Irish Recipes that are NOT Corned Beef and Cabbage
Rather stay in and celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a quiet dinner at home? Or maybe you need to fill up before a night of serious partying. If corned beef and cabbage isn't your style, here are a few of my favorite Irish dishes. Beef Braised in Guinness 1 beef boullion cube (OXO if you got 'em) 2/3 cup hot water 2 pounds chuck or round steak 2 heaping Tablespoons flour Salt and pepper to...
epazote, mint & ginger tea
i found myself wondering if i was running out of new things to write about for seasonal eats, but my guy at the highland park farmer’s market came through with yet another green i haven’…
Yes, You Can: Make Your Own Peeps!
Peeps are sort of fetishist candy; kids like 'em, sure, but some grown ups really love 'em. If posing your Peeps as strippers, partiers, zombies, and whatnot, has lost its gloss this year, you may want to try your hand at making your own.
Mix Your Cold Brew Coffee With Oatmeal Stout To Make A Caffeinated Cocktail
You're exhausted and hungover from all of the holiday hoo-hah. What you need is some energy. And a cocktail. Stat. And no, we don't mean a vodka Red Bull. We're talking about the real go-go juice -- the stuff that'd make Honey Boo Boo proud.
Beet Greens Pesto With Pasta Recipe for Meatless Monday
Call us culinary hoarders, but every time we throw out perfectly good beat greens, the cook inside us dies a little. This recipe completely debunks the old saying "waste not, want not." It's only been a few hours and we're totally craving more.
5 Green Foods We Approve Of For St. Patrick's Day Snacking
Let's leave the green bagels and Shamrock Shakes to the amateurs, we're here to help you class up your quirky St. Pat's snacks and meals with some more edible suggestions.
Seasonal Eats: The Pungent Flavor of Epazote
Epazote is a particularly pungent herb, having an aroma of gasoline or turpentine with slight citrus notes, and the same sensation in the mouth as some of the other volatile oil-containing herbs like mint, eucalyptus, or tea tree oil.
Where's the Beef? L.A.'s BEST "Alternative" Burgers
May is National Burger Month, but you've found us happily asking "Where's the Beef?" as we go in pursuit of the American classic, done in unconventional ways. From vegan and veggie versions to creative meats and seafood tucked between two buns, a few LAisters are sharing their picks for the best beef-less burger in town.