The lads at Sorted Food have mixed up some really delicious seasonings in today’s video.
They can be quick and easy gifts for the holidays, or they can be placed into your everyday spice rack. It’s up to you, but either way nothing beats a good sprinkling of spices.
Fall is upon us and my apartment has been full of of delicious smells from kimchi making and pickling vegetables.
This is my favorite time of year. I love turning the bounty of the summer into sour pickles, spicy kimchi and warm dishes.
This video details a very traditional cabbage kimchi, and is the recipe I make. It is so delicious and can be used for many different dishes as well as eaten on its own.
What kind of fall foods do you prepare in your kitchens? Let me know in the comments.
For the full recipe and a list of helpful tips for making kimchi click here.
Today’s video recipe is super fun and super easy.
It’s also a great way to save some money by using up over-ripe fruits or scraps that weren’t used in other recipes.
Today’s video details a great way to enjoy a light dessert while we soak up the last days of summer.
It’s delicious, nutritious and is a lovely use for ripe peaches.
I would recommend substituting the sugar for equal parts honey or rapadura (sucanat).
I also recommend experimenting with other types of fruits, and discovering new combinations.
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This delicious recipe by Maangchi is a great way to sneak in more strawberries before the season comes to an end.
I would recommend replacing the sugar with honey, but with just two ingredients it couldn’t be simpler.
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Today’s video is a recipe that I only became familiar with after moving to the city.
It has since become one of my favorite drinks, and a favorite of my friends as well.
Nothing beats a good milk tea on a hot Colorado afternoon.
This recipe can also be adapted in almost infinite ways. Have fun with it, and discover your favorite boba drink.
If you are worried about using sweetened condensed milk in this recipe, click here to see a recipe for home made condensed milk using healthy sweeteners.
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Today’s video is something I desperately want to try. The Sorted crew make their twist on a full English breakfast look amazing, and very simple to put together.
There are lots of healthy fats and meats right along with a healthy dash of veggies.
It’s definitely a winner.
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Today I am sharing a video with three variations of the quintessential American main course for summer.
There’s nothing like firing up the barbeque and grilling up some delicious burgers.
Become a gourmet grill master with these simple, delicious and healthy recipes.
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Today I have two videos to share. They are from two of my favorite YouTube channels, and both are absolutely delicious.
Many of the fish cakes sold in Asian markets today contain unhealthy additives such as MSG, dyes, and other nasty preservatives.
These recipes show how to make fish cakes using real fish and healthy ingredients. Enjoy.
さつま揚げ (satsuma-age) are a fish cake from Kagoshima, Japan. They are used in various stews and hotpots, or eaten as a snack. They have a lovely flavor and texture and are also a great way to incorporate fish into the diet.
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어묵 (eomuk) are fish cakes from South Korea. Many believe they were created to mimic the Japanese fish cakes many centuries ago. They are delicious and like satsuma-age, they are great in soups or just as a snack.
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Greetings Everyone! Today’s video is something a little different, and something I absolutely adore.
The subject of edible flowers has always intrigued me, and I’m looking forward to trying out this lovely recipe.
It is also very adaptable, as the list of edible flowers is quite extensive. Try serving these at a bridal shower, or even just with afternoon tea. They’ll add an elegant and whimsical touch to any occasion.
I would recommend a sprinkling of Lavender buds with a drizzle of honey instead of the simple syrup.
For more information about edible flowers check out this lovely article by TreeHugger.com