In this digital age, why do cookbooks remain in demand? Despite contrary predictions, these types of books continue to do well in the market place. One of the reasons is quality. Readers, it seems, want physical cookbooks. If they don't actually use them in their kitchens, they use them as reference tools and simply for reading enjoyment states Micheline Maynard, a Senior Food and Drink Contributor at Forbes.Read More
Inspired by the original Snickers bar, this decadent homemade version brings me back to riding my bike to Rosie's candy store, and when knee high tube socks, terry cloth shorts and Puma sneakers were cool.Read More
This scone recipe is easy to make and budget friendly and you won't be spending a lot of time in the kitchen. They are delicious for breakfast and also present well as a hostess gift. Don't be afraid to substitute different ingredients for the chocolate, try blueberries or chopped up ham and cheese!Read More
Why haggle with a chicken when you can prepare an healthful and delicious plant-based stew for you and your family?Read More
I revised my grandmother's original recipe, but not the cooking method, which involves copious amounts of oil for frying (don't worry, you can blot the eggplant on paper towels to absorb any excess oil). Needless to say this isn't a low-fat dish, but like most rich foods, it's very satisfying. A little goes a long way!