Meatballs may have had their heyday in the 70s but hoisin sauce elevates these old favorites to a new level of groovy. Hoisin, a Chinese sauce made from ground soybeans, vinegar, garlic, salt and spices, has a distinct sweet and spicy flavor perfect for use as a glaze or dipping sauce. But don’t let → Hungry for more?
The calendar says summer’s right around the corner but it’s been raining (and chilly) here in Maryland for about 15 days. Fifteen loooooooooong, gloooooomy, oooooovercast days with only burst of sunshine here and there. I’m bracing myself to see the sun on a milk carton soon. I have high hopes that the sun’ll come → Hungry for more?
So, you may (or may not) know how I feel about the pumpkin spicing of everything that happens in the fall. (HINT: I don’t like it one bit.) That being said, I have no hard feelings toward actual pumpkins. They’re not my favorite flavor but I’m not mad them. What I do love about → Hungry for more?
I’m taking it back to basics with this step-by-step video on how to chop an onion. Watch and learn. Knife Skills = Life Skills! Check out more of our videos on our YouTube channel.
Rice paper wrappers are super thin, crisp, circular sheets made of rice flour, salt and water. A quick soak in warm water and they soften to create the slightly chewy, tasteless skins that we wrap spring rolls in. That may not be the most appetizing description but if I’m keeping it 100 – as the → Hungry for more?