Try out these new restaurants and bars in the City of AngelsBest Restaurants in Los AngelesIt’s a new year and there are tons of new restaurants and bars around Los Angeles to try in 2012. So make a it a goal to eat out, and book a table at one of these great new places.There are a host of variables that combine to make a restaurant& 39;s opening hotly anticipated.
Not your grandmother’s mayo-laden broccoli salad, this healthier take incorporates both broccoli and cauliflower for double the crucifer power. And instead of drowning in mayonnaise, we keep it lighter, and add some sweet tang with the addition of apple cider vinegar and Greek yogurt. You& 39;ll want to let this salad sit so the flavors can marinate, but be sure to hold the bacon until right before you serve the salad so it doesn’t turn soggy.
Before Eric Stauffer left for California to study winemaking at UC Davis, he made wine as a teenager with his father, Eric Miller, at the family’s Chaddsford Winery in Pennsylvania. Degree in hand, Little Eric, as the family calls him to differentiate him from Big Eric, settled down to become a West Coast winemaker, for the last few years at the French-owned Domaine Carneros in Napa Valley.
It’s time to celebrate Christmas, not empty caloriesThinkstock5 Healthier Versions of Christmas PiesThinkstockkip the store-bought pie this Christmas and make your own, using wholesome ingredients, such as whole-wheat flour and honey. Your body will appreciate the idea that you are satisfying your sweet tooth, but feeding it with easily digestible ingredients.
Posted by Criss in Cakes25 Apr 2015 | 24145 viewsFrom the cycle & 34; I ticked this one too & 34 ;, today, the Tosca cake. Top with coconut and poppy flakes, vanilla cream, syrupy biscuits and chocolate. This cake is greased from my mother's specialties, only I adapted it to our taste.
Don’t pack your bags just yet; some of your favorite locations from famous songs are purely fictionalPhoto Modified: Wikimedia Commons/ Public Domain“Big Rock Candy Mountain” — Harry McClintockHere’s a piece of useful advice: If a random hobo says he’s going to lead you to a magical, faraway land with crystal fountains, handouts growing on bushes, a lake of stew, lemonade springs, and cigarette trees — don’t go.