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Unjustly pulled?

Unjustly pulled?

Twitter lit up when Bloomberg Business announced that Target grocery pulled Hampton Foods off shelves. Typically recalls and pulls follow uproarious investigations and findings but this uproar came from the lack of any visible need to pull the products. Founded in 2011 by Joshua Tetrick and Josh Balk, Hampton Creek,...

H.R. 610 does away with moderation and nutrition

H.R. 610 does away with moderation and nutrition

It’s no secret parents rarely have time to hunt down nutritious meals and kids clamour for easy sweets and loads of calories in most cases, but some older laws made sure to put nutritional lunches at the front of parents minds. School lunch creators also once had to work a...

As easy as red, white and blue.

As easy as red, white and blue.

Nearly every country claims meat and potatoes. In snooping around, it was difficult to establish a first-appearance of the combination and every culture has a twist and spin. Thanks to Tin Tongue and Bob (who made this for me two nights ago as I still recover from surgery), both demographically...

Homemade peanut sauce is in town

Homemade peanut sauce is in town

For years, one newser (a FoodNewsie reader that is) had remembered fondly a Rama Chicken from a long shuttered eatery. So often did this diner feast on the dish that the owners, notoriously tight with the sauce, began serving extra by the bowl when she came to eat! When a...

Roast vegetables with lamb roast

Roast vegetables with lamb roast

Here’s a picture of that lamb roast we keep writing about. When the roast became parts of a Cottage Pie, these vegetables joined it. Quartered lengthwise, these three veggies came out tasting their best and made an incredible presentation and impression. Parsnips came in a bag by the pound and...

Leftover roasts to Cottage Pies

Leftover roasts to Cottage Pies

Cottage Pie is synonymous with Shepard’s Pie in that it’s a meat pie, of Beef or Lamb, with a crust of mashed potatoes. These Cottage Pies came from a night of roast Lamb and vegetables and I’ve got two things to discuss with you: Flavor pairings for Lamb that are...

Easter Apple Chutney for Pork or Ham

Easter Apple Chutney for Pork or Ham

Though mostly Pear, we’ve gone and created something in the FoodNewsie Kitchen Labs that’s a keeper and wormed its way into the annual tradition of Easter dinner: Easter Apple Chutney. We don’t often have exclusive recipes, so this was a pretty big score made more so by the two other...

Add a little edge...

Add a little edge...

So we were struck the other day by this heavy tin from Bakalicious that has 12 brownie chambers promising that each will have that which brownie slayers eveywhere crave. Edges. We all know the edges are the best. They counter hot chocolate softness with a cracker-like crunch that’s crisply baked...

Shrug off lamb shoulders

Shrug off lamb shoulders

When searching for a recipe that would pair well with a gifted wine, an initial recommendation came to try roasted lamb. The deep, smoky notes of the thick, red wine would blast in and wash the mouth with components and depth that the lamb alone couldn’t provide. But lamb? Isn’t...

The trouble with condiments

The trouble with condiments

Aren’t we all looking for a way to slow down, unplug and do something meaningful for ourselves and community or family? Then how about tackling condiments? They’re the craziest damn things to make in the kitchen, last weeks on end, get used in tons of stuff we’d rather make and,...

Real Mashed Potatoes in a hurry

Real Mashed Potatoes in a hurry

The presence of a “Instant” Mashed Potatoes might well fool a man into thinking that the dish requires some extraordinary amount of time. Isn’t ten minutes with powders and milk and heat and whipping the same as ten minutes with potatoes and heat and flavor? A nice, reasonably intelligent and...

Sausage and Spinach quick Calzones

Sausage and Spinach quick Calzones

Calzones are great and greater still when they take just minutes to put together. This recipe review suggests alterations you could consider making to Taste of Home’s Five Ingredient recipe which was our base. We picked Hot Italian Sausage links and removed the case to heat up the meat loose....

Prep a Windfall of Loin Ribs

Prep a Windfall of Loin Ribs

Some sales are too good to pass and pork loin ribs for less than $3 bucks a pound is such a sale. Grace your diet by preparing ribs for a later, spontaneous consumption off the grill. The hot, new trend once the FDA allowed it years ago was for...

A Vegetable Side of Seasoning

A Vegetable Side of Seasoning

The stem, which looks like but isn’t a bulb, of Fennel can be treated as a vegetable in a pinch. Fennel is highly aromatic as an herb and perennial making it a great unexpected and uncommon inclusion in a meal any time of year.

Roasting might not be everyone’s first choice...

Pie Crust Variations and Hand Pie Fillings

Pie Crust Variations and Hand Pie Fillings

A balanced pie crust recipe is supposed to result in a light, golden, flavor-neutral crust that’s flaky, sometimes buttery and all the time supposed to hold things together. This author delivered a disaster for Christmas Eve’s Dessert, Apple Pie with Crumble Top. The crust was great, but the filling had...

Triple badass to the core

Triple badass to the core

Peeling apples is kitchen punishment for people you need to keep busy. With a cheap, vintage-style apple peeler, though, peeling apples will become the kitchen reward! Remember how much fun it was sharpening a pencil in grade school? Relive the joy and put that same round and round motion to...

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