May 28, 2013

Tips for Perfecting Your Corned Beef Sandwich

Every time my grandparents come into town, I’m spoiled with great food. Friday night it was pizza at California Pizza Kitchen and Sunday it was a home-cooked meal of hummus chicken, green beans, mashed potatoes and Culver’s ice cream for dessert. Saturday, the best food day of all, we had corned beef sandwiches for lunch. My mouth waters just thinking about it. My mom only gets corned beef when my grandparents are in town so when I do get the chance to make a corned beef sandwich, it has to be perfect. Now, I’m not usually one to share my food secrets (i’m selfish and like to keep all the savory goodness to myself), but today I’m feeling generous. Read the rest of this entry »

July 24, 2011

How to Cook Corn on the Cob

As a novice cook, I learn something new every day!  That’s why every Sunday from now on, I’m going to be sharing a how-to lesson on something I recently learned!  I know that there are a lot of people out there that are like me, sticking to simple dishes, but trying to improve their kitchen skills.  Let’s learn together and see what we can make!  This week’s lesson: how to cook corn on the cob. Read the rest of this entry »

May 11, 2011

10 Fruit and Vegetable Staples of Mexican Cuisine

There’s corn in most tortillas, tomato in most salsas and avocado in almost every guacamole recipe. Those are just a couple of the popular fruits and veggies of Mexico. Can you guess what the other seven are? Keep reading and we’ll share the secret with you!
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March 29, 2011

Elite 8: (2) Tomato vs. (4) Corn

Strawberry beat spinach to make it into the Final Four!

Our heavy-hitting summer fruits are all out, and now it’s up to a vegetable to make summer the top season. But will it be tomato or corn in the Final Four? Cast your vote now!

Need more information before you cast your vote? Check out our best tomato and corn recipes below!
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