S H A R E R E C I P E S
Experimenting with old culinary favorites or newly-crafted dishes is a Food Fare specialty, so it should come as no surprise that three of our newest recipe contributors enjoy creating their own unique gastronomic wonders.
Our newest chefs are Whitney Binzel (from Whitbit's Kitchen) who favors Indian food, including Northern, Southern and Gujarati. Try her recipe for Potato, Cauliflower & Onion Pakoras. Julie Amalia shares her homemade food endeavors on Julie's Food & Photog blog, such as Bak Kwa Burgers, Kiwi Crumble Bars and Stuffed Bread Bowls among others. Marsha Cook is the baker behind Marsha's Baking Addiction, which includes the sweetly scrumptious treats Candy Bar Pie and Rolo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups.
Since Food Fare's inception, we have worked with a number of recipe contributors, most of whom were family members and friends. However, we recently decided to open the door and allow anyone to contribute their favorite dishes.
Are you interested in becoming a recipe contributor to Food Fare? Read more >
QUIRKY SNACKS COOKBOOK
One of my "guilty pleasure" snacks is creamy peanut butter on a spoon. I call it a "guilty pleasure" as I liken it to someone drinking milk straight from the carton and returning it to the refrigerator without telling anyone else. Rest assured, I'm a bit more fastidious. I make sure no one else uses my peanut butter jar to keep from spreading germs. Some of my other favorite "quirky" snacks include baked artichokes, roasted pine nuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and oddest of all, raw ramen noodles from the package. My teeth have taken a beating over the years because of my crunchy preferences. However, it was simple yet sheer bliss while it lasted.
Enjoy Quirky Snacks from Food Fare. Did I mention the cookbook is free?
SOUPS & STEWS COOKBOOK
Food Fare's Soups & Stews Cookbook contains more than 170 recipes for unique as well as traditional soups and stews from across the globe.
Homemade soups and stews seem particularly satisfying during autumn and winter months. Depending on where you live, the two seasons can bring cold winds, rain, snow or impenetrable fog. Preparing, sharing and consuming a hot meal of homemade soup or stew warms not only the heart and soul, but nourishes the body as well.
The new Soups & Stews Cookbook is Food Fare's offering for the "coolest" seasons, although the more than 170 recipes included within can also be prepared any time of year.