Medearis, a television chef known as the Kitchen Diva, has written 107 books. Many are children’s books, but she also is a cookbook author focusing on both the historic roots of African American cookery and healthy eating like The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook: 150 Healthy, Delicious Recipes for Diabetics and Those Who Dine with Them. But she didn’t start off to be a cook.
No matter whether it's the holiday season, there's alway time to make--and eat--great German cookies.
This February is the celebration of Purim, the Jewish holiday honoring Queen Esther of Persia who in 5th century BCE stopped the massacre of the Hebrew population by acknowledging […]
Find comfort during these trying times by trying several classic dishes from Lithuania. All are easy to make and sure to please.
Thom and James Elliott have curated Pizza, an amazing book that’s totally about pizza from recipes for such stunning varieties like Mortadella & Pistachio pie to city guides on where […]
From Zürich to Lugano in Under Two Hours: From Winter to Time in the Mediterranean Sun on Lake Lugano
Lugano, the largest town in Ticino, is located in the very heart of breathtaking mountain and lake landscapes, and offers year-round a fascinating mix of culture, cuisine and Mediterranean joie de vivre; plus also has some news for the cold season.
The Poilâne Bakery, founded in 1932 and famed for their wonderful breads, continues to be located at their flagship store at 8 rue du Cherche Midi in the 6th arrondissement […]
I had thought that dude ranches, the kind of places out west where you’d go to spend time galloping across the plains or desert with a background of mountain ranches, […]
Fajitas, that sizzling grilled seasoned meat served with salsa, tortillas and guacamole, is the result of the creativity of Mexican vaqueros who back in the early 1930s were given a […]
With MIDWEST MADE, Shauna Sever offers bold recipes for treats we’ve come to know as all-American—from Bundt cakes to brownies—most traced to German, Scandinavian, Irish, Polish, French, Arab, and Italian immigrant families that came to call the American Midwest their home.