We absolutely love Mediterranean cuisine, and this hearty halibut and couscous stew is loaded with tremendous amounts of flavor. What’s even better? This stew is loaded with nutrients and vitamins that are sure to keep you full and energized! Plus, you can prepare this recipe with a few ingredients and in a short amount of time. This makes an absolutely perfect lunch to serve on the weekends! Just pair it with some toasted pita bread and hummus, and you have a great Mediterranean meal!
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These unbelievably creative and mouth-watering treats just won $1,000,000!
Yes, you read that right! Just a few hours ago, live on The Chew, the Pillsbury Bake-Off grand prize winner was announced. The million dollar recipe is called “Peanutty Pie Crust Clusters” by talented home cook Beth Royals.
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This weekend marked the 2014 New York City Wine and Food Festival. It was four delicious days filled with top chefs, delectable cuisine, and bottomless drinks. With a festival this big, it is easy to get overwhelmed! That’s why I have assembled my top 10 tips for navigating a food and wine fest.
Let’s get this party started…cheers!
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Welcome back to day 4 of our summer culinary travel series!
After the hustle and bustle of Istanbul, I headed a few hours outside the city to Turkey’s first and only destination spa – The Richmond Nua Hotel. Located on the shores of Lake Sapanca, this relaxation haven is focused on health and wellness while offering exceptional luxury service.
There’s no need to worry about your waistline when vacationing at Richmond Nua because the hotel and spa offers a unique “Beauty Food” menu. These light, healthy and balanced dining options are designed not only to nourish your body, but let your inner beauty shine through.
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Welcome back to day two of our summer culinary travel series! Yesterday we were in the wine country of California, and now we are going to hop all the way across the country to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Of course, Disney World will always be an iconic location for family travel, but it is also quickly becoming a food-lovers travel destination as well. I recently went back to Walt Disney World and explored five of their new dining options. Make sure to add one or all of these to your next itinerary!
1) Spice Road Table at Epcot
This is a brand new dining option at the Morocco pavilion inside Epcot. The menu is Mediterranean small plates with a waterfront view that is second to none.
Tip: Arrive around 7 or 7:30 for a leisurely meal. Order a pitcher of the sparkling sangria to share and then linger at your table until the Epcot IllumiNations fireworks show. You will have a front row seat to the spectacular display while sipping a fantastic evening cocktail!
Last night I had the great honor of attending the “Oscars” of the food world – the 2014 James Beard Awards! This black tie event awards chefs, restaurants, cookbook authors, tv hosts and food journalists who are tops in their field. From the red carpet to the after parties, I am here to give you the inside scoop!
When I first heard about this “Miracle Berry” and “Flavor Tripping” parties, needless to say, I was skeptical.
The claim is that after eating just one rare African berry, every food you taste becomes as sweet as candy. What? This definitely falls under too good to be true. I mean, is this even legal?
I am here to tell you it is, in fact, true. And, of course, completely legal.
Ok, I’m just going to say it.
Brussels Sprouts are the new Kale.
These once maligned veggies are everywhere. Last year’s Kale Chips are this year’s Roasted Brussels Sprouts. Somehow, along the way we all realized one thing. If you prepare Brussels Sprouts properly, they are absolutely delicious.
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I have some exciting news to share with all of you!
After 12 years of living in Los Angeles, I am packing up my house (along with “The Daily Dish” kitchen!) and moving to New York City!!
I am so excited, I can hardly contain myself! (My shipping boxes can hardly contain themselves either – but that’s another story…)
Needless to say, going from a house in Los Angeles to a studio apartment in The Big Apple, I am going to need to downsize. Over the years of cooking and blogging I have accumulated quite a bit of equipment and food styling props. I decided to have a little fun and give away these items to some fellow foodies!
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Last night, I had way too much fun with fondant. If you love watching any of the cake decorating shows like “Ace of Cakes” then this is a television dream come true! Imagine all the tools at your fingertips and free reign to express your cake creativity.
Right here in LA is “Duff’s Cake Mix” a bakery and DIY studio space where kids and adults can gather to decorate cakes like the pros. This was my creation for the evening – it’s a giant toasted marshmallow on-a-stick! It makes sense when you know the cake inside is s’mores flavored.
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