Photo courtesy of the New York Travel FestivalWe’re excited to announce Epicure & Culture has signed on as one of the media partners of the 2014 New York Travel Festival. We are looking forward to being a part of this stimulating and innovative event where consumers can learn to enhance their travel experience and travel professionals can expand their knowledge on the constantly changing landscape of the industry.
A perfect make-at-home version of this classic brunch dishOlga Nayashkova/ ShutterstockEggs Benedict might very well be the single best brunch dish, and with this recipe a classic, restaurant-worthy version with freshly poached eggs and a quick and easy hollandaise comes together in less than an hour.
RecipesIngredientsMeat and poultryPoultryChickenCuts of chickenChicken thighThis is a traditional Turkish Chicken Tava recipe, much loved by all who visit Turkey. You& 39;ve no reason not to try it!32 people made thisIngredientsServes: 8 2 tablespoons olive oil, divided8 boneless chicken thighs, with skin170g tomato puree4 tablespoons water8 cloves garlic, halvedsalt and pepper to taste4 medium potatoes, sliced4 tomatoes, sliced1 large onion, sliced200g fresh mushrooms, sliced8 long green peppersMethodPrep:20min ›Cook:1hr30min ›Ready in:1hr50minPreheat oven to 170 C / Gas 3.
Seemingly every culture has its big bowl of noodles, and in Japan, the complex and comforting ramen is king. But even if your college obsession with Cup Noodles has given way to weekly jaunts to the hot new ramen spot in town, we bet there’s a lot you didn’t know about this salty, umami-kicked soup.10 Things You Didn’t Know About Ramen (Slideshow)When you hear the word “ramen,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind?
From your table décor to your favorite dishes, here are some tips and ideas for celebrating National Garden Month!Oh, how your garden grows!Ready, set, grow! Spring is blooming just in time for National Garden Month this April. Bring spring into your life (and your home) with these DIY ideas, all using the classic Ball canning jar.
Learn how to make Christmas cut-out biscuits in the shapes of stars, gingerbread men or Christmas trees, which can be decorated in almost any way you can imagine! Make a whole lot in November, then freeze them to have to hand throughout the festive season.A few simple tools make it easierAside from the ingredients in your recipe, a rolling pin, baking paper, cookie or biscuit cutters and flat baking sheets without edges, will make your job much easier.