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Planning a party? No matter whether your bash is big or small, you’re going to need snacks for your guests to munch on while they mingle. Check out these 12 Irresistible Appetizer Recipes for a Party and find something your friends will love.
These dishes are sure to have everyone at your bash talking… and begging you for the recipes!
These party appetizers are great nearly any time of year, so break them out when you’re having company over for Christmas or you’re hosting a family get-together in the summer. These tasty munchies are so good they never go out of style. From delicious dips to bountiful bites to incredible nachos, deviled eggs and more, the variety of appetizer recipes in this collection is sure to get you inspired to try out something new in the kitchen next time you play party host.
Apple cider vinegar is made in a two-step process, related to how alcohol is made (1). The first step exposes crushed apples (or apple cider) to yeast, which ferment the sugars and turn them into alcohol. In the second step, bacteria are added to the alcohol solution, which further ferment the alcohol and turn it into acetic acid — the main active compound in vinegar. In French, the word “vinegar” actually means “sour wine.”
Apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting the sugar from apples. This turns them into acetic acid, which is the active ingredient in vinegar.
Organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar (like Bragg’s) also contains “mother,” strands of proteins, enzymes and friendly bacteria that give the product a murky appearance. Some people believe that the “mother” is responsible for most of the health benefits, although there are currently no studies to support this. Apple cider vinegar only contains about three calories per tablespoon, which is very low. There are not many vitamins or minerals in it, but it does contain a small amount of potassium. Quality apple cider vinegar also contains some amino acids and antioxidants.
Yogurt is one of our favorite weekday breakfasts. It’s fast, it’s healthy, and it’s filling. But what we love most is how infinitely customizable it is. Buy plain yogurt (we like it for its versatility and pure, additive-free ingredient list), and you’ve got a blank canvas that can handle just about anything. Read on for our favorite combinations of savory and sweet swirl-ins and sprinkle-ons, and eat happy all week (or, er, month) long.
Pomegranate seeds make everything better, especially yogurt.
Top with sliced bananas for a healthier take on a banana cream pie. Fresh fruit is a classic topping, but sweet vegetables like white beets are a surprisingly excellent addition, too. Top with chewy crystallized ginger for the perfect mix of sweet and heat. Use yogurt as the base for a fruity, creamy mango lucuma pudding.
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Ground beef recipes are a weeknight favorite for so many reasons: ground beef is inexpensive, cooks up fast, and can be used in endless delicious ways. If you’re looking for a tasty new spin on classic ground beef recipes like meatloaf, hamburgers, chili, and lasagna, the Southern Living Test Kitchen has you covered.
The real deal begins with a ball of masa flattened into a thin round that’s fried to a golden crispness.
Or, if you’re in the mood for something different with ground beef, you’ll also find surprising new ways to use ground beef in stir frys, soups, calzones, kabobs, and more. Ground beef freezes well too, so stock up at the supermarket and bookmark this gallery as your go-to source for easy ground beef recipes.
If someone asked you what type of coffee you wanted ten years ago, chances are your answer would have been predictable – an espresso, or maybe an Americano? Today, with all the new and progressive coffee brewing methods available, you may have a tough time deciding on just one method as your go-to. Cold-drip? pour over? an AeroPress brew?…you get the point (the list goes on)
For the more arteisanal inclined…or old fashioned….a lever espresso machine, that’s pumped with your hand, is a great way to brew exceptional coffee.
You may swear by the French press brewer, but unless you’ve tried them all, how do you know what you’re missing? This guide will walk you through each and every method for brewing coffee, from normal to new-age, and (hopefully) get you excited to brew coffee in every way imaginable.
The word ‘espresso’ may spring to mind when we talk about pressure brewed coffee, however, there’s more ways to brew with pressure than the stock standard espresso machine. Pressure brewed coffee merely describes a cup of coffee that is extracted using…you guessed it…pressure, resulting in fast extraction times and a more intense brew (when compared with other brewing styles).
Anyone who knows anything about coffee knows what an espresso machine is – they’ve been keeping us caffeinated since 1901.
Let’s take a quick look at the three most common ways to brew coffee with a little pressure: The espresso machine, the Moka pot, and the AeroPress brewer. Today they come in various shapes and sizes, with loads of features and gimmicks. Don’t get confused by flash machines though because the basics are the same: pressurized water is pushed through a chamber/puck of finely ground coffee beans, through a filter, resulting in what we call a shot of espresso.
Sure, you could go ahead and make your usual cup of joe, but show off your love for coffee by learning how to make a latte topped with a beautiful foam heart. It’s easier than you think!
Grind the beans into a fine powder before brewing the espresso. Alternatively, you can reconstitute instant espresso with boiling water.
Lucky for us, the talented barista Jarrah Aitchison from New York City’s Bluebird Coffee Shop was kind enough to give us a tutorial so you can make heart-topped coffee for all of the coffee lovers in your life today.
Organic food has become very popular. But navigating the maze of organic food labels, benefits, and claims can be confusing. Is organic food really better for your mental and physical health? Do GMOs and pesticides cause cancer and other diseases? What do all the labels mean? This guide can help you make better choices about shopping organic, including what to focus on and how to make eating organic more affordable.
How your food is grown or raised can have a major impact on your mental and emotional health as well as the environment.
The term “organic” refers to the way agricultural products are grown and processed. While the regulations vary from country to country, in the U.S., organic crops must be grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, bioengineered genes (GMOs), petroleum-based fertilizers, and sewage sludge-based fertilizers. Organic livestock raised for meat, eggs, and dairy products must have access to the outdoors and be given organic feed. They may not be given antibiotics, growth hormones, or any animal by-products.