Holidays are all about the food. And, I just like being festive. Hence, an egg history post just in time for Easter.
I also just like eggs.
Both are small, surprisingly healthy little fish. Let us check out the difference between anchovies and sardines.
Sausage, peppers, and onions is a classic dish I’ve made many times.
However, I used to simply throw all the ingredients in one pan, and heat until everything was just cooked; the peppers and onions were typically still semi-crunchy.
This time, I adapted a recipe from How to Cook Everything, wherein the onions are completely caramelized and the peppers separate easily with a fork.
It was a great change-up, and will likely be my go-to sausage, peppers, and onions recipe going forward.
*Hot Italian sausage also works great.
I myself have yet to attempt making, or even try eating, Beef Wellington. However, it’s always intrigued me. Beef Wellington seems to be one of the most fancy-shmancy dishes out there – right up there with Baked Alaska.
How did this pastry-wrapped meat dish come to be?
They look awfully alike, but the difference between hummus and baba ganoush is actually rather simple. And significant.
Please note: baba ganoush has several other different spellings.
Bloody Marys: the only cocktail I know how to properly prepare. In fact, I barely know the difference between a martini and a Margarita.
There is just something about the savory and spicy feel of a Bloody Mary that makes it so special. That, and it gives us a great excuse to drink in the morning.
I’ve always preferred one to the other but I never knew why – let us investigate the difference between Black Forest ham and Virginia ham. (Black Forest is my go-to ham.)
Coca-Cola: It’s the most recognized brand name in the world. Let us check out at least a smidgen of the quite extensive history of Coca-Cola.
We’re going to be dividing the history of classic Coke into five sections:
What are those pesky items you can never seem to locate in the grocery store? What drives you crazy when food shopping? How do you deal with this?
If you’re like me, you stubbornly refuse to ask for assistance and wander around the store for 20 minutes.
For the difference between clams and mussels, my good old fashioned, real-life, literal books cookbooks proved more useful than the seemingly all-inclusive internet.