Hosting parties and events, this chef has found that people want to taste the unusual, so he serves 12 types of hors d'oeuvres. The bite-sized samples allow for more creativity and exploration of global cuisines while keeping costs down.
This doctor has attended cooking school, worked in restaurants and is now sharing his research on recipes that can prevent diseases. His book includes information on food-drug interactions and some surprises, such as using full-fat salad dressings over low-fat options.
The kabocha squash stands out from its winter squash siblings as it is nuttier and sweeter. Steam, bake or simmer it with onion, sweet corn, celery and carrot in a vegetable broth. Add cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and ginger.