Day: February 6, 2021

Spice up your Super Bowl experience with these tried and true recipes [videos] | Food + Living

With Super Bowl LV right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about your Super Bowl servings.

Although the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has advised against large gatherings for the Super Bowl, cooking some of these delectable treats for yourself and immediate family is always an option. 

Here are some recipes that will spice up your Super Bowl watching experience from LNP|LancasterOnline food writer Kim O’Donnel.


 

Calzones

Click the link below to view Kim’s recipe for calzone dough and broccoli rabe filling.


Homemade pizza

How-to videos:

For Kim’s full recipe, click the link below.


Chicken strips

How-to video:

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The Best Vegan Comfort Food Dishes at Greater Phoenix Restaurants

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Comfort foods don’t need to be meaty. Thanks to some culinary innovations from Valley chefs, traditional favorites like macaroni and cheese and chicken wings can be enjoyed with as much flavor as their carnivorous counterparts. Here are 11 of the best vegan comfort-food dishes around the Valley.

Wings

Green New American Vegetarian
Multiple Locations

In 2006, Green New American Vegetarian was the first Valley restaurant to offer wings that looked and tasted like real chicken wings. Fifteen years and

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Supes Cap Food Delivery Fees During Covid-19

Lending a hand to local restaurants suffering economically under COVID-19 restrictions, the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday capped what third parties can charge for food delivery.

DoorDash, Uber Eats, Grubhub, and other services now can only charge up to 15 percent of the total cost of an order, and 10 percent of third-party orders picked up by the customer at a restaurant. Typically, delivery providers charge up to 30 percent.

The cap would be lifted once the state allows restaurants to open indoor seating at 100 percent capacity, though the board can revisit that at any time.

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Is There any difference between Sicilian and Italian Food ?

The explanation must begin with an appreciation of the fact that Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. While not so important in today’s world of aviation, it was very important to all the European and North African ships sailing in and around the Mediterranean from the beginning of time.

Sicily, not then a part of mainland Italy, was a long & short-time stopping place for nations like Spain, England, France, Greece, Tunisia, etc., who sometimes came to drop in for a visit or business or conquering/ruling for as long as they could.

As a result, almost as

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Overwhelmed new parents struggle to eat healthy food |

DEAR ABBY: I have a close friend who recently had a baby with serious health problems. Unfortunately, we live on opposite sides of the country, and I can’t afford to fly out there. I want to help, but short of calls and texts to let her know I’m thinking of her, I’m out of ideas.

She’s mentioned several times that with all the work of being a new parent plus the extra work involved with a child with special needs, she often doesn’t have time to prepare healthy meals and reverts to junk food that she can grab easily.

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The Wirecutter-Approved Gear to Make That Viral Baked Feta TikTok Recipe

From the app that brought us whipped dalgona coffee and the tortilla wrap hack comes TikTok’s newest viral food trend: baked feta pasta.

As you can see in the 60-second videos filling up your feed, this recipe—originally developed in 2019 by Finnish food blogger Jenni Häyrinen—involves cooking a block of feta and cherry tomatoes in olive oil, either on your stovetop or in the oven until gooey and blistered, and then mixing it together with the pasta of your choice. We’ve heard this recipe was so popular that it caused Finnish grocery stores to sell out of feta.

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