Although a favorite appetizer among diners everywhere, cured meat often leaves us with the question: What am I actually eating?
In this six-video series, Chef Chris Sinclair-McCalla uses simple techniques combined with finger-licking ingredients to create easy-to-make, yet healthy, foods.
Nothing beats the layers of cured meats, salty cheese, shredded lettuce and thick tomatoes. And thanks to a few smart assembly tips, it stays fresh and crisp all day long.
Try this take on this comfort-food favorite! These individualized chicken pot pies with prosciutto and herbs are perfect for the whole family.
Pale lagers, like the American Lager, are light and refreshing. The highly carbonated and crisp beverage pairs well with spicy foods like Buffalo hot wings and noodle-based dishes like Vietnamese pho. According to Price, light lagers also go well with bitter foods like asparagus because they take away some of its astringency — try it with this prosciutto wrapped asparagus.
Goat cheese and prosciutto create a light but lovable pasta.
When I am in the mood for casual dining, I often just say "fork it."
Happy Monday, dear readers. I hope everybody had a great weekend and enjoyed the blue sky that finally appeared on Sunday!
'Twas the Monday after Thanksgiving,
This is Nona again, filling in for Lindsey while she's still tied up with editing duties. And once again, I am working with some promotional l…