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This month we chatted with home cook Pot Scrubber about cooking meals for one and his cheap bachelor-friendly recipes. You may recognize him by his alter-ego Dame Edna or one of his 300+ fun reviews. A regular fixture on Food.com since 2004, Potsie hosts the community’s Asia and Pets forums.
This month home cook GiddyUpGo has taken on the impressive task of cooking one dish from every nation around the globe. From Abkhazia to Zimbabwe, she’s giving us a geography lesson with every bite. Read on to find out how this mother of four researches authentic recipes and sources unusual ingredients like yak and kangaroo from her small hometown of Rough and Ready, CA. Click here to see her recipes »
For this month’s spotlight, we are thrilled to feature La Dilettante as our “Miss July.” Although she’s been (mostly) vegetarian for the last 16 years, she still occasionally hankers for fried chicken livers and often “cheats” with fish.
A member since 2009, La Dilettante has reviewed over 130 recipes! Salads, soups, crockpot recipes — she’s given many of them a healthy meatless makeover without complaint from her meat-loving household. To find out more about La Dilettante’s life in the kitchen, we chatted with her about her biggest cooking flop and her guilty pleasure food confession.
For this month’s spotlight, we’re visiting with one of our international members — Zurie, who logs in every day from her house and farm in a small seaside town in South Africa.
Over the years she has contributed 330-plus recipes, which range from her simple (and very popular) Microwave Magic Chocolate Mug Cake to more exotic South African dishes like her Hakuna Matata All-African Barbecue Sauce.
Food.com hits Twitter every day and tweets about our latest recipes, chefs, photos and on Tuesdays we always tweet a helpful cooking tip. The goal of these tips is to help our tweeps save money, time and sanity in the kitchen. A recent example is this celery storage tip that we found in our talk forums:
We’ve served up a lot of our members’ clever cooking tips lately, but we’re always looking for more!
Got a good tip up your sleeve? Send us your best cooking tip and if yours is chosen by random selection, we’ll retweet it and you’ll win this killer cookbook from Food Network Magazine! Not only does this giant tome have 1,000 easy recipes, it’s chock full of great cooking tips and tricks!
For this month’s spotlight, we’re featuring a double dose of greatness — husband-and-wife duo 2Bleu, known separately by their nicknames Buddha and Bird.
Members since 2007, this couple from Duncan, South Carolina, add, rate and photograph dozens of recipes each year. They dabble in every cuisine, creating inventive recipes that get glowing reviews.
Grilling can be a challenge when you play the guessing game. Your dish can go from underdone to charred in only a matter of minutes. Help is here! Bookmark our easy-to-use chart or save it and print it (bonus points for laminating it like we did!) and keep handy next to the grill. Perfectly grilled goods every time!
Behind our yummy recipes, reviews and photos are creative cooks, crafters, photographers and food lovers. This month we’re spending time with Andi of Longmeadow Farm!