If you’re like me and you see “massaged kale” on the menu you laugh thinking it’s an inside chef joke. Apparently it’s a real thing. Bon Appétit writes:
In some cases, massaging kale is an important step on the road to kale salad perfection. But when do you need to do it, and when do you not?
Source: What’s the Deal with “Massaging” Kale?
Get Ready to Eat Incredible Food During Chicago Restaurant Week January 26–February 8.
Source: Chicago Restaurant Week 2018
21 Best Recipes 2017 Your Most Favourite And Most Tried 21 Best Recipes, 2017! Now that 2017 is coming to a close, I’ve gone back into the archives to find 21 Best Recipes of 2017! The MOST loved recipes by YOU. PLUS, with each recipe I’ve included some of the comments left by YOU, my AMAZING readers!
Source: 21 Best Recipes 2017
The Superbowl is coming…
Mini hot ham and cheese sliders sliding into your life like a hot knife through butter. So cheesy, addictive, and GOOD.
Source: Mini Hot Ham and Cheese Sliders Recipe
From Chef in Training:
This Eggnog Fudge is creamy, smooth and has such a delicious holiday flavor. The eggnog really jazzes up such a simple fudge recipe and fills each bite with remarkable holiday spices. It is so simple to whip up and makes for a great treat for all to enjoy!
Source: Eggnog Fudge
101 Cookbooks writes:
Because I’ve been experimenting with the Instant Pot quite a bit lately, I’ve been getting a lot of questions. Many times my answer is a link. A link to a video, or a link to a recipe, or technique. So! I thought I’d compile all those helpful links into one list.
Source: 40 Essential Instant Pot Links
Did you know that eating black eyed peas on New Years Day is considered by many to bring wealth and prosperity in the new year? This black eyed peas recipe is a twist on the more traditional southern version (Hoppin’ John), which typically uses ham hocks and collard greens.
Source: Black Eyed Peas with Spinach and Bacon