Baking soda is a powdery miracle. Not only is it the secret ingredient to making mashed potatoes fluffy, it can help you make authentic-tasting soft pretzels at home and caramelize onions in half the time. It's actually got lots of surprising uses you might not know about, and ...more
Hops have always been known as the driving force behind beer, but now they're starting to grow their own culinary wings. Slowly but surely, this bizarre and bitter plant is showing up on more and more menus across the country as it catches on as a trendy and up-and-coming ingr ...more
I became a big fan of polenta while studying Italian cooking. Previously, it never occurred to me that ground corn could create a dish that could rival the best pastas or potatoes. Those rich, golden bowls of cornmeal, cooked until tender and flavored with good olive oil, butt ...more
Infographics are lots of fun, so how about illustrated recipes? Recipelook currently indexes 67 recipes and growing. There's a whole range in quality- a selection of my favorite drawings below. Inspired to create your own? They are currently holding a contest for the best hot ...more
In this cooking how-to video celebrity Chef Jon Ashton creates three easy recipes. Watch this video lesson in cooking to learn how to prepare bruschetta, a mashed potato bar and chicken pot pie. He recommends using the help of Joy of Cooking prepared foods.
When you look at an Italian flag, what do you see? Green, white, and red? Well, I see a Caprese salad. And no, I do not need to have my vision checked. It simply means that I have the eyes of a chef. This classic combination of mozzarella, tomato, and basil has been dubbed th ...more
Nutella can be used in many, many recipes, but most prefer it on sandwiches. However, even with Nutella, sandwiches can be pretty boring. That's where these "sweet" Nutella sandwiches come in, which are basically like mini fruit tarts. Use bruschetta bread and fresh strawberri ...more
In this cooking video series, our expert will demonstrate how to make homemade Cream of Mushroom Soup. Sure to beat a canned soup any day, this hearty recipe calls for a variety of vegetables. Served along with homemade bruschetta, our chef will give step-by-step instructions ...more
Learn how to make this tasty finger food by watching this chef. Bruschetta is a tasty light Italian finger food that is not that hard to prepare. This is a great dish for beginners to learn and requires toast, olive oil, tomatoes & basil.
In this how to video the chef shows us how to prepare a menu fit for a pool party and you are invited. Start by grilling a few Rock Cornish Game hens, barbecue potatoes, bruschetta, coleslaw, and an Alabama white barbecue sauce. Enjoy the summer with this extravagant barbecue ...more
Your children need healthy snacks to start teaching them about living a healthy lifestyle, and this recipe is one that everyone can enjoy— not just the kids! Watch to learn a great way to make bruschetta with feta cheese, topped with tomato and fresh basil. It's a delicious It ...more
Bread is beloved by many because it's the perfect accompanyment to a variety of different foods. With a slightly bland flavor (that's a good thing), bread helps to complement richer foods (think about dipping bread into bruschetta, or eating it alongside a caesar salad). If yo ...more
This recipe is inspired by Francis Mallmann's book "seven fires" Creating a simple and elegant dish on the grill, cooked over coals. The burnt tomato bruschetta takes the tomato to a whole new place. By coating the fruit in flavoursome oil and covering in sea salt and ground ...more
Bruschetta is perfect as an appetizer or an afternoon snack. All you need is bread, olive oil, tomatoes, and some spices. The word bruschetta comes from the Italian term "to roast over coals." So, the most important part is to toast the bread. In modern times, a toaster, broil ...more
We've never met a bruschetta that we didn't like; rather, it's always a variation between pretty good and orgasm in our mouth. And from the looks of this burrata bruschetta served with succulent grilled figs, we're thinking this bruschetta is on the higher end of the satisfact ...more
When you think of bruschetta, you probably start thinking about its crispy, drool-worthy texture and the tomato, vinegar, and olive oil dip that usually goes on top. But bruschetta, which is the Italian word for "bread," can actually be topped with anything. Check out this vi ...more
If you've ever been to a wine and cheese party then you know how amazing cheese and fruit taste together. Cheese especially goes well with sweeter fruits like pears and peaches. Make yourself a healthy snack the next time you're getting the craving for yummy noms by checking ...more
House Café offers traditional American food with a heavy Mexican influence. The restaurant is located near Crescent Heights and Beverly Blvd, sandwiched between The Grove and The Beverly Hills Mall. We’ve (wife and I) visited this restaurant several times, here are our impress ...more
Bread is beloved by many for its ability to complement just about any Italian bruschetta, spinach dip, or onion dip. Sandwiches couldn't be sandwiches without bread, and bread is a required foodstuff in a healthy diet. But purchasing the right bread for you requires more than ...more
Cheese, toasted bread, and peaches? We couldn't think of a lovlier combination, or one that sat more adoringly on our tongue. If you're in the mood for an afternoon treat that's both sweet and slightly salty, then this creamy peach brulee bruschetta, topped with burrata cheese ...more
Watch this video to learn how to make a delicious peach and mozzarella bruschetta.