RecipesDish typePies and tartsQuicheThis German quiche is hearty and very simple to make. Simple and delicious!8 people made thisIngredientsServes: 6 - 8250g plain flour125g margarine4 eggs15g butter500g onions, chopped200g bacon, diced150g whipping creamsalt freshly ground black pepper2 tablespoons caraway seedsplain flour for dustingmargarine for greasing tinMethodPrep:45min ›Cook:1hr10min ›Ready in:1hr55minGrease a 25cm round springform tin.
Toss together parsnips, olive oil, kosher salt, and black pepper until combined. Spread on a large rimmed baking sheet. Bake at 450°F until tender, 20 to 25 minutes, stirring after 15 minutes. Drizzle with fresh lemon juice and olive oil; top with Castelvetrano olives and fresh flat-leaf parsley.
Feeling chilly? These are the best drinks to warm you upWhat& 39;s Good at Trader Joe& 39;s?Similar to Nestle& 39;s popular Abuelita, Trader José& 39;s Spicy Hot Cocoa is hot chocolate with cinnamon and a bit of Latin love.These Trader Joe’s drinks are trendy and cool — and meant to be served at a high temperature.
Burger King keeps up the snack-inspired food trend with the new Cheetos Chicken FriesIs this the rise of agent orange dust?First, Burger King wowed us with Mac N’ Cheetos bites, and then it confused us by throwing Doritos on top of a regular BK burger.The latest crunchy, orange, snack-inspired food from The King is Cheetos Chicken Fries featuring Burger King’s popular chicken fries covered in a crispy Cheetos coating, according to Business Insider.
Teisui is one of the most recent international outposts to open in New York. Entrepreneur Takuro Hirabayashi, who owns the Teisui Hotel located on top of a remote mountain in the Akita province of Japan, opened this upscale restaurant in Flatiron. The modern, sleek, and serene 17-seat space hopes to recreate the experience of a traditional Japanese ryokan.
The Season of Giving is upon us, and while most of us have plans to spend the holidays with friends and loved ones, now is also the time to think of those less fortunate. If you’re going to donate food to food banks, there are some items that you may not realize that they need.The Surprising Things Food Banks Really Need This Holiday Season (Slideshow)There are two important criteria that you should keep in mind when deciding what to donate: the items must non-perishable, and they should be as nutritious as possible.