You know those perfectly cooked whole chickens hanging out under the heater of your neighbourhood grocery store? This healthyish, easy recipe will give them renewed purpose. You can wrap this chicken salad in butter lettuce if you want a delicious snack or serve as the main event. Use the leftovers between two slices of your favourite bread as a chicken salad sandwich.
All natural, quick & easy to make. If you constantly find yourself reaching for that box of processed nut bars, save yourself a bit of money, while eating healthier, with this version instead. You can use this as a straight up oat bar snack, as crumble on your yogurt in the morning or even with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.
This traditional Thai salad combines shredded green papaya, tomatoes, green beans and peanuts in a delectable sweet but sour sauce. You can find Som Tum on most menus in Thailand. Thai's usually refer to the hot peppers in this dish as bird's eye chilli, but most stores in North America label them as Thai Chilli.
Irish food is homey, which usually makes you feel like wearing your thickest wool socks next to a small crackling fire, while petting your scruffy dog, Brinkley, and listening to the sheep bleating in the farmers' field outside.
Ever wonder how top chefs can taste a dish and tell you exactly what's in it? How sommeliers discern notes of raisin or oak in a glass of wine? Here's a short guide on how to train your palate to recognize the subtle diversity in flavours.
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