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Posts for November 14th 2012
Happy National Pickle Day! Before Winter sets in, get your hands on some fresh produce and start pickling it for the Winter. While cucumbers are the obvious choice, try pickling carrots, green beans, and even fruit like pears. Once you've mastered a basic brine, expand your repertoire to Japanese, Mexican, Korean, and more international takes on pickling. Keep clicking to get pickling!
Family members and longtime friends often take great amusement at my career of choice, as I was a remarkably picky eater in my early years. I was no run-of-the-mill fussy child; until my teens, I turned my nose up at even the most basic, revered, and seemingly inoffensive of comfort foods: mashed potatoes. Perhaps I was prejudiced against the delightful spud due to an early negative experience — in the wrong hands they can be reminiscent of wallpaper paste — yet still, of all of my food phobias I've overcome, this might be the craziest and most embarrassing.
Since that first revelatory bite, I've devoured them with relish and have experimented with all sorts of novel add-ins, but I keep coming back to their most simple, unadorned iteration. Bolstered by naught but cream, butter, and salt, this pared-down side might not sound like much to write home about, but don't let that dissuade you. Rather, these are the essence of potato and more than worthy of your Thanksgiving table this year.
Can't wait for Turkey Day to be here already? Well, then you've lucked out, because this year, Thanksgiving's come early — online, at least. Food Network's brought together some of the country's top food outlets for a virtual holiday feast. From cocktails and appetizers to main dishes and desserts, this meal's got it all — and each recipe is one that you can re-create yourself at home. November feels like high comfort-food season, so we selected a contemporary take on a squash casserole to gobble down at this year's feast. See what the rest of our friends are bringing to the table when you read more.
- 10 crazy awesome cupcakes from across the US — Zagat
- Reactions to the Times's zero-star review of Guy Fieri's restaurant — Grub Street New York
- Obama will receive a $300,000 white truffle as a reelection present — Delish
- Plan a gluten-free Thanksgiving — HuffPost Taste
- Watch a preview of Anthony Bourdain's new CNN show — Eater
- Use this chart to decide what to bring to Thanksgiving — Chow
- Petraeus scandal's Jill Kelley starred in Food Network's Food Fight — New York Post
From exotic meats like venison and wild boar to cookbooks and kitchen gear to inspire his culinary adventures, we've rounded up our favorite picks for the man in your life. While some are definite splurges, we've also included surefire stocking stuffer hits, plus everything in between.
Next time you're craving Indian food, skip the takeout in favor of homemade curry, like this chicken tikka masala from Dmash.
I've been on a major Indian Food kick lately. As I've mentioned before, I'm basically obsessed with rice. So anything tasty that I can pour over the top or mix in with a vat of brown rice? I'm down. Fortunately for me, Indian Food is rice's best friend. So naturally, this chicken tikka masala recipe had me head over heels for it. This yummy dish will warm you up for the upcoming cold nights ahead.
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