Crepes Suzette

Crepes Suzette History and Recipe

Crepes Suzette is probably the most famous crepe dish in the world.  In a restaurant, a classic Crepe Suzette is often prepared in a chafing dish in full view of … Continued

Cuban Sandwich History

    History of Cuban Sandwich, Cubano Sandwich    Photo courtesy of Tony Hernandez III of Mr. Cubano, authentic Cuban Sandwiches, in Cape Canaveral, Florida     The Cuban sandwich, … Continued

Dagwood Sandwich History

  Dagwood Sandwich is a multi-layered sandwich with a variety of fillings.   The term, Dagwood Sandwich, is also used to denote a sandwich put together so as to attain … Continued

Danish Kringle

Danish Kringle History and Recipe

Danish Kringles is a Danish-like pastry, filled with fruits, nuts, cheese, etc., then drizzled with icing.  Over the years, a variety of fruit and nut fillings were added, and in the … Continued

Dark Chocolate Is Healthy Chocolate

  The Best Medical News In Ages! Studies in prestigious scientific journals say dark chocolate is healthy chocolate Dark Chocolate – not white chocolate or milk chocolate – is good … Continued

Dark Chocolate Mousse

Dark Chocolate Mousse Recipe

Dark Chocolate Mousse with Bourbon Vanilla Chantilly Whipped Creme Recipe   I can not think of a better way to finish off the meal then digging my spoon into a … Continued

Date Shake

Date Shake History and Recipe

Date Milkshake is a tasty culinary creation, which is commonly made in the date-growing region, near Palm Springs, southern California.  These shakes may sound strange, but date shakes are fabulous!   … Continued

Devils Food Cake

Devils Food Cake History and Recipe

Devil’s Food Cake is also know as Red Velvet Cake, Red Devils Cake, Waldorf Astoria Cake, and $100 Dollar Cake.  A beautiful mild chocolate flavor cake that is startlingly red. … Continued

Dresden Stollen

Dresden Stollen History

Dresden Stollen, German Christmas bread goes by many different names:  Stollen, Dresden Stollen, Strutzel, Striezel, Stutenbrot, or Christstollen.  The traditional German Christmas cake, is a colorful collection of nuts, raisins, … Continued

Egg Nog History

Egg Nog History

Eggnog literally means eggs inside a small cup.  It is used as a toast to ones health.  Nog is an old English dialect word (from East Anglia) of obscure origins … Continued

Eggs Benedict History and Recipe

  Eggs Benedict make any meal an elegant special occasion.  This egg dish is specially great for weekend breakfast or brunch, or a unique evening meal.  To be honest with … Continued

Election Day Cake

Election Day Cake History and Recipe

Election Day Cake is actually a classic English fruitcake or plum cake.  The original Election Day Cake included molasses, spice, raisins, and currants were used in this cake.  Later brandy was … Continued

How to make fajitas

Fajitas History and Recipe

Fajitas History: Texans would probably like to lay claim to the fajita, but history gives credit to Mexican ranch workers living in West Texas (along the Rio Grande on the … Continued

Faux Gras vs Foie Gras

  No Geese Were Hurt In the Making Of This ‘Foie Gras’ Article by Shelly Banjo The Wall Street Journal Online – August 1, 2007   In short order, the status … Continued

Fluffernutter Sandwich

Fluffernutter Sandwich History and Recipe

What is a Fluffernutter? It is not just a regular sandwich – but a Fluffernutter Sandwich!   Photo from From Away website. Flutternutter – Registered trade mark of Durkee-Mower Inc.   … Continued