Articles Tagged ‘recipe’

Recipe: Traditional (and Romantic!) Cheese Fondue

Recipe: Traditional (and Romantic!) Cheese Fondue February 10, 2012 | Food Lovers | Read More
These days “fondue” is used to describe any food dipped into a communal bowl of hot stuff – whether it be oil to cook meat, chocolate to dip strawberries, or the classic, cheese fondue. The national dish of Switzerland since the 1930s, fondue became increasingly popular after being...

Recipe: Traditional Tom Kha Gai (Thai Coconut Soup)

Recipe: Traditional Tom Kha Gai (Thai Coconut Soup) January 30, 2012 | Food Lovers, Travel Style | Read More
The incredible mix of sweet, tangy, and sour make Tom Kha Gai one seriously addicting soup. Along with the distinctive Thai flavor, tender chicken and creamy broth provide this perfect-for-cold-weather dish a hearty texture. Aside from a few specific items, most of the ingredients can be found at any...

Foodie Friday: Carne Asada Recipe

Foodie Friday: Carne Asada Recipe June 10, 2011 | Food Lovers | Read More
Carne asada is a staple in Latin food served throughout Mexico, Central America, and the US. The name directly translates to “grilled meat”, but anyone who’s tasted it knows carne asada is way more than its simple name suggests.¬†Flavorful, juicy, and loaded with spices, carne asada...