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Posted on Oct 31 2013 - 2:40pm by YSC
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You see it may sound crazy but if you’re trying to watch what you eat at home so that you can eat out like a glutton, then fried chicken and karaage chicken aren’t completely off limits. This is a recipe I’ve been developing for a little while so we’ve had lots of fried chicken to eat. If you’re like me and adore chicken karaage yet perhaps...

This is the second largest park in Poland, and the largest in northern Europe. It was opened on January 16, 1959, and was created for the protection of the natural environment, namely the forest and its wildlife. Within the park, there are over 5,000 types of animal, including salmon, lynx, black storks and bison. The area has been recognized by UNESCO World Biosphere...

On Grub Street last week, writer Felix Salmon explored the current trend of restaurants listing the origin of the vegetables they’re serving on the menu, right down to the actual farm. What’s going on here is really “an attempt to get customers to value — and pay premium dollars for — basic ingredients like Brussels sprouts, shallots,...

What’s the deal – we don’t blog restaurants, right? Yes, we’re about home cooking – not restaurants – but we do love recipes from good restaurants and inspiration from the ideas of great chefs. However, this article from Forbes gave us inspiration of another sort. As we read through the descriptions of America’s ten most...