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Reflections from An Evening with Ina Garten

By Lori Rodgers – I wouldn’t be surprised if most Flavors & More readers know more about Ina Garten than I do. For now, that is. On a tip from an industry insider and friend (Chef Judi), I took advantage of the opportunity to see the Barefoot Contessa in Tampa recently. I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect and I was so busy in the weeks preceding the date that I neglected to invite a guest. So I...

MyRedBag – Dinner Solved. Shopping Easy.

By Jon Broderick – I grew up in an Italian family that believed the experience surrounding food should be much more than the final act of eating. Deciding what to cook, everyone contributing ingredients, and the cooking itself were social experiences that brought my family and friends closer, and made the meal itself that much more enjoyable. But since going out into the world myself, often my cooking aspirations are...

Soup to The Rescue

By Marsha Fottler – Cold days, frosty nights and you’ve got too much to do during this Holiday season. Preparing a delicious evening meal that will warm hearts and tummies seems like a nice but distant dream. It’s positively soup time. You can make it the night before while you’re wrapping gifts or doing laundry. Or you can make it in the afternoon and let soup simmer while you vacuum or order gifts online. Use a slow...

Five Secretly Amazing Beer Cities Around the World

Break away from the typical beer-tasting vacations and explore a world of new flavors When most people plan a “beer-cation,” certain cities and countries immediately come to mind: Munich, Germany; Brussels, Belgium and Dublin, Ireland, for example. Millions of Americans flock to these cities every year for their great beer and beer culture. And rightly so: Just outside Munich is the world’s oldest brewery, Weihenstephan....

Review: The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen: A Fresh Take ...

By Abby Weingarten Think you’ve already absorbed everything there is to know about Jewish cooking? Well, even my Bubbe could learn something from this book. Amelia Saltsman’s fresh take on traditional, authentic and old-fashioned recipes brings Jewish cuisine into the modern age. As our culture moves into a locavore mindset, this book is the perfect complement to that contemporary culinary way of thinking. It is an...

Review: Lost Recipes of Prohibition: Notes from a ...

By Abby Weingarten Conjuring up images of speakeasy sneak-arounds and bathtub gin, Matthew Rowley’s Lost Recipes of Prohibition is as much a cookbook as it is an indulgent secret diary. Learn how to whip up bitters, triple secs and cocktails with the ease of a backroom bartender, and feel like you’re getting away with something wonderfully forbidden. Inside the book are 100 formulas from the American Prohibition era that...
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