Flatbread, Pizza Crust, and More: 15 Recipes Where Cauliflower Stands in For Grains

cusineFlatbread, Pizza Crust, and More: 15 Recipes Where Cauliflower Stands in For Grains
9. Cauliflower Rice With Mushrooms and Spinach Cauliflower: what can’t it do? The coolest cruciferous vegetable of the moment can be made into delicacies like pizza crust, buffalo “wings,” and in this recipe – rice! This Cauliflower Rice With …
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Dog meat, rotten potatoes! 5 bizarre Indian food items that you didn’t know exist
Frog legs: Delicacies made out of frog legs is popular in many parts of Kerala, Goa, and Sikkim. They are mostly consumed in fried and stewed form. Fried frog legs are usually eaten with liqour and hence are a popular side dish in toddy shops. Frog legs …
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Heston goes back to school to spice up the cooking curriculum
Chances are they won’t find any UK examples. Ask them why they think this is. All three are considered British delicacies but have a limited season: broad beans (April-Sept), asparagus (late April to late June), strawberries (May-July). Outside the …
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Rethinking muffaletta as a thin-crust pizza for Mardi Gras

cusineRethinking muffaletta as a thin-crust pizza for Mardi Gras
To make the olive salad, in the food processor (no need to clean it) combine both olive varieties, the cherry peppers, pickled vegetables, garlic, pepper, Italian herbs and red pepper flakes. Pulse until roughly chopped. The pieces should be no bigger …
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Coming to Logan Square: A diner with an Italian twist
The Italian-driven menu will change seasonally and feature homemade pasta and flat-bread pizzas made with local ingredients. “I’ve worked hard and … attention to detail. He wants his restaurant to be “approachable; to serve really good food at a fair …
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Home With The Lost Italian: Gnocchi a dish made with love
Valentine’s Day is coming up, and it’s time for us to focus on what we like to call “love food.” I’m talking about the kind of food that makes you feel warm and special when you eat it, because of all the love that went into making it. For Tony, Gio …
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