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- Kathryn Ireland on joining Million Dollar Decorators and her design life in LA
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Posts for June 16th 2011
Naturally gluten-free, bánh xèo are simple, savory crepes made from rice flour and coconut milk. Served warm and filled with cool, crisp vegetables, herbs, and drizzled with a spicy-salty sauce, they will blow your mind with flavor and texture achieved with very little effort.
We're currently en route to the Aspen Food and Wine Classic, and we can't wait to see what the star-studded lineup of chefs has in store for us this year. In years past, we've learned everything from how to throw a party to how to cook a steak from some of our favorite celeb chefs. See some of our most memorable lessons below!
I'm not too surprised that a majority of you prefer cupcakes over macarons at weddings. For those of you into Savory Sights, I thought I'd round up some pretty examples of wedding cupcakes. If you're tackling the big-day treats yourself, we particularly love these five options: lemon meringue cupcakes, Vietnamese coffee cupcakes, hummingbird cupcakes, brown sugar-pecan cupcakes with caramel frosting, and tiramisu cupcakes. Otherwise, start clicking to be inspired!
Photo by Lisa Pearce
Although I've seen recipes where a leafy head of romaine is placed on the grill, I had never tried the technique until last weekend. I'm not sure why I was turned off by the thought of grilled romaine, but let me assure you I'm a grilled-lettuce convert now that I've eaten it.
This salad is amazing! The grill chars some of the leaves until crisp while others are in different stages of wilt. Let the romaine cool a little before tossing it with the other ingredients. I used grilled eggplant and zucchini, but any veggies would be delicious.
You could also toss the greens with grilled fruit, salty cheese, cooked protein, crunchy croutons — really the possibilities are endless. For extra-smoky flavor, grill the lemon before making the vinaigrette. Read on, for the recipe.
Although the weather is finally warming up, Dara8182's chicken and bean stew looks mighty good, doesn't it?
Yum. This satisfying and comforting meal is both low-carb and super easy to make! The combo of meat, greens and fresh herbs is both tasty and filling. Best of all it only takes 30 minutes, start to finish.
Confession: I'm tired of the Top Chef franchise. After watching eight seasons of the classic version, two seasons each of Masters and Just Desserts, I had a really hard time getting into the latest installation of Masters. Although the host was Australian hottie Curtis Stone and a handful of different judges were brought in, I wasn't into it at all. However, I did manage to view the finale last night. And I was happy with the outcome; I'm really glad that chef won! Did you catch it? Are you pleased with the winner?
Photo courtesy of Bravo