What Jew Wanna Eat — Brussels Sprouts Latkes from 7 Culinary Content Network Stories to Read Right Now (Slideshow)
7 Culinary Content Network Stories to Read Right Now (Slideshow)
What Jew Wanna Eat — Brussels Sprouts Latkes
What Jew Wanna Eat is "your source for home-cooked (sometimes) kosher goodness." In this post, What Jew Wanna Eat fries up a mixture of leftover Thanksgiving Brussels sprouts, sweet cranberries, and a touch of red chile pepper, making Brussels sprouts latkes topped with sour cream.
Taste Food — Glogg and Aebleskivers
Taste Food chronicles "a culinary journey beginning and ending at the kitchen table." With each new address in each new country, "unique traditions [are] reinforced with food," and regardless of your background, they culminate, as always, at the kitchen table. Here, Taste Food visits Denmark and shares the "magic of Christmas in Denmark" with Danish recipes for glogg and aebleskivers.
Food Babbles — Healthy Pumpkin Pie Muffins
Food Babbles is a mom of three, life-saver, baker, dessert-maker, amateur photographer, and "just a girl with a huge passion for good food." In this post, Food Babbles bakes healthy pumpkin pie muffins that are doubled up with pumpkin inside and out and are scented with cinnamon and seasonal spices.
I Can Cook That — Slow Cooker Maple Bourbon Bacon Jam
I Can Cook That, a blog by Kaitlin intended for those who "think they can’t cook, that cooking takes too long, or that recipes can’t be used if the exact ingredients aren’t available," aims to help them "realize that cooking, and cooking well, aren’t that tough to do." Here, Kaitlin blends maple, bourbon, and bacon to make a jam that is easy to take on a trip.
Cindy’s Table — Sweet and Spicy Shrimp with Kale Pad Thai
Cindy’s Table is where Cindy, cookbook author, home chef, food blogger, and entertaining expert, demonstrates how to prepare "seasonal, authentic yet contemporary, family-style Italian cuisine like no one else." In this post, Cindy cooks a not-so-typical pad thai recipe with shrimp and kale that is sweet and spicy.
A Family Feast — Spiced Eggnog Cocktail
A Family Feast shares "delicious, kitchen-tested family recipes for everyday meals and special occasions." In their family, "a great meal is one way that we show our love and caring to family and friends." Here, A Family Feast warms up with spiced eggnog cocktail made with organic eggnog, spiced rum, Kahlúa, bourbon, and vanilla and sprinkled with cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves.
Dinners, Dishes & Desserts — Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
Dinners, Dishes & Desserts is a blog by a family-oriented Colorado mom with a desire to share her recipes and try new things. In this post, she shares a recipe for chocolate crinkle cookies that are rich and fudgy and contain less than 100 calories per cookie.