The smartest shoppers really know how to make the most of their trips to the store. It’s a skill, one I’m sure many of us wish we were better at. Smart shoppers know how to stretch their dollar further, avoid buying unnecessary items, and make their store work for them. Want in on some of their secrets?
According to American culinary legend, an unknown Los Angeles chef devised onion dip back in the 50s by mixing Lipton soup mix with sour cream. Maybe … maybe not. What we know is that the folks at Lipton’s picked up the ball and ran with it to the point that more of their dehydrated soup mix was going into the dip bowl than the soup bowl. I have nothing against using manufactured mixes, but look, after the zombie apocalypse strikes, and the megamart shelves are stripped bare … what do we do then? Those of us with this recipe in our go-bags will survive to dip another day. Food for thought people, food for thought.
Yuanyang tea is a popular drink in Hong Kong that combines sweet black milk tea with brewed coffee. Served hot or cold, it’s the perfect morning pick-me-up.
Scientists say they’ve created strain of seaweed that, when fried, tastes just like bacon. Sure, we’ll believe it when we taste it.
Really great Southern fried chicken needs two things: juicy, flavorful meat and an ultra-crisp and crunchy crust. Here are four quick and easy ways to achieve both. The best part? These tricks will work for any Southern fried chicken recipe you’ve got.
Thanks Glove and Boots!
If you’re attending a backyard barbecue, pool party, or any kind of group gathering this holiday weekend, chances are someone’s going to offer you a beverage in a red Solo cup (or its off-brand ilk). Long before it was immortalized in song, the disposable, recyclable, and brightly colored plastic cup has been a de facto accompaniment to good times in the good old U.S. of A. Here’s why it’s so iconic — including a secret that you may not know.