Dawn is still another cup of coffee away when Jo Anne Smith walks the short distance from her house to the strawberry patch. You can barely make out the rows of plants, let alone the fruit hiding beneath them, but Smith and her small crew are ready to begin picking as soon as they see red.
Red means ripe berries and Smith, owner of Smith’s Berry Farm near Payette, only
A trip to India couldn’t be easier. This Indian twist on a family staple, chicken brings the exotic flavors of fenugreek, garam masala and cumin to your kitchen. I asked my friend, Jyotika Bahree to share a recipe from her native India. She sent me the following that I pass on to you. Don’t be intimidated by the list of ingredients. as a they are readily available at a well
It’s that quintessential convergence of football, friends and food. This time of year, in stadium parking lots across the nation, sports fans gather hours prior to kickoff in a pre-game celebration of camaraderie and cuisine (and maybe a little beer). It’s tailgate season.
When the tradition actually got its start, or how many iterations of tailgating it has taken to reach this modern day version is difficult to pinpoint. The
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Two of my all-time favorite foods are pancakes and bacon. So why not put them together into one item? Take the salty and smoky taste of the bacon, put it into the doughy, sweet batter of the pancakes,