Thanksgiving is a celebration of all things we have to be thankful for. My parents survived The Great Depression so while we struggled financially at times as a family, there was always plenty of food on the table and in the refrigerator. My mother’s hobby was to go grocery shopping and to cook and …[more...]
Pumpkin overload. I love pumpkin as much as the next person but I think the latest issue of Trader Joe’s Fearless Flyer pumpkins off the chart with too many pumpkin products. I don’t know if everyone has the same issue, perhaps it depends on state or region.
Here’s what is in the October issue:
Today, August 15, 2012, is the 100th anniversary of Julia Child’s birth.
Julia Child is the reason we have the Food Network today. She showed us how to cook. She showed us how to cook with butter and cream and to make vegetables friendly. Julia had absolutely no attitude. She even showed up …[more...]
I love s’mores! My highlight of camping out or going to camp has always been the promise of s’mores. I don’t even like marshmallows but I guess loving two out of three ingredients makes up for it.
According to Wikipedia, a s’more (sometimes spelled smore) is …[more...]
Around this time of the year, people show their patriotism by wanting to celebrate the 4th of July and eat red, white, and blue foods.
Here are some last minute food ideas:
–Red salsa, white bean dip and blue tortilla chips
–Red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting topped with fresh blueberries and sprinkles
–Angel food …[more...]
Meet Kusuma Rao. She’s a local (to Tucson) personal chef and creator of an underground supper club and a self described food artist fusing cultures through cuisine.
Once Circle of Food blog writes about the underground supper club it won’t be underground anymore. While Kusuma Rao has come out of the closet with this …[more...]
What’s on the menu?
Don’t worry. Not Punxsutawney Phil. So far, no food magazines has splashed roasted or grilled marmots on their pages.
Us desert dwellers couldn’t care less whether or not America’s most famous woodchuck sees his shadow or not. Yet, it’s a popular holiday which is celebrated for four days in a tiny Pennsylvania enclave …[more...]