Eliza Tan

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8 French Food Words You Should Definitely Know

Here are some common terms that may help you navigate and order the next time you're faced with a French menu.<p>Apparently we've all become so …

5 New Ways to Use Pumpkin

<i>by guest blogger Peggy Kotsopoulos, registered holistic nutritionist, culinary consultant, and author of</i> Kitchen Cures: Revolutionize Your Health with Foods that Heal<p>While pumpkin is the quintessential representation of fall, this orange gourd has many more uses (and benefits!) beyond the notorious …

Israeli Food Recipes You Can't Live Without

Israeli food has been on the up and up the past couple of years, and that can largely be attributed to the beloved UK chef Yotam Ottolenghi. With the success of his restaurants and the immense popularity of the cookbook he penned with Sami Tami "Jerusalem," it's easy to understand why the world is …

Swiss Chard and Lemon Ricotta Pasta Recipe on Food52

<b>Author Notes:</b> This is an easy, last minute dinner since you might have many of the ingredients on hand. If you don't have any swiss chard, kale, spinach and arugula also work great. If you use kale, I recommend removing the tough central stem. If you use either arugula or baby spinach leaves, you …

Pasta with Tomatoes, Garlic, Basil, and Brie Recipe on Food52

• 3/4 pound Brie (triple cream if you can get it)<br>• 4 medium ripe-as-can-be tomatoes<br>• 2 medium cloves garlic<br>• 1/2 cup loosely packed basil leaves, cleaned and dried<br>• 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons excellent olive oil<br>• Kosher or sea salt and freshly ground pepper<br>• 1 pound curly pasta (I like cavatappi)<p>Put the Brie in …

Baking Sheet Macaroni and Cheese Recipe on Food52

The Bitter Truth About Beer Floats

The bitter truth about beer floats is that they aren't root-beer floats.<p>The bitter truth about beer floats is that they're bitter. And sweet, thus bittersweet, but not in the naturally, instantly, intrinsically perfect manner of bittersweet chocolate or strong sugary tea. Beer floats are bitter …