This time of year I cringe when I walk through the grocery store and see the seasonal displays with spiced apple cider. It’s not that I don’t dig apple cider, ...
It’s What’s Happening Wednesday here at Edible Times, and since this series is still somewhat experimental, I thought I’d share a new food science resource from an Ivy League school that’s FREE, 24/7. You know, for us food-obsessed who want to know how to make those fancy (but actually simple) foam garnishes, or why cinnamon rolls rise the […]
Happy Monday! (I know, yeah right). While you dust off the weekend, I’m pleased to invite you to join me and the fun peeps over at Real Food Family, where I’m guest posting today about new yet simple ways to enjoy the old standbys of chicken and corn. And of course I’ve got plenty of […]
The moment I swipe my calendar app to the month of October, I see nothing but pumpkins. Gourds around the house, gracing the porch, and most importantly, in my mouth. And while the usual seasonal beers have been perched on the shelves for a few weeks now, there’s one pumpkin beer worth seeking out. […]
In order to live up to the name of this blog, please enjoy a new weekly series of posts concerning the latest news and happenings in food, wine and of course all in between. Don’t worry, the recipes for irresistible baked goods are still going to be part of the program here. Just thought we’d just […]
There are some weekends where I wake up and I must have what my family calls “sausage biscuits and gravy”. Don’t ask me why we say the ingredients in those order – it makes more sense to say biscuits and sausage gravy. Maybe it’s because my dad slides a sausage patty in between his biscuit […]
The Run for the Roses is here! This Saturday the Kentucky Derby will showcase all its splendor with the thoroughbred horse races, the glamorous victory lap with a cascading bouquet, and yes, obscene amounts of Kentucky Bourbon. The latter bringing me to my point. Unless you are at the Derby, or near a very talented […]
Farmers’ markets are cropping up nowadays even in the smallest of towns, as the public demand for better quality food continues to simmer. And many food-obsessed (like yours truly) swear by the taste and nutrient content of certain homegrown fruits and vegetables. With that notion, I decided a little one-on-one sparring was in order between […]