Do you have a hankering for some spicy Jamaican Jerk Chicken? Before you begin, make sure that you are preparing the meat safely! Chicken, the base of so many wonderful meals. Loved by old, young, rich, and poor, alike. It goes in our sandwiches, makes […]
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Budget meal making is a hot topic these days. Making meals that are inexpensive is something many families are striving for — including mine. Having them taste good or maybe even restaurant quality while still not eating a huge hole in your budget can be […]
By Daina Falk Shaun White, America’s most famous snowboarder, has competed in three consecutive Winter Olympic Games. And he’s got two gold medals to show for it. Pretty remarkable if you ask me. Shaun has publicly shared that his favorite cuisine is Chinese, so I […]
Hi Mountain Seasonings recently introduced four new wine-based Finishing Sauces in Chardonnay, Merlot, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. I was fortunate enough to score samples and tried one out last night. I chose the Chardonnay Finishing Sauce, which “showcases the classic French pairing of chardonnay […]
Recipe from Whole Body Reboot by Manuel Villacorta, HCI Books/December 2014 – ISBN: 9780757318214. Read an interview with the author here. Ingredients: 2 cups shredded roasted chicken 1 avocado, peeled, pitted and cubed 2 green scallions, finely chopped 1/2 cup chopped cilantro 2 Tablespoons low-fat […]
Tomorrow The Year of the Rat begins, so I thought it would be a nice touch to talk a little about one of my favorite cuisines — Chinese!
There are few festivities that are felt around the world on quite the grand scale as that the Chinese New Year. In fact, I really feel for all those people in China who might not make it home for the holiday because of the dreadful weather.
This is an event that affects people all around the globe and the celebrations are quite exotic and a lot of fun for everyone involved. (Did you know that now is the time to put into place new feng shui remedies? If not, you might check out my dear friend Anna Maria Prezio at fengshuiharmony.net.)
One thing that many outsiders may not realize is that several of the aspects of the Chinese New Year celebration have a very specific purpose and meaning — including the food! Whether you are Chinese are not, I know very few people in the world that couldn’t use a small degree of good fortune to make things in their worlds run a little more smoothly.