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Hot Cross Buns - a Good Friday Tradition Hot Cross Buns - a Good Friday Tradition By We Like To Cook! 04/19/14 04:58 For some, hot cross buns are synonymous with Good Friday. Hot cross buns have a long history that goes back hundreds of years. These special sweet buns, marked with a symbolic cross in celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, are a fixture on many...
DiningOut at Fork & Juniper DiningOut at Fork & Juniper By We Like To Cook! 04/18/14 05:11 DiningOut Magazine Atlanta, the premiere epicurean magazine for food, wine and spirits in the Southeast , held the celebration of their Spring 2014 Issue launch at Fork and Juniper. The signature restaurant of the brand new Hyatt Midtown hotel features...
Soba Noodles Salad with Ginger Peanut Dressing Soba Noodles Salad with Ginger Peanut Dressing By We Like To Cook! 04/08/14 20:01 We are always looking for alternatives to the same-old, same-old pasta salad especially as the weather starts to warm up and we fire up the grill for cookouts and other outdoor gatherings. We first had this salad years ago from the deli counter at the DeKalb...
Colorful Curried Cauliflower Colorful Curried Cauliflower By We Like To Cook! 04/05/14 22:20 Waiting for Spring produce to appear at markets and grocery stores each year requires extreme patience. This is the time of year that I crave a garden fresh cucumber or tomato. I start to feel that if I eat one more Brussels sprout that I will turn into...
Mayonnaise: It’s What’s for Dinner Mayonnaise: It’s What’s for Dinner By We Like To Cook! 04/01/14 06:00 Every good Southern cook has a jar of mayonnaise in their refrigerator. It is an absolute for making macaroni salad, potato salad, and slaw. In fact, it is hard to imagine preparing an Easter dinner without it. Except. Dom loathes mayonnaise. I am not sure...
Soul-soothing Pasta Fagioli Soul-soothing Pasta Fagioli By We Like To Cook! 03/27/14 22:38 Like many traditional Italian dishes including polenta or even pizza, pasta fagioli started as a peasant dish made with leftovers and other ingredients commonly found in an Italian pantry. Pasta e fagioli, (pronounced "pasta fazool,") simply means "pasta...
Atlanta Food & Wine Festival 2014 Sneak Peek with Chopped Chicken Liver on the Side Atlanta Food & Wine Festival 2014 Sneak Peek with Chopped Chicken Liver on the Side By We Like To Cook! 03/27/14 20:13 In few two short months, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will once again take over Midtown. In its fourth year, the three-day festival will offer guests over 100 cooking and cocktail demonstrations, technique labs, food and beverage tasting seminars and...
Irish Potato Drop Scones Irish Potato Drop Scones By We Like To Cook! 03/16/14 22:42 Luck of the Irish Giveaway and Potato Drop Scones Saint Patrick was a 5th century Irish bishop who purportedly used the Irish shamrock to explain the holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) to the originally pagan people of Ireland. Legend has it that...
The Great Grilled Octopus Experiment The Great Grilled Octopus Experiment By We Like To Cook! 03/13/14 16:36 The phone rings. After a brief salutation, Dom asks, “How do you feel about octopus?” To which I replied, “the entire species or on a dinner plate?” Given that this is a food blog, I think you know his response. Thus began the octopus experiment. Dom arrived...
Out Like a Lamb Keftas Out Like a Lamb Keftas By We Like To Cook! 03/07/14 05:30 In like a lion out like a lamb. That is the old expression used to describe the month of March and its frequently unreliable weather. March also brings with it other harbingers of Spring like daffodils, asparagus and robins. Lamb is a common ingredient...
Mardi Gras Recipe Round-Up Mardi Gras Recipe Round-Up By We Like To Cook! 03/04/14 15:47 Many people do not know that the term Mardi Gras actually means “Fat Tuesday.” Fat Tuesday is the last day of the Carnival season that begins January 6th which is the twelfth day after Christmas, (yes, like in the song). Fat Tuesday is the last opportunity...
Proud Pecan Pralines Proud Pecan Pralines By We Like To Cook! 02/28/14 22:59 You can barely swing a strand of bead in New Orleans without hitting a shop selling pralines. For the uninitiated, a praline is a caramel-coated pecan confection with a consistency more like fudge than usual chewy caramel one might associate with a chocolate...
Scampied Pollock & Healthy Solutions Spice Giveaway Scampied Pollock & Healthy Solutions Spice Giveaway By We Like To Cook! 02/21/14 02:06 Last October, the FDA released a report which stated that 12% of the spices imported by the U.S. are contaminated with insect pieces, rodent hair and other debris which is twice the amount of “filth” found in other types of imported food. While the FDA...
Sinful Salted Caramel Doughnut Sundae Sinful Salted Caramel Doughnut Sundae By We Like To Cook! 02/20/14 04:46 It is not always the little things in life, sometimes it is the simplest. As a seasoned blogger, it can be easy to get bogged down in “the rules:” posts should be timely; headnotes should be at least 450 words and be on topic; tags should be added to optimize...
New Order Jalapeño Cornbread Muffins New Order Jalapeño Cornbread Muffins By We Like To Cook! 02/15/14 19:57 A change will do you good. This was confirmed when after 20 years, I decided to try a different recipe for corn muffins. Every good Southern cook has a favorite recipe for corn bread. Our go-to recipe had been Paul Prudhomme’s because the cornbread muffins...
Veni Vidi Vici: New Direction, New Friends Veni Vidi Vici: New Direction, New Friends By We Like To Cook! 02/04/14 22:11 We descended up the downtown restaurant with enthusiasm and anticipation. Fifteen members of the Atlanta Food Bloggers Alliance were invited to downtown Atlanta’s venerable Veni Vidi Vici to explore a sampling of dishes from their new menu. Many of the...
Lucky Dumplings for the Lunar New Year Lucky Dumplings for the Lunar New Year By We Like To Cook! 01/30/14 15:07 The Lunar New Year is one of the most significant of Asian holidays and is a time for feasting, reflection and renewal. Traditionally celebrated over 15 days, the holiday starts with the first lunar new moon of the year and ends on the full moon. Chinese...
Bourbon Butterscotch Blondies Bourbon Butterscotch Blondies By We Like To Cook! 01/25/14 17:12 Dare I say it? I can live without chocolate. Now, I am not saying that I don’t enjoy a Godiva truffle or a fudgy brownie from time to time, but I do not crave the sweetened product made from the seed of the tropical Theobroma Cacao tree the way some people...
Addictive Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad Addictive Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad By We Like To Cook! 01/22/14 05:13 Unlike the mushy, odorous green lumps we remember from childhood or the cream smothered version served in fancy-schmancy, yuppy-era restaurants, Brussels sprouts have reached the height of their popularity. We certainly consume our fair share in our house....
Post-Holiday Anise Pecan Cookies Post-Holiday Anise Pecan Cookies By We Like To Cook! 01/21/14 18:43 The holidays are over, the kids are back in school and the house is quiet. Too quiet. I find myself missing the hubbub of the holiday season; football games blaring in the background, people coming and going, and always something cooking, baking or grilling....
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