National Popcorn Day is January 19. Celebrate by popping a variety of flavors, from savory to sweet. Get these recipes and more at pinterest.com.
Kids love gross things, right? It’s an innate fascination. And who doesn’t love to play in the kitchen mixing up all manner of random concoctions?
Give your children the opportunity to indulge their curiosity this Saturday at the downtown library for the Gross Gourmet Cooking Class. Kids will get to make disgusting creations and then eat them! What could be better? And maybe if you’re lucky they’ll share their recipes with you.
Class takes place this Saturday January 19 from 2pm – 3pm. For more information call 501-918-3057.
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Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and we’ve got a great idea for a simple way to spruce up traditional cranberry sauce. This cranberry salsa recipe from Southern Living is easy to make and only takes a few minutes to whip together. Continue reading
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One of the funnest things about food-writing online is getting to look at so many beautiful photographs of food. After all, cooking can be an art! Continue reading
It’s the perfect time of year for kale, and this simple dish from the food blog Dinner: A Love Story, takes under thirty minutes and requires only one pan! A great dish for a school night. Continue reading