This isn’t hyperbole, it’s fact. Chef Dan Vargo of Seagar’s Prime Steaks and Seafood inside the Hilton Sandestin Resort in sunny FLA is the mastermind behind the greatest, richest, most decadent shrimp and grits recipe I have ever tasted, and you will ever taste. Last month, despite never having made […]
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In your opinion, what’s the most iconic taste of childhood? Is it the orange wedge you’d shove in your mouth at halftime of the your youth soccer game, the funnel cake at the county fair, a fresh apple picked off a tree on a cool autumn morning, or a PB&J […]
Not that it takes a tremendous amount of time or effort to whip up a plate of scrambled eggs or to fry one and shove it between two halves of a bagel or in between an everything-flavored Flatout Foldit for a hot breakfast sandwich on the way to school and/or […]
Have you been into a Trader Joe’s store recently? It’s as if a pumpkin patch exploded in there, coating the store’s decorations, the product packaging and the foods themselves in an autumnal hue. I think everything save for the eggs has a new pumpkin spice-flavored alternative on the shelf at […]
It might seem to a casual observer, someone who had once, at some point before this past mid-August, stepped foot in, peered around the corner at, or passed through my kitchen, that all that’s different now is the position of the island and the presence of two Ikea bar stools […]
On this, the 2nd episode of Julie’s Cooking Show, chef Sofia the 9th whips up the Unicornian specialty Lulump. *Recipe is for entertainment purposes only. Please don’t actually make Lulump. Unless you’re a unicorn, then by all means have at it.