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From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
The Red Russian variety is a sweet, tender and mild kale that you probably won’t find at your grocery store, but if you scour the farmers' market it might turn up. Try these recipes.
In case you’re hopping a plane to Sochi, Russia, right now or hoping to re-create Russia at home, here’s a quick primer on how to toast like the Russians do.
Food Network's 4th of July dessert recipes are perfect whether you're hosting a holiday cookout or will be a guest at a backyard bash -- the the recipes now.
See how the White House Garden is mapped out, plant by presidential plant.
After making such a delicious and simple meal with my garden-fresh summer squash, I decided the trek home would again be worth my while in order to get my hands on another great veggie: white eggplant. While both kinds are great when grown in your own backyard, the white eggplant variety produces many more individual eggplants--the above 5 are just a quarter of what is on the plant on any given day.
Try caramelized white chocolate. It tastes like salted caramel crossed with chocolate.
Pair Food Network’s two entwine white wines – Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio – with our favorite hearty grilled recipes.
A glass of white wine is great on its own, but you can easily jazz it up by adding fresh fruit, fruit juices and other liqueurs. Try these recipes, from Smooth.com wine expert Gregory Del Piaz, for a cool change from your standard mixed drinks.
Food Network Magazine asked the Obamas' chef for some healthful after-school snacks.