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The origins of goulash have been traced to the 9th century, to stews eaten by Magyar (Hungarian) shepherds. Before setting out with their flocks, the shepherds prepared a portable stock of food by slowly cooking cut-up meats with onions and other … Continue reading
I’ll bet you think crepes originated in France. Being of Scottish and Irish descent, I must tell you that crepes first originated in Brittany, a former Celtic kingdom, which is now a northwest region of France. Today, crepes are considered … Continue reading
I was talking to a foodie friend the other day and she asked, “What’s the difference between a quiche and a frittata?” It’s not that she didn’t know but was testing me to see if I knew.
Did you know that February 4th is National Stuffed Mushroom Day? This is not to be confused with National Mushroom Day, which is celebrated on October 15th of each year.
I’ve posted recipes with butternut squash and other recipes with cremini mushrooms. I have not thought, until now, to combine the two.
Chanterelle mushrooms are a good source of protein and fiber in addition to containing a substantial amount of B vitamins, copper, and other minerals. One cup of raw mushrooms has about 20 calories. Perhaps best of all, this mushroom goes well … Continue reading