Today on @hereandnowradio Kathy Gunst teaches you how to make your own food gifts for the holidays. First up, a @kathygunst family recipe for buttercrunch which keeps for over a week and makes a great gift. (Photo: Jesse Costa/WBUR)
In a world where the kitchens are filled with tupperware, this pantry filled with stainless steel shows how organized and creative kitchens in villages of India are. Also storing food in these canisters and pots is much more healthier than storing in those plastic storage boxes.
If this isn't #foodporn , I don't know what is. Here's a peek at what you'll be seeing, smelling, and tasting at Grandma Lumen's Filipino cooking session this Saturday. We're making #ubehalaya or #purpleyam pudding 😋👵🏼💗 We only have a few spots left in our 12pm session now. Get your tickets at www.CookingWithGranny.TV #GrandmasRecipe#Filipino#Dessert#LikeButter
Folded rivulets of condensed milk to sweeten the purple yam? Mmm, we're all about it. You have 2 DAYS to get your tickets to Grandma Lumen's Filipino ube halaya cooking session. We only have spots left at our 12pm seating (our 2pm is sold out!) Tixx at www.CookingWithGranny.TV. #GrandmaKnowsBest#FilipinoFood#Ube#PurpleYam#NYCEats
Listen to The Egg Wars - npr.org/hiddenkitchens - the latest from Hidden Kitchens: War & Peace & Food.
You've heard of the San Francisco gold rush. But that rush spurred another, lesser-known event: the egg rush. The legions of miners who swept into the region in the 1850s hoping to strike gold all had to be fed. And they needed protein to stay strong. But when food shortages hit, wily entrepreneurs looked for eggs in an unlikely source: the Farallon Islands.
My NPR article about a new comic cookbook called "Cook Korean!" came out today but the recipes have been on my mind all week. So when my high school roommate came to visit, we had to have some Korean BBQ for lunch.