Follow this recipe of Panforte Tradizionale, Italy’s medieval-era fruitcake with a peppery kick. Panforte is said to be invented in Siena and is filled with nuts, dried fruits and spices.
These cookies are billed as “a ginger-lover’s treat, if ever there was one,” and are said to be one of Martha Stewart’s favourites. The recipe uses three kinds of ginger — ground, crystallized and fresh grated.
Rice pudding is one of those foods that every region makes differently and it’s a really important food because its soft texture means it’s used by many mothers when weaning their children.
Tasty, light meatballs in a rich pasta sauce are an American favorite. The meatballs in this recipe are made with bread soaked in water and squeezed dry. This makes them very light and fluffy.
The latest cookbook from America’s Test Kitchen is “The Side Dish Bible,” a curated collection of 1,001 recipes for everything from roasted artichokes to stuffed zucchini.
Do you hate broccoli? Or, perhaps can’t stand the taste of Brussels sprouts? Those preferences may not mean you’re just a picky eater. Not liking some vegetables could actually be in your genes, a new study shows.
Compared to the 2003-2004 season, Florida's orange production will be down by 80 percent this season (harvests last from November to April depending on the citrus variety). Grapefruits are the most affected.
Shea butter is consumed worldwide in chocolate, margarine and cooking oil, and cosmetic giants are using it more and more as a natural moisturiser.
Two Japanese restaurants have shot to the top of the La Liste ranking of best places to eat in the world, with a third one getting the second highest mark from the authoritative "guide of guides".