Sweet wines are surprisingly versatile and are great additives to anything from meat sauce to mushrooms to chocolate cake
A popular side dish originating in North Africa, couscous is a staple in Moroccan cuisine. Interestingly, there are three different varieties: Moroccan couscous is the smallest, resembling coarse sand; Israeli couscous is larger and chewier, lending a nuttier flavor; and Lebanese couscous is the largest, with pieces roughly the size of chickpeas. Couscous is super
If you haven’t used it in your cooking yet, it’s definitely time to give it a try.
Dark, salty, and subtly sweet, hoisin holds court as the barbecue sauce of Asian cuisine
Whether roasting the flesh, toasting the seeds, or creaming the puree with eggs and sugar, pumpkin is an awesome ingredient to keep stocked in your pantry this winter.
They’re the perfect ingredient to feature in sauces, stews, pastas, and even as the main itself. The possibilities are endless.