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Monthly Archives: March 2017

National Tater Day

Baked Potato With Salad

“Tater” is southern slang for potato. The tater can be baked, boiled, roasted, steamed, mashed, fried, grilled or scalloped. Is can also be made into French fries, cottage Read More

National Turkey Neck Soup Day

Soup pot

Gobble, Gobble, Gobble! Does anyone eat the neck at Thanksgiving? Like me, probably not, but I do make soup out of it, and Read More

National Spanish Paella Day

paella

If I had to choose my last meal, the original paella (made with rabbit and snails) would be it. Making a true paella is Read More

National Nougat Day

nougat

Growing up and going to Spain, this was one of my favorite candies. Known as “Turron” in Spain and “Torrone” in Italy, these Read More

National International Waffle Day

Waffles

A waffle isn’t just a waffle, depending on where you are from. As a chef, I love waffles and can make almost anything into a waffle; like waffle Read More

National Tortilla Chip Day

Tortilla Chips

The tortilla chip was first mass-produced in the Los Angeles in the late 1940s, and since has taken the United States by Read More

National Chips and Dip Day

Mexican nacho chips and salsa dip in bowl on wooden background

Which came first, the chip or the dip? A few days ago, we discussed the potato chip, which was invented in 1853. In the Middle East, hummus Read More