- Learn how to make your own Klondike bars. — Chow
- What makes the Pioneer Woman such a success. — The New Yorker
- One supper club has served a six-course meal on the subway. — Huffington Post Food
- There's been a tomato recall. — Eatocracy
- A photographic look at the Pebble Beach Food and Wine Festival. — Grub Street SF
- Watch the Beyoncé Let's Move music video. — Obama Foodorama
- Is Monday night the best time to host a dinner party? — The Kitchn
- A guide to American barbecue sauce. — Serious Eats
Since the Spring sunshine finally arrived over the long holiday weekend, I indulged with a bit of yummy ice cream topped with strawberries in balsamic vinegar. I must say, it was the perfect way to beat the heat. And even though frozen treats provide a nice cool down, they are not made equally. Think you know the skinny on Popsicles and and Klondike bars? Take my quiz and find out!Take the Quiz
While planning a Father's Day menu, the most important thing to do is ask dad what he wants. The day will be more special if you involve him in the process. Since my dad is a fan of no-fuss classic cuisine, I originally thought to serve him homemade vanilla ice cream with chocolate fudge sauce for dessert.
Then I came across this recipe for vanilla chocolate popsicles and knew I had to make them! When I was little, my dad and I would often share Klondike bars, so making this variation will recreate the memories. While it's simple, the recipe requires time: get started on Friday at the latest. To look at the technique, read more
No one seems to know why, but today is International Polar Bear Day. When I heard that, the first thing I thought of — okay well second, the first thing was Lost — was Klondike Bars. For decades, folks have been enjoying the foil wrapped, polar bear endorsed Klondike Bar. After all, what's not to love about a square of vanilla ice cream en-robed in a chocolate flavored coating?
I don't know if the advertising campaign is still in rotation, but when I was growing up the jingle asked, "What would you do for a Klondike Bar?" While searching YouTube I found some silly parodies of people making their own Klondike bar ads. You can check them out after the jump, and make sure to tell us what you would do for a Klondike bar.
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