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“Praso” means “leek,” and “pita” means “pie” in Greek. Put the two together, and you have one mouth-watering dish that will transport you directly to the country of Greece, its traditional dishes, and state of mind. You may suddenly get the urge to book fligh
Pepper season is upon us, and it’s a long season. Sweet peppers such as bell peppers are typically harvested between July and November. Hotter peppers are often harvested in the beginning of fall. Of course, this all depends on your local climate. Peppers are also rated based on the Scoville Heat Unit (SHU), which is based on the concentration of capsaicin, the chemical that causes heat or spiciness in peppers. The higher the SHU number, the hotter the pepper. The hottest pepper in the world currently is the Carolina Reaper with a SHU of 1,641,183. But, we aren’t going to get that hot here, so here is a roundup of some tips for our favorite peppers and a recipe to try out for each.
If you’re thinking of enjoying seasonal berries, or just wondering what fun treats to make for your kids, blueberry turnovers are a fantastic idea you should consider. There are different reasons to love these turnovers. For starters, they are mouth-wateringl
Everyone loves a no-cook dish in the summer that’s easy to throw together. Ceviche is just that—a fresh, delicious, and nutritious meal perfect for warm weather, and takes little time to prepare. Since there’s no cooking or heating required, it’s great to pac
The beauty of this Pasta Primavera recipe is that it’s simple enough to let the vegetables shine. Just some light al dente cooking and a small amount of seasoning allows you to really taste the fresh veggies. Plus, it’s full of nutritional value, too!