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Top Three Tips for Grilling Veggies on the Grill: Grilled Veggie Hummus Wrap

August 29, 2011
Top Three Tips for Grilling Veggies on the Grill: Grilled Veggie Hummus Wrap

Follow Us Firing up the grill is a summer perennial, but it doesn’t always have to mean juicy steaks and beefy burgers. Summer is rich with fresh and seasonal vegetables, and throwing them on the is the perfect, easy way to bring out their best and boldest flavors. Grilled veggies are also incredibly versatile, from […]

Discover the Difference of Fresh Salsa

August 29, 2011
Discover the Difference of Fresh Salsa

Follow Us Salsa may seem like a relatively new culinary development, but it’s actually been around since at least the time of the Aztecs. They discovered long ago that the zesty flavors of fresh tomatoes, onions and peppers made a great addition to their everyday foods. Sabra’s Fresh Salsa is perfect for every occasion. The […]

Burning Man: Your Guide to Dining on the Playa

August 23, 2011
Burning Man: Your Guide to Dining on the Playa

Follow Us Tweet Follow @bakespace I’ve seen a lot of buzz online about Burning Man this year – in fact, the event is sold out for the first time in its 25 year history! So we can only imagine how many newbies (and even experienced burners) will find themselves hungry because they didn’t pack the […]

Social Media Checklist for Food Bloggers

August 18, 20110 Comments

Follow Us Tweet Last Friday I was supposed to be in London sipping wine with 100 food bloggers at Food Blogger Connect, a wonderful food blogger conference created and produced by Bethany Kehdy. I was hoping to hobnob with Celebrity Chef Anjum Anan, Chef John Mitzewich of FoodWishes.com, my girl Jaden Hair of SteamyKitchen.com and […]

Bake a Pie for Mikey

August 10, 20110 Comments

Follow Us OK, this is a tough post to write on several levels. If you frequent our community, then you know I’ve been really down about a friend’s husband’s death. Just thinking about what she’s going through and everything she will face, I just can’t shake this heartbreaking agony. In a loving tribute Jennifer (my […]

Butterbeers and Treacle Tarts: Cooking with Harry Potter

July 18, 20110 Comments

Follow Us Tweet Did you go see Harry Potter this weekend? The world of Harry Potter, from Hogwarts to Hogsmeade to the Burrow, is not only full of magic, but tasty and often whimsical treats. And while Fizzing Whizbees might not be an option in the theater concession stand, you can make some Potter-inspired treats […]

Pinot Noir Q & A with Sommelier Rick Bakas

June 26, 20110 Comments
Pinot Noir Q & A with Sommelier Rick Bakas

Follow Us Tweet Join us as we kick off our virtual wine tour TONIGHT at 5pm pacific/8pm eastern. Joining us will be Rick Bakas — Author & Certified Sommelier. Tonight’s wine is Pinot Noir. Rick Bakas is globally recognized as a thought leader in the world of wine and social media. As the first Director […]

TRY THIS: Summer Vietnamese

June 23, 20110 Comments
TRY THIS: Summer Vietnamese

Follow Us Summer cooking is a conundrum: on one hand, you have more fresh and hearty produce than you can fit in a canvas tote. On the other, sweltering weather makes you cringe away from serving anything warmer than ice cubes. Photo Credit: MyCookingHut.com Instead of settling for salads and Cap’n Crunch for dinner, take […]

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