Food and Wine

Think Like a Top Chef

Jeremy Ford, the newest Top Chef, drops a lot of dudes and bros in conversation. But if this makes the 30-year-old Florida native seem laid-back, his rivals know otherwise.

16.07.21. 18:04

3 Brain Food Lunches for a Smarter Workday

So, we're not exactly promising mental transcendence, but your lunch can definitely be working harder for you. Eating the right foods can improve your mood, help with memory and even restore lost brain function.

16.07.21. 17:42

How to Make Travis Lett's Killer Aioli BLT

"Let's grab a BLT at GTA." That's the buzz among Angelenos who have waited all year long for a sandwich that Gjelina Take Away sells only when tomatoes are at their peak.

16.07.21. 16:04

This 19th-Century Italian Palazzo is Now a Luxe Bed and Breakfast

While the AdAstra is set in a building and garden that belongs to the Torrigiani’s...

16.07.21. 15:04

This Eco-Friendly Oregon Winery Uses No Electricity or Fuel

A bevy of modern machinery and technology enables most of today's winemaking, but one Oregon vintner is trying to do things the old-fashioned way.

16.07.20. 22:21

Barolo Thieves Plague Piedmont

Fans of Barolo, beware. Within the last few weeks, two of the northern Italian region's...

16.07.20. 22:13

12 Oregon Wines Worth Traveling For

Tennessee native Chelsey Johnson may be the Southeast’s biggest champion of Northwest wines.

16.07.20. 21:58

White Zin, You're Dead to Me!

Last weekend my wife and I attended a dinner party at the home of some friends of ours. The hosts asked me to bring a couple of “fun bottles” for happy hour, and mentioned in passing that there would be five other couples there.

16.07.20. 21:53

At Least One Nutritionist Thinks Eating This Food Prevents Baldness

Japan and India have low rates of baldness. And while some might attribute this to genetics...

16.07.20. 21:36

9 Ways to Imporove Your Knife Skills

The funny thing about great summer cooking is that the best of it involves no actual cooking.

16.07.20. 18:04

The Only Hotel You'll Want to Stay at That Doesn't Have Walls

At 6,463 feet above sea level in the mountains of Graubünden, you'll find amazing views—and a one-of-a-kind hotel experience.[%related]A new concept from the brothers behind Null Stern Hotels redefines the minimal hotel experience.

16.07.20. 15:04

Do Farm Subsidies Cause Diabetes?

A portion of all U.S. tax dollars goes towards supporting farmers financially, which prevents food shortages and shuttered growing operations—something everyone can get behind, right? Not so fast.

16.07.19. 23:54

5 Reasons Peaches and Tomatoes are the Ultimate Summer Pairing

From salads to pasta, here are five excellent ways to combine juicy summer peaches and ripe tomatoes. 1.

16.07.19. 23:34

Corn Ice Cream on a Grilled Corn Cob Is Dominique Ansel's Newest Dessert

Japan generates more than its fair share of quirky culinary items—like the all-black burger or the Big Mac topped with mashed potatoes—but the newest treat in Tokyo is by far the corniest (sorry).

16.07.19. 21:48

Follow Ambitious Food Outside

The Yard’s Park, Washington D.C.Washingtonians are heading to the park on the Anacostia River for seafood towers at Nick and David Wiseman’s new raw bar, Whaley’s.

16.07.19. 18:04

Blue Algae Lattes Are Now a Thing

First there was the green matcha latte. Then came the golden-yellow turmeric latte. What brightly-hued, coffee-free "latte" will next overtake your Instagram feed?

16.07.19. 16:19

A Visit to This Gorgeous London Pavilion is Free

Danish architect Bjarke Ingels has been chosen as this year’s designer of the 16th annual summer pavilion at London’s Serpentine Galleries.

16.07.19. 15:04

The Mathematical Reason Why Diets Don't Work

It's no secret that diet fads and trends—low-carb, low-fat, or gluten-free, anyone?—come and go, and often don't result in significant weight loss.

16.07.18. 23:35

Happy Cows Really Do Make Better Milk

California dairy producers have often claimed their goods superior because "happy cows come from California"—and as it turns out, they might be on to something.

16.07.18. 22:48

70 New Twists on Iconic Duralex Glassware

Marking the 70th anniversary of the iconic ‘Picardie’ glassware by Duralex –...

16.07.18. 22:34

Should We Splurge on Wedding Wine to Impress Oenophile Guests?

Dear Decantress,My fiancée and I are stressing over what wines to serve at our wedding. Most of our guests are like we are—not terribly educated about wine. But one couple we're inviting are very into wine, and know a lot about it.

16.07.18. 21:50

5 Healthy Summer Juices (That Aren't Green)

1. Turmeric Elixir[%image1]This healthy detox juice is spiked with turmeric, which is known for having anti-inflammatory properties.2.

16.07.18. 21:34

What to Do in Provence, France

Cook at Julia Child’s CottageA 30-minute drive from Cannes, and just outside the medieval town of Grasse, Julia’s three-bedroom home is now available to travelers who want to stay and cook in the place that inspired the culinary legend.

16.07.18. 18:04

Dan Kluger's Tips for a Perfect Summer Vegetable Menu

Sift almonds[%image1]Before frying, pass the nuts through a mesh strainer to get rid of the "dust," which tends to burn.Intensify tomatoes [%image2]Season your heirlooms, then let them sit...

16.07.18. 16:04

Take a Vacation to a Surprise Destination

There's already an airline that will fly you to a surprise destination. Now there's...

16.07.18. 15:04

7 Summer Desserts to Make with Yogurt

From beautiful fruit pies to the best cookie salad, here are seven ways to use yogurt for dessert this summer.1.

16.07.17. 16:04

7 Ways to Eat More Mango at Brunch

From refreshing juice to delicious muffins, here are seven excellent ways to get your mango fix at brunch.1. Mango-Tamraind Smoothie [%image1]Unsweetened tamarind paste gives this creamy mango smoothie a nice tartness. 2.

16.07.16. 17:04

6 Ultimate Summer Tomato-and-Mozzarella Salads

Make the most of juicy summer tomatoes and luscious mozzarella.1. Buffalo Mozzarella with Neat and Messy Roasted Tomatoes [%image1]Creamy buffalo mozzarella pairs perfectly with tomatoes roasted two ways.2.

16.07.16. 16:04

A Table at Noma Played Pokemon Go for Their ‘Entire Meal,’ Tweets Rene Redzepi

Now that Pokemon Go has infiltrated the headline of every news article on the internet (Did Mike Pence Join Trump to Expand Pokemon Search Beyond Indiana?)...

16.07.15. 22:42

How to Make Stracciatella like a Top Chef

Stracciatella, the creamy fresh cheese that spills out when you slice into burrata, is the kind of decadent food that dreams are made of. It is soft, pillowy and incredibly versatile.

16.07.15. 18:08

F&W's Top 10 Ice Creams

Alt MilkLaLoo’s, based in Frisco, Texas, uses goat milk to make lush ice creams that are naturally lower in fat and easier to digest than the cow-milk kind.

16.07.15. 17:04

Summer Wine Questions Answered

You love to sail in the summer. 
What are you drinking onboard?Beer is probably the easiest thing to bring on a boat just because it’s in cans, but one day I decided that dry sherry would be a good idea—I’m not sure why.

16.07.15. 17:04

5 Enchiladas That are Perfect for Summer

When it's hot outside and turning on the oven is the last thing you want to do, enchiladas are still a terrific option. 1.

16.07.15. 16:04

There's a Secret Tunnel Under Central Park

One of New York City’s most iconic landmarks, Central Park, is riddled with secrets and trivia.

16.07.15. 15:04

Eating More Cinnamon Could Improve Your Ability to Learn New Things

Cinnamon has long been a spice staple of kitchens everywhere, giving a subtle kick to rolls and breads and other homemade goodies. But as it turns out, the benefits of cinnamon could go beyond its warming flavor.

16.07.14. 19:19

11 French Desserts for Bastille Day

Happy Bastille Day! Celebrate with these incredible French desserts, including fluffy éclairs and beautiful macarons.1.

16.07.14. 19:04

A Cuatro Manos: A Love Letter to Joel Robuchon from 18 Michelin-Starred Chefs

At Puente Romano resort in Marbella, Spain, chef Dani Garcia pulled out his phone to take a selfie with Eleven Madison Park’s Daniel Humm.

16.07.14. 18:05

Science Reveals the Secret Behind Pomegranates' Anti-Aging Power

While pomegranates have long been touted as an anti-aging superfood, there's been very little scientific evidence to back up that claim... until now.

16.07.14. 16:50

My Life in Ice Cream

I first learned that the world could be a wondrous place filled with magical delights when, as a little 
girl in Brooklyn, I walked up to a Good Humor truck.

16.07.14. 16:04

Francis Ford Coppola's Private Island is Taking Reservations

Francis Ford Coppola has successfully conquered the film and wine worlds, and has been making a serious mark on the hospitality world as well.

16.07.14. 15:04

Napa Valley Winemakers Ask Feds for Stricter Label Standards

If there's one thing winemakers take seriously, it's their terroir—especially in America's most famous wine-producing region.

16.07.13. 00:14

What Is Chai, How to Make It and Where to Find It

Chai is a way of life in India. Almost everywhere you go—in trains, on streets, in sari shops—you will see people gulping down the sweet, spicy, milky beverage.In America...

16.07.13. 23:15

8 Over-the-Top French Fry Upgrades for National French Fries Day

Crispy on the outside, tender on the inside and the best friend ketchup ever had, french fries certainly deserve a day of praise. That day is today. It’s National French Fries Day!

16.07.13. 20:04

Starbucks to Raise Wages For All U.S. Employees

Coffee goliath Starbucks made waves this week when it announced that it would raise wages for all United States employees this October. The megachain, which employs roughly 150,000 workers in its 7,600 U.S.

16.07.13. 19:32

Lab Mice Exposed to This Common Food Additive May Get Allergies

Food allergies—particularly to common ingredients like eggs, dairy, and peanuts—can significantly alter anyone's life, but even more so for children and those caring for them.

16.07.13. 18:28

3 Fast Herb Fixes

Start with a blend of any fresh herbs, such as mint, parsley, dill, chives, tarragon, chervil and basil. Then, get creative:1. Blend herbs, lemon juice and sea salt with olive oil and toss into salads or serve with flatbreads.[%image1]2.

16.07.13. 16:04

Have the Time of Your Life at the Real ‘Dirty Dancing’ Hotel

While the fictional Kellerman Resort where Baby (Jennifer Grey) danced the night away with dance instructor Johnny (Patrick Swayze) was set in upstate New York in the 1960s...

16.07.13. 15:04

Everything You Need to Know About Mexico's Secret Morning Cure-All

If you're in Mexico and you feel like getting drunk in the morning, no problem. You could kick back a michelada, a beer-based version of the bloody mary.

16.07.12. 20:03

9 Make-Ahead French Dishes for a Bastille Day Picnic

Though al fresco dining was certainly popular amongst the wealthy in France, it wasn't until the end of the Revolution that the royal gardens and parks were opened up to the public, making picnicking possible for everyone.

16.07.12. 19:04

Here's What the New Pokémon Go Game Has to Do With Choosing a Real-Life Restaurant

Pokémon mania is sweeping America, and even the nation's restaurants aren't immune.

16.07.12. 18:42

Here's What the New Pokémon Go Game Has to Do With Choosing a Real-Life Restaurant

Pokémon mania is sweeping America, and even the nation's restaurants aren't immune.

16.07.12. 18:42

At Eat Retreat, Kathryn Tomajan and Heather Thomason...

In October 2012, during her first year at Eat Retreat, Heather Marold Thomason taught her fellow participants how to kill a chicken.

16.07.12. 17:28

How to Chill Wine Fast

There are a few things in the world that will make wine experts flip out. I once saw a model at a party mix Diet Coke with Château Léoville Las Cases, a famed Bordeaux that runs $175 or so a bottle...

16.07.12. 16:04

Go on an Art Treasure Hunt in Tuscan Wineries

Tuscany has a long tradition of arts patronage and wine production, dating back to the Renaissance and beyond, and still very much alive in the area.

16.07.12. 15:04

Preview: Dominique Ansel and Alex Stupak's Awesome Ice Cream Tacos

Dominique Ansel has only to look at a dessert and it's transformed into something extra wonderful. (That's the way it seems to me, anyway.) Doughnuts become cronuts.

16.07.12. 14:04

How to Eat Corn for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

From fluffy corn cakes to delicious chowder, here's how to enjoy corn at every meal...

16.07.11. 22:27

This Open-Source "Food Computer" Grows Crops in Dire Conditions

Architect and engineer Caleb Harper's farm doesn't look like your average field, lined with seeds and greens.

16.07.11. 21:21

Senate Passes Bill Requiring (Hidden) GMO Labels on Food

In a minor win for those who oppose the use of genetically modified crops in America's food system...

16.07.11. 19:57

These Suprising Foods Could Make You Happier, Study Says

We all know that eating fruits and vegetables makes our bodies healthier—but a new study suggests that feasting on plant foods improves our emotional health, too.

16.07.11. 19:48

Is Drinking Red Wine Really Better For You?

Dear Decantress,I'm very health-conscious when it comes to the foods I eat and wonder what wines I should seek out or steer clear of in that same vein. Are there big differences between red and white wine in terms of health benefits?

16.07.11. 19:02

Tracking Down Vietnamese Craft Beer in Ho Chi Minh City

“Local beer or Tiger?” This is a question you’ll hear frequently if you’re ordering beer in Vietnam (and chances are if you’re drinking alcohol, it’s beer).

16.07.11. 17:58

Lena Dunham Loves Burgers for Breakfast and L.A.'s Vegan Scene

Jell-O RevivalWhen we shot the pilot for Max [Dunham’s upcoming HBO series], I demanded to see 
several kinds of Jell-O molds. All my mom’s ’60s dinner parties revolved around that kind 
of food: Jell-O, clams casino.

16.07.11. 16:04

Beijing is Sinking

Beijing, Venice, and Mexico City have something in common—they're all sinking.A...

16.07.11. 15:04

8 Drinks to Make If You Love a Piña Colada

Celebrate National Piña Colada Day with these eight fantastic piña colada-inspired cocktails.1.

16.07.10. 14:34

9 Ways to Eat More Coconut at Brunch

1. Carrot, Coconut and Zucchini Bread[%image1]This vegetable quick bread is not too sweet to eat in the morning.2. Almond, Coconut and Pomegranate Scones[%image2]You can make these fruity scones in just 30 minutes.3.

16.07.09. 16:04

Cirque du Soleil Takes Over Chefs Club NY

The connection between food and art has never been stronger. A few good examples: food-focused tours at the Met and L.A. Artist-turned-chef Craig Thorton's visually stunning dishes.

16.07.09. 15:04

5 Best Summer Ceviche Recipes

There’s nothing like cold, citrusy seafood in the summer. Here, five amazing versions to make this season.1. Fluke Ceviche with Peruvian Corn[%image1]Seek out rare-in-the-U.S. Peruvian corn for this acidic, refreshing dish. 2.

16.07.08. 23:34

Chef's Table Star Adeline Grattard Comes to Chefs Club NY

Paris-based chef Adeline Grattard's restaurant, Yam'Tcha, features a Zen-inspired dining room and incredible French-Asian dishes such as omble chevalier (a lake fish) with bok choy and ginger.

16.07.08. 23:23

Chef Brags About Secretly Feeding Meat to Vegans, Gets Fired

Today's chefs are no strangers to dietary modifications: gluten-free, allergen-free, vegan, etc.—but what happens when the chef isn't such a fan of a diner's eating regimine? Usually, they make accomodations.

16.07.08. 23:11

Cooking at Home Lowers Your Diabetes Risk, Says Study

We all know the feeling: after a long day, you just can't fathom preparing a meal. But a new study out of Harvard University might make you think twice before eating out or ordering delivery.

16.07.08. 22:59

Do We Really Need to Eat So Much Food Coloring?

When it comes to American cuisine, one flavorless element has dominated ingredient lists for decades—food coloring. The dyes are commonplace in the United States, but that's not the case for the rest of the world.

16.07.08. 22:19

24 Hours in Hanoi

Hanoi eats along the streets. The city’s best meals all take place within a stone’s throw of the curb, at food stalls and casual, open-walled restaurants. Locals congregate on low plastic stools scattered on the sidewalks.

16.07.08. 22:02

Is a Bagel a Sandwich?

In New York, sandwiches are subject to sales tax. And because “sandwich” can be a nebulous term, the New York Department of Taxation and Finance has put out a bulletin detailing what it considers to be a sandwich.

16.07.08. 16:04

This Iconic Sydney Hotel Features Keith Haring-Inspired Furniture

This piece originally appeared on Haring is bouncing off the walls and furniture in an iconic inner city pub in Surry Hills.

16.07.08. 15:04

Unsaturated Fats Are Really Very Good for You, Says Harvard

It's no secret that "good fats" are, well, good for you. But a new study from Harvard University suggests that the benefit of eating healthy...

16.07.07. 23:26

This French Organization Is Helping Refugees Through Food

At a moment when Europe's refugee crisis stands as one of the most controversial subjects across the continent, one French organization is on a mission promote unity...

16.07.07. 23:14

Don't Order These Wines In a Restaurant!

Here’s a question I’d like to send out to the wine directors of the world: Why is there a page in your wine list called “Sommelier’s Selections” when it’s really the “let’s unload these losers” page?

16.07.07. 21:04

How to Pack for Your Honeymoon

This piece originally appeared on on a honeymoon is probably one of the only times in life where everyone encourages you to take a long trip. Of course, my husband and I took full advantage.

16.07.07. 18:34

9 Brilliant Ways to Use Canned Tuna

From pasta to pizza, here are nine terrific ways to use the pantry staple.1. Linguine with Tuna, Walnuts, Lemon and Herbs[%image1]Canned tuna is excellent for quick, last-minute pasta sauces.2.

16.07.07. 18:04

Foreigner’s Kelly Hansen Is Fascinated by Rare Cheese, Has Banned M&Ms on Tour

When Foreigner lead singer Kelly Hansen isn’t performing, he’s mastering the art of soufflé and perfecting the five mother sauces.

16.07.07. 17:58

Rooted in Los Angeles

Today, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo are at the head of a growing restaurant empire that has played a major role in driving a food renaissance in Los Angeles.

16.07.07. 17:31

An Expert's Taipei Restaurant Guide

1. Mume[%image1]This sleek but casual restaurant (one of the first of its kind in Taipei) has three chefs­—a Chinese-American, Hong Kong–Canadian and Australian—who have created modern...

16.07.07. 16:22

Butter's Better For You Than Previously Thought

Butter—a favorite toast topper and pan greaser of people world over—has been making a recent comeback, as the public has re-embraced fat consumption and the golden ingredient with it.

16.07.06. 23:54

Will Brexit Really Destroy British Food?

Much of the increasingly bitter arguments over the recent referendum boiled down not to matters of economics or democracy but to food.

16.07.06. 23:49

Surprise: When You Tax Junk Food, People Buy Less of It

An experimental price hike in Mexico, which added an 8 percent tax on high-calorie junk food, has proven successful according to a new study.

16.07.06. 23:29

Robots Set to Deliver Food in Europe

Robots have begun to infiltrate the food world on all levels—from replacing farmers in Japan to slinging drinks behind the bar.

16.07.06. 23:20

9 Super-Easy Recipes for National Fried Chicken Day

After a long weekend of glorious but potentially grueling grilling, the idea of celebrating National Fried Chicken Day by whipping up a big batch might seem daunting and exhausting. Don’t worry.

16.07.06. 22:30

Costumier Catherine Martin's Beautiful New Homeware

This piece originally appeared on seems to be no end to Catherine Martin’s creativity.

16.07.06. 18:34

Science Says Eating Pasta Could Make You Thinner

Apparently, dreams come true. A new study published in the journal Nutrition and Diabetes says that consuming pasta could actually help you lose weight.Researchers at the IRCCS Neuromed Institute in Italy—a.k.a.

16.07.06. 00:05

Merlot: Meh or Magnificent?

Oh, Merlot. What a sadly abused grape it is. Ever since Sideways came out—and we’re talking twelve years ago now—Merlot has been a byword for “uncool wine.”

16.07.05. 21:53

"Milkshake" Singer Kelis Opens Pop-Up Restaurant

Singer Kelis Rogers—known to most as Kelis—made a name by singing about her milkshake bringing all the boys to the yard. Now, the New York-born songstress is making a foray into a different kind of food: fine cuisine.

16.07.05. 21:42

This Summer’s Best New Beer Gardens

PHS Garden at the Viaduct Rail Park, Philadelphia, PA[%image1]The Pennsylvania Horticulture Society has been revitalizing vacant city spaces since 2011 and has now turned a defunct overhead railway into a pop-up beer garden.

16.07.05. 20:48

Coffee Aficionados Will Love This Gorgeous Brewing Collection

This piece originally appeared on up interest among coffee connoisseurs is a new brewing collection from Danish brand Stelton.

16.07.05. 18:34

How to Overcome Wine-Tasting Anxiety

Dear Decantress,How do you not look like an idiot when asked to taste if the bottle you ordered is good? Do people actually ever send a bottle back?

16.07.05. 17:34

7 Sandwiches for Your Fourth of July Leftovers

Here are seven incredible recipes to make the most of your leftovers: 1. Brat Reubens[%image1]Here, chef Viet Pham tucks bratwurst into hearty hoagie rolls along with juicy pastrami and sliced Swiss cheese...

16.07.05. 16:04

Philippe Stark's New Hotel Rooms are "Love Shacks by the River"

This piece originally appeared on Wallpaper.comA relatively quiet ‘hood of expatriate families that’s bookended by the Singapore River and a buzzy quarter of bars, coffee joints and restaurants...

16.07.05. 06:34

Healthy Detox Dishes for the Fifth of July

After this past weekend's burgers, hot dogs and pitchers of cocktails, you might be ready for something healthy. Here, five light and delicious dishes to help you recover from the Fourth of July.1.

16.07.05. 03:04

These Are the World's Most Popular Tours

This piece originally appeared on landmarks, historic sites, and museums, there’s no shortage of places in the world to take a tour. The real question is: which spot is the most popular for a guided excursion?

16.07.04. 18:34

It’s Fourth of July Morning, Do You Know Where Your Sangria Is?

Here, six ways to amp up your sangria to make it ultra-festive for the holiday.Use Fruity Ice CubesRegular ice cubes made out of frozen water will dilute sangria as they melt.

16.07.04. 16:04

How to Cook for Vegetarian Guests on the Fourth of July

1. Grilled Tomato-and-Scallion Salad [%image1]“If it were up to me, I would throw everything on the grill,” says chef Tim Love.

16.07.03. 18:04

7 Best All-American Brunch Recipes

1. Breakfast Biscuit Sandwiches [%image1]A giant step up from a fast-food breakfast sandwich, this biscuit is topped with eggs, cheese and country ham, jam optional.2.

16.07.03. 16:04

10 Stunning Pies (Other than Apple) for the Fourth of July

Here are 10 bright and tangy summer fruit pies to make for July 4th.1. Marilyn Batali’s Blackberry Pie[%image1]This exquisite pie is made with Mario Batali’s “favorite fruit in life.”2.

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Világevő, 16.07.20. 21:12

Jön egy székely és egy magyar külföldről Budapestre...

A vicc folytatása szerencsére az, hogy itt meg is állapodnak, és aztán nagyon egyéni, különleges és főleg laza és mégis magas színvonalú ételeket főznek a megújult Babelben.[...] Bővebben!

Világevő, 16.07.19. 19:33

Szombaton lesz a talán legjobb balatoni program!

Tavaly ott voltam az első Bohém Légyotton, és nem túlzás azt állítani, hogy egy hihetetlenül hangulatos programról van szó, finom borokkal, jó hangulattal, nagyon normális emberekkel egy fantasztikus helyen...

Limara péksége, 16.07.17. 17:43

Amerikai almáspite

A kedvenc pitém. Vaníilia fagyival verhetetlen.A piacon gyönyörű, zöld színű nyári almákat kaptam, talán fontosalmának nevezik, de ebben nem vagyok biztos. Savanykás, az tuti.

Chili és Vanília, 16.07.15. 20:15

Egyben sült csirke nyári céklákkal

Vasárnap délelőtt, lassan ébredezik a város, a Tűzoltó utcai kézműves söröző udvarán azonban már korán reggel nagy az izgalom.

A bűvös szakács, 16.07.05. 09:41

Iskolatáska teszt

Nyakunkon az iskolakezdés. Ilyenkor minden szülőnél felmerül a kérdés, milyen szempontok alapján válasszon iskolaszereket a gyermeknek.

Chili és Vanília, 16.07.04. 09:21

Sütés nélküli sajttorta csatos üvegben

A Nők Lapja mostani számában amerikai ihletésű recepteket találtok tőlem: hamburger tépett sertéshússal, nyári lazacleves csöves kukoricával, ragacsos, csípős csirkeszárny, többek között.

Limara péksége, 16.06.29. 14:19

Ropogós sajtgolyók

Számtalanszor hallom az ismerősöktől, hogy imádom a rántott sajtot, de nem készítek, mert annyira macerás.

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