There’s no better time than Halloween to indulge your imagination and delight every ghoul and boy! We suggest you trick and treat your guests to some wickedly good, avo-based horror d’oeuvres and snacks. There’s a frightfully good Frankenguac on the menu, along with some eerie deviled eggs and sweet Halloween blondies, all sure to make any Halloween gathering spooktacular!
Guacamole is a party go-to, and it lends itself to some creative twists for Halloween. Frankenguac, anyo...
Who doesn’t love avocado toast? It’s a quick and filling fix for an anytime meal. But if you ever feel like changing things up a bit, there’s a different combo you could try. You get to keep the creamy goodness of your favorite avocado topping while swapping out your toasted bread for…sweet potato! It’s simple and it adds a touch of sweetness — as well as a different set of vitamins and minerals — to your default bread choice.
Here’s how to make the most delicious avocado sweet potato toast:
Spanish Red Wine and Garlic Meatballs
By: Food and travel journalist, Mary Luz Mejia
These albondigas, meatballs, are cold-weather perfect: their bite-sized, saucy goodness makes staying in and sharing a beautiful thing. Sop up the sauce with some good bread and keep the Tempranillo or Garnacha flowing.
3 tablespoons of Spanish olive oil
15 medium to large garlic cloves, peeled
3 x 3cm slices of crusty bread
1 lbs of ground veal
5 tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped
1 teaspoon of ...
Relaxing in the Mile High City.
Beautiful Denver, Colorado is known as the Mile High City. It’s located on picturesque, high-rolling plains with mountains rising up in the east to heights of 11,000 feet, and the front range of the Rocky Mountains soaring just beyond them.While the city itself is not actually in the mountains, the snow-capped peaks surrounding it dominate Denver's picture-perfect panorama.Add to that a climate that offers 300 days of sunshine, a farm-to-table dining approach, ...
By the time most of us get to university, we're still woefully financially illiterate. At least I was.
Almost as soon as I stepped on campus, I was bombarded with credit card offers from just about every bank. Some, I recall, offered students freebies designed for dorm life, coupled with generous credit limits.
Here are some of my hard-earned credit lessons from my time at school, which I didn't learn in any classroom. Based on what I learned, I hope to do a better job guiding my daughter by ...
Few dishes celebrate summer’s delicious bounty better than a good pesto. The lack of cooking leaves its freshness intact, while the peak availability of herbs offers dishes a burst of sunny flavor. As an added bonus, pesto is so versatile that if pasta’s not your game, there are so many other ways to use this deliciously green taste of summer!
The Classic – with a Twist
Generally, pesto includes a generous fistful of basil along with some garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, pine nuts, and Parmesa...
Money- it's one of those things that everyone needs, but some feel uncomfortable giving as a gift. Sure, you can buy a money holder card, slip some cash inside, sign it and be done. But if you're more of thoughtful gift giver, here are five handy options that might just fit the bill. After all, t...
On the morning of Thursday, June 13, 1972, after three straight days of baking, Elizabeth Klodas and her mother Maria opened the doors to Granowska’s Bakery on Roncesvalles, which they named after the family bakery they left behind in Poland. “That first day, we sold out in five hours,” she told us. “We were both so happy but then started crying when we realized we had to start baking all over again! We thought we had baked enough to last the weekend!” Now, after nearly 40 years in business, ...
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Restaurant owners aren’t exactly singing “Solidarity Forever” these days. With such services as garbage collection and permit processing halted during the city worker strike, restaurateurs are getting increasingly frustrated. Carmine Accogli, chef-owner of The Big Ragu, is fuming after contending with lineups at temporary garbage transfer stations. “Other than the city worker’s contentious behaviour regarding what’s right for them and disregarding the rights of everyone else, they’re not offe...
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