This Difference Between is an age-old battle: pancakes vs waffles.
I think coleslaw is almost making a comeback.
It is undoubtedly still a shoved-aside side item at picnics and diners: “It’s always there but rarely thought about.”
On the other hand, there are many exciting variations of coleslaw springing up, such as broccoli slaw. Broccoli slaw can come in its own bag, or you can shred your own broccoli.
Of course, traditional coleslaw’s main ingredient is shredded cabbage. Let’s find out where coleslaw originated.
Muenster and Munster – they’re the same cheese, right? Let’s see.
Continuing on in my wedding journey, we recently had our engagement photos taken at the Sagamore Hotel. (Trivia bit: Rachel Ray got her start cooking there.)
These pictures were taken last week, about a month away from the wedding – we’re now 21 days away!
They’re clearly watermarked, but all these photos are courtesy of Jim McLaughlin, a fantastic, experienced photographer in the Lake George, New York area.
The history of baby carrots – let us find out if they’re really baby carrots. Or even real carrots.
Dates and prunes – let us check out the difference between these two semi-bizarre fruits.
There are always crayfish in this one pond where the fiance and I go hiking. The first time I saw them I thought they were shrimp.
Let’s check out the difference between shrimp and crayfish.
I’ve decided to add a new blog category: Snapshots. They’ll be a super quick look at an interesting food item. And, they’ll be sporadic, much like the Writing Exercises.
For the first Snapshot, let’s take a look at doughnut peaches. They inspired me to start a Snapshot category just to highlight random fun foods – just look at how cute they are.