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Dining In & Out: Bowled Over

  • Mary Brown Malouf
  • Food
  • Jan 4, 2019
laziz salad bowl, buddha bowl campos coffee, forbidden rice bowl creek tea

When it comes to one of today’s hottest food trends, it’s all in the mix.  Everything in one bowl—it’s an ancient way of eating that is thoroughly modern. American meals used to be served in compartments—distinct servings of meat, green vegetable, yellow vegetable and potatoes. Some of us remember school cafeterias plates divided into sections…

4 Flavorful Twists on Cranberry Sauce

  • Mary Brown Malouf
  • Food
  • Dec 18, 2018

Court the cranberry with our four favorite recipes to mix the sauce up this holiday season.  The tartness and color of cranberries are a necessary complement to rich holiday menus – roast turkey, a duck and goose all benefit from the mouth-puckering acidity of cranberries. But why not try something new? These easy-to-make variations on…

Baked Apple: Easy and Sweet

  • Megan Bartholomew
  • Food
  • Nov 20, 2018

Sensational and simple to make, baked apples are among the season’s most delicious desserts. Fall Baked Apples Ingredients: -bushel of your favorite flavor – 1 cup brown sugar -1 cup crushed walnuts -1 cup dried fruit -1 cup butter, separated into tablespoons. 1. Core a large apple and fill with a mixture of equal parts…

Bread Winners: Fall Cornbread Tips

  • Brad Mee
  • Food
  • Nov 19, 2018

Corn bread is an autumn staple, coupling with chili, stuffing turkeys and siding bowls of soup. Why not expand its appeal with add-ons and stir-ins? Jalapeno + Scallions + Cheese  Mince 3 seeded jalapenos. Grate 6 oz. sharp cheddar cheese. Slice scallions to make 1/3 cup . Stir all ingredients into the batter at the…

Top It Off: Amp Up your Pumpkin Pie

  • Utah Style & Design
  • Food
  • Nov 15, 2018

Four easy-to-make toppings that will give your pumpkin pie a punch of panache. Pumpkin pie, a staple at every American holiday table, is most often served with pioneer plainness – no lattice, no streusel, no upper crust or crumble. But there’s no law against prettifying your pumpkin. And the easy secret is, you can buy…

Taste Test – Apples to Apples – Honeycrisp or SweeTango?

  • Mary Brown Malouf
  • Food
  • Oct 4, 2018

For years, Honeycrisp apples have reigned supreme—the advent of Honeycrisp apples in the grocery stores was the produce equivalent of Le Beaujolais est arrive in the wine stores. This year, there’s a challenger. Behold the SweeTango. SweeTango Apples are being hailed as the successor to the mightyy Honeycrisp. I was sent a sampling of six SweeTango Apples, wrapped and cushioned as…

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