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Healthy dinner ideas
Healthy dinner ideas

Dinner is all about enjoying delicious, nutritious food that’s easy to prepare and gets everyone together around the table.A comforting dish with attitude is what this dinner is all about. Fresh herbs, feta, lentils, rice and raisins, stuffed into aubergines and baked in a lovely, sweet tomato sauce – it’s simple, flavour-packed perfection.

Here's Where You Can Get Totally Free Coffee on National Coffee Day September 29
Here's Where You Can Get Totally Free Coffee on National Coffee Day September 29

Mark your calendars: September 29 is National Coffee Day. On this day, many of our favorite coffee establishments will be having special promotions for free cups of java.The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf will be offering a free 16-ounce cup of hot or iced coffee to its customers all day long, with the purchase of a food or bakery item over $2.

"Milk Slice" Cake

At one point last year many girls from here were making sliced ​​milk cake..it took a long time for me to dare and I don't know why..it's very simple and the result is good.I've already executed it twice ..I chose the cake option because I celebrated my brother last weekend but also because I bought the countertops not having the courage to start the oven yet.

Eight Crazy Nights of Fried Food for Hanukkah
Eight Crazy Nights of Fried Food for Hanukkah

Hanukkah is celebrated in many ways, but most importantly (and deliciously), it’s celebrated by eating fried food.The story of Hanukkah starts with the Maccabees defeating Antiochus, ruler at the time, who had prohibited the practice of Judaism and was trying to destroy the Holy Temple. This temple housed a menorah (candle holder) that was meant to stay lit every night.

Rethinking Tiki: How to Do Tropical Escapism Better
Rethinking Tiki: How to Do Tropical Escapism Better

Bartender Ari Daskauskas has never felt comfortable with Tiki. She grew up in Honolulu and attended schools for indigenous Hawaiians. When she began bartending seven years ago, native Hawaiians and people of color comprised most of her professional community.But once she moved to Los Angeles and then New York, Daskauskas realized that the average American mainlander—and bartender—didn’t understand what it means to be Hawaiian or Polynesian, let alone the past and present struggles of indigenous Oceanic people.

Blogger Spotlight: Cooking on a Budget
Blogger Spotlight: Cooking on a Budget

This week, we’re proud to feature Patty Anderson from Cooking on a Budget in the Blogger Spotlight. For those new to the column, every Friday, we highlight a member of The Daily Meal’s Culinary Content Network, a limited group of bloggers who write about food and drink.We look to this group of talented food writers for inspiration and participation in The Daily Meal, whether for restaurant recommendations or new recipes to try out for dinner.

Beetroot for salad
Beetroot for salad

Beetroot is a champion in the fight against cancer, very resistant to cold and an excellent aid for the body in the cold season. It is very good for children's health since the uterine life. It is very rich in B vitamins, especially folic acid, as well as trace elements.

Sour cherry jam
Sour cherry jam

The cherries are washed and the seeds are removed. They are put in the pot for jam, alternating the cherries with the sugar, a layer of sugar on top, and they are left in the fridge until the next day to leave their syrup. until the sugar melts and then on the right heat for about 2 hours. From time to time take the formed foam.

Your Cold Brew Coffee Might Have a Lot More Caffeine Than You Think
Your Cold Brew Coffee Might Have a Lot More Caffeine Than You Think

You might not want to drink a whole bottle in one sittingShutterstockIt& 39;s best to buy a concentrate and make sure it& 39;s well-diluted.If you’ve ever cracked open a bottle of cold brew and downed it like any other iced coffee, you’ve probably noticed that the resulting caffeine buzz is far more substantial than what you probably expected.

Stranger in the Alps
Stranger in the Alps

This riff on the Negroni features an Italian alpine amaro that adds a minty, pine essence to this fall cocktail.Clear Creek Douglas Fir brandy1 1/2 oz Juniper gin1 oz Carpano Antica Formula vermouth3/4 oz Campari1/4 oz Braulio AmaroSaltGarnish: Lemon pigtailRinse a rocks glass with Douglas Fir brandy.

5 Amazing Scottish Snacks You Never Knew Existed
5 Amazing Scottish Snacks You Never Knew Existed

The Scots eat a lot better than you might thinkShutterstockTunnock& 39;s products are absolutely legendary.For most Americans, the thought of Scottish food most likely conjures an image of haggis, the mixture of sheep innards, oats, and spices cooked inside a stomach and eaten alongside “tatties and neeps,” or mashed potatoes and turnips.

Maple Syrup Pork Roast
Maple Syrup Pork Roast

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees with the rack in lower third of oven.Whisk the oil and the salt-free garlic powder together and rub it all over the pork roast. Then, a handful at a time, pat the roast with the crushed peppercorns until the roast is completely covered.Place the pork in a roasting pan and cook for 15 minutes.