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All-American Steak Hamburger Recipe

We all love an good old-fashioned American steak hamburger! Who doesn’t, right? So for our latest grilling recipe, we are sharing with you a recipe for just a good old school hamburger. All-American Steak Hamburger Recipe 1/2 cup Kraft Thick … Continue reading

Caprese Chicken Recipe by Small Chick Big Deals

I love anything Italian and basically anything caprese. Who doesn’t though, right? So, when I saw a different variation of caprese chicken, my boyfriend and I put our heads together and came up with this version. Super easy, quick and … Continue reading

Smoked Chicken Dumplings Recipe by Grilling with Rich

For this week’s grilling and barbecue featured recipe I am going to share with you a recipe that was extremely popular during my Memorial Day Weekend celebration: Smoked Chicken Dumplings Recipe: A Grilling with Rich Recipe. Besides the fact that … Continue reading

Pumpkin Hummus Recipe by Small Chick Big Deals

I love pumpkin, and I already made a roasted red pepper hummus, so I decided to try this Pumpkin Hummus. It was so simple to make, and was outstanding to eat. To prepare I measured out all of my ingredients. … Continue reading

Candied Bacon Martini Recipe by Grilling with Rich

We all love candied bacon right? Who doesn’t? We all love to drink and have a good time right? Well if you answered these two questions with a YES then this recipe is for you and your friends to try … Continue reading

Interview with Michael Kiser from Good Beer Hunting

Michael Kiser is the legendary man behind Good Beer Hunting, a blog of how he crafts the story of beer around the world — not from the outside looking in, rather, from the center of the movement. Good Beer Hunting is … Continue reading

Lyon’s Fourviere Gallo-Roman Museum

For those of  you who don’t yet know this about me, I majored in Art History at Rutgers. The original plan was to go into law, but stupid me took an Art History class and fell in love. What nobody … Continue reading

Interview with George Bryant from Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations

George Bryant is the man behind the blog Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations. Civilized Caveman Cooking is about creating recipes that are fun and nourishing for our bodies. George is a self taught chef who likes to break the rules and deliver mouth-watering … Continue reading

Ling Cod Cooked En Papillote Style

Does your family have a favorite fish that they like to eat or one fish that they refuse to stray from? This is a fairly common occurrence. If you like Halibut, you should try Ling Cod. It is quite similar … Continue reading

High-Protein French Toast Recipe

Breakfast is one of my favorite meals of the day. I typically wake up starving and want nothing more than to dash into the kitchen to find something to eat. One of my guilty pleasures? French toast. It’s ridiculously easy … Continue reading

Gertrude’s Restaurant in Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix

I love getting presents, especially from someone who has put so much thought into it. I know you do, too. And that’s how I felt when I visited the Gertrude’s Restaurant in Phoenix. My husband and I had the honor … Continue reading

The Fall Season is for Apple Cider Martini

The Fall makes me think of apples and fresh apple cider. So what’s a better time to have a mixed drink that incorporates apple cider than Fall? I found a delicious recipe online provided by Ultimat Vodka. Disclaimer: This recipe … Continue reading

Honey Pistachio Crusted Smoked Lamb Rack Barbecue

For this week’s barbecue adventure and barbecue recipe, I was inspired by one of the categories at DC Safeway barbecue battle that was being judged and submitted. It was lamb. After seeing how amazing the lamb that was submitted by … Continue reading

Behold the Ingenuity of Coffee Ice Cube (with Icy Java Recipe)

Coffee is a significant part of households and offices everywhere. It’s also common to have left-over coffee in the container. Instead of leaving it to waste, why not save that coffee for an amazing beverage later? Now is the time … Continue reading

Healthy Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Pie is full of sugar and fat, but it also one of my favorite desserts and the most delicious winter food I know. So what if I could find a recipe that is made of all natural ingredients? Well, … Continue reading

Perfect Bacon-Cornbread Stuffing for Thanksgiving

For this week’s featured barbecue and grilling recipe, I wanted to highlight a recipe that I included in my recent article: Thanksgiving Bacon Recipes. Out of the all the great barbecue and grilling recipes for Thanksgiving, this seems something that … Continue reading

Homemade Lemon Bars Recipe

Lemon Bars are one of my all-time favorite desserts. What’s really interesting is how difficult it is to find a great lemon bar. Despite the simple ingredients of eggs, flour, sugar, butter, and lemon, the consistency differs. It is important … Continue reading

Homemade Buttery Soft Pretzels Recipe

Making Pretzels can be a fun experience. I decided, in celebration of National Pretzel Day last October 26th, to make homemade pretzels from scratch. Pretzels are a perfect savory snack, and they can be a sweet desert too! Here’s a … Continue reading

Histories and Lore of Westeros

I am an obsessed Game of Thrones/Song of Ice and Fire fan.  I own the complete series and have dug into the lore more and more.   HBO was cool enough to release small vignettes based on the Houses, History and … Continue reading

Hanneke Eerden’s Pasta with Smoked Salmon

This is a guest post from the fabulous Hanneke Eerden. She is the brains (and beauty) behind The Dutchess Cooks. If you love food, grilling, and great writing…her blog is for you. Without further ado, here’s Hanneke’s Pasta with Smoked … Continue reading

Hanneke Eerden’s Cream Cheese Chicken

I’m sure you’ve noticed that we have a great guest blogger this week: Hanneke Eerden. She is the brains behind The Dutchess Cooks. She creates super tasty recipes (and is a great person to know). Hungry? What are you waiting … Continue reading

Hanneke Eerden’s Salad with Steak and Blue Cheese Dressing

This is a guest post from the gorgeous and talented Hanneke Eerden. She is the brains (and beauty) behind The Dutchess Cooks, a Netherlands based food blog with recipes from all around the world. Seriously, check her out, she’ll have … Continue reading

Hanneke Eerden’s Crawfish Salad

Hanneke Eerden is our guest blogger this week. She is the brains (and beauty) behind The Dutchess Cooks, a Netherlands based food blog with recipes to make you salivate within seconds. Without further ado, here’s Hanneke’s Crawfish Salad (hurry up … Continue reading

Hanneke Eerden Smoked Chicken Salad

This is a guest post from the fabulous Hanneke Eerden. She is the brains (and beauty) behind The Dutchess Cooks, a Netherlands based food blog with recipes to make you salivate within seconds. Without further ado, here’s Hanneke’s Smoked Chicken … Continue reading

Hanneke Eerden’s Creamy Meatballs with Mushrooms

This is a guest post from the fabulous Hanneke Eerden. She is the brains (and beauty) behind The Dutchess Cooks, a Netherlands based food blog with recipes to make you salivate within seconds. Without further ado, here’s Hanneke’s creamy meatballs … Continue reading

Hanneke Eerden Piri Piri Chicken from the Grill

This is a guest post from the fabulous Hanneke Eerden. She is the brains (and beauty) behind The Dutchess Cooks, a Netherlands based food blog with almost everything you need to become an expert cook. Without further ado, here’s Hanneke’s … Continue reading

Hanneke Eerden’s Smoked Duck and Mushroom Salad

This is a guest post from the fabulous Hanneke Eerden. She is the brains (and beauty) behind The Dutchess Cooks, a Netherlands based food blog with recipes to make you salivate within seconds. She’s a pretty cool person, super active … Continue reading

Hanneke Eerden’s Spaghetti with Caciotta Cheese

This is a guest post from the fabulous Hanneke Eerden. She is the brains (and beauty) behind The Dutchess Cooks, a Netherlands based food blog with recipes to make you salivate within seconds. Without further ado, here’s Hanneke’s Spaghetti with Caciotta Cheese … Continue reading

The Greening of Hollywood: Movies, Celebrities and Restaurants

This is a guest post by Susan Zechter, the author of the 2012 Celebrity HotSpots Los Angeles Restaurant Guide: Where Your Fave Celebs Dine and the companion guide 2012 Celebrity HotSpots Bars and Clubs Guide: Where Your Fave Celebs Party. Susan … Continue reading

It’s Purim!

This is a guest post by Cigall Goldman. Not only is Cigall a long time friend; she is also the founder of mazelmoments, an innovative website designed for anyone planning an event inspired by the Jewish culture. On her site, one … Continue reading

3 Restaurants in Chicago that the Locals want to Keep a Secret

When I heard the title of MJ’s blog, Carb Before the Storm, I knew that I would like what she had to say. Turns out she is a great writer. Her writing is informal but well thought out and put … Continue reading

FriendsEat Mole: Hanneke Eerden Guest Post

This is a guest post by food blogger Hanneke Eerden. We interviewed her back in April because we really enjoyed her blog The Dutchess Cooks where we found some great recipes and tips on baking and grilling. Hanneke is from The … Continue reading

The Modern Day Arizona Wine Industry

This is a guest post by one of our favorite wine bloggers, Sandy Wasserman. Sandy writes the blog Pulling Corks and Forks which concentrates on food and wine. Sandy has been in the wine industry for over 17 years and loves … Continue reading

Chef Jennifer Cole Guests Posts for the Week

Chef Jennifer Cole has quickly become a good friend. When I met her and listened to her talk about her passion for food and food history, I was hooked. Then, I ate her food. It was all over for me. … Continue reading