitchen.
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Half of a fennel bulb, core removed and discarded, thinly sliced
1 avocado, sliced into 1-inch chunks
1/3 cup Kalamata olives, pits removed, cut in half
1 tablespoon white wine vinegar
1 tablespoon fresh-squeezed orange juice
3 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
- In a large bowl, gently toss the orange rounds with the fennel, avocado, and olives.
- In a small jar, combine the vinegar, orange juice, oil, salt, and pepper. Shake well to combine. Taste and adjust seasonings to your liking.
- Pour the vinaigrette over the vegetable mixture. Toss gently to combine. Enjoy immediately.
- Salads, Vegetables
- North American
Just because the holidays are over doesn't mean you can't have a festively decorated kitchen. Be inspired by the season and give your cooking space a snowy makeover. By simply adding a few new pieces, you can brighten your entire look! I love Le Creuset and didn't even know that the famed French enamelware brand had a Winter white collection ($300). If you're not in the market for new pots and pans, consider decorative accents like a Fleur De Lys teapot ($28), ice bucket ($128), or hurricane lamps ($99). Don't forget the power of a fresh bouquet of flowers! A vase filled with white blooms looks stunning and Wintery.
- Taste tested: Taco Bell's Beefy Crunch Burrito. — Serious Eats
- Even without access to LA school cafeterias, Jamie Oliver pushes on. — Eater
- Ruth Reichl and Alice Waters will host the first Good Food Awards this weekend. — Grub Street SF
- Dining at Ina Garten's house. — The Hungry Beast
- Sustainable seafood ratings: are they all just marketing baloney? — Salon Food
- Warm up this Winter with an authentic Swiss meal, raclette. — Huffington Post Food
- Animal rights activists have sued the USDA over the food pyramid. — Slashfood
- New in Japan: the McDonald's Miami Burger. — Riptide 2.0
Since participating in season four, Biesty has been busy doing what she does best: cooking! She's the executive chef at San Francisco's Scala's Bistro. Jen's clearly focused on her career, and her commitment to the craft of cooking is absolutely refreshing.
Will she support fellow fauxhawked chef, Richard Blais? What does she think of Jamie's cook-dodging ways? We're excited to see what she has to say!