Thanksgiving. That time of year where family members put their differences aside, clear their busy schedules to gather around the dinner table in hopes of drowning our everyday sorrows with the comforting taste of roasted turkey along with an endless variety of intensely filling side dishes.
Although many associate fruit cocktails as a way to cool down during the scorching summer heat, it is also a way of keeping warm as the Winter season quickly approaches. I have always strongly believed in using seasonal ingredients in my cooking as well as homemade cocktails, the way nature intended it to be.
The red lotus cocktail uses the flavor of the lychee fruit to add an Asian flavor to the drink.
The holidays are upon us and it will be nice to put all the disasters of this year behind us. There are many more problems to overcome but at least the country is taking tiny steps forward even though, to many, it does not feel like it. There will be many who will go hungry this holiday season because of lack of jobs. This is a year for those who have more to share with others less fortunate.
Explore the Delicious World of Malaysian Noodles at the Malaysia Noodle Festival Meatpacking District, September 27, 2011…
Dining out can be a great way to experience cultures and having a good time, but bringing the flavors home can be a great experience that will impress your friends and family and save you money. When it comes to creating dishes from different regions it is important to plan ahead and look at the ingredients and methods used by the region.