We reviewed the best in food from the past year, and shared a variety of recipes both indulgent and healthy. Check out our top recipes and articles from December 2013.
Its hard to believe, but it seems that food blogs are getting even more popular each year. We see a lot of them, so we wanted to share some of the best blogs you may not have discovered yet.
This French toast recipe is made with an ice cream base (créme anglaise). Use challah bread or a brioche for best results.
P.L. Travers was a misconstrued author who wrote Mary Poppins. The History Kitchen blog dispels myths about the author and shares a recipe from her Mary Poppins cookbook.
If you love to cook in 2013, chances are you brought your phone or iPad into the kitchen in order to make a recipe. This year, food and cooking apps really shined. Check out our list of apps you should be using.
Prepare a crispy maple-caramelized, roasted parsnips intermingled with sweet pomegranate seeds and shredded kale for a colorful salad.