Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives
Located 16 feet below sea level it is the first all-glass undersea restaurant and provides a 180-degree view of the coral gardens.
We can’t seem to get enough of kids reacting to random things and I am admittedly as guilty as the next person. So today we have “American Kids Try Breakfasts From Around the World.”
Their reactions range from…
Here is an easy recipe for rosemary infused olive oil! We use it for our homemade lotions and hair oils…and of course, recipes. (This is our secret ingredient in our homemade spaghetti sauce!)
Rosemary infused olive oil recipe
Add sprigs and oil in a small saucepan over low heat. Simmer for 10 minutes.
Transfer sprigs and oil to jar and refrigerate for up to 1 month.
Buzzfeed decided to do all of us coffee addicts a solid when they created this lovely piece of viral content. The video lays out everything to you need to make some of the most popular coffee drinks from around the world.
It’s fun to see what country is associated with each drink.
Which recipe would you most like to try?
Images and text by Jamie Grumet.
There are only a handful of companies/products I really go crazy for, and Hampton Creek is definitely on the list. Some of you may remember when we posted about them earlier in the year. Since then, their eggless mayonnaise has since become a staple in our home.
When I was writing the post for Just Mayo, they sent me some previews of their eggless cookie dough. I was obsessed at first … Keep Reading!!!
Here is our list of the best food at Disneyland. Definitely check out the bottom of our list for some old classics worth mentioning!
Cornmeal-crusted Fried Green Tomatoes layered with two slices of Heirloom Tomatoes topped with Havarti cheese, Rémoulade, Jicama-Mango Slaw and served on a Multi-Grain Roll. This vegetarian option at the Hungry Bear Restaurant in Critter Country a hidden gem amongst the rest of the standard menu.
The Mint Julep … Keep Reading!!!
Our home consists of a bunch of Ethiopians and Armenians, which means coffee is never far away. It’s so ingrained in various aspects of our cultures, so much so that it is always much more to us than just a quick energy fix. (BTW: Our favorite ethical brand is Marley Coffee.)
However, I’m not knocking the boost of energy coffee gives us. Although, I’ve never really understood how it works, other than knowing that caffeine is involved. AsapSCIENCE is … Keep Reading!!!
Cocoa farmers in Ivory Coast find out what their beans are used for and what the finished product tastes like when they sample their first chocolate bar.
Cocoa beans are often an export-only product for many farmers who work long hours to make a living. Also, a chocolate bar costs half of what the entire team of farmers makes in one day. This is why we need to always be mindful and only purchase chocolate from ethical and fair-trade sources.… Keep Reading!!!
I was thinking about “Forks and Corks” this morning and why I am spending time doing this Blog. I started this Blog mainly because I love to cook and enjoy the whole process of cooking, serving food to old friends, new friends, and family. I have recipes that I simply want to share. But besides sharing recipes that Tom and I like, it became clear to me as I was talking to our … Keep Reading!!!
Hampton Creek is a food company with a mission to bring healthier, affordable food to everyone.
Their mission is admirable, but don’t let that fool you; their food is delicious. Brian and I have been loving their “Eat The Dough” which is cookie dough you can eat raw because it contains no eggs, and is thus salmonella-free.
Hey everyone! We have another great giveaway for you!
I wanted to introduce you to Nothin’ But Foods! This company makes my husband’s very favorite cookies!
The cool thing about all of the Nothin’ But products is that they contain no gluten or GMO ingredients and are also egg free, wheat free, butter free, and filler free.
Their oven-bake process using simple, fresh, real ingredients is what makes their bars and cookies taste so good.
The big news today is that St. Patrick was a murderous asshole, but that is still largely up for debate.
As much as I’d love to know the truth about Ireland’s patron saint, I’m actually more concerned about how the U.S. celebrates March 17th by dying everything green- including food that isn’t supposed to be green!
It’s green insanity!