Welsh cakes (picau ar y maen, pice bach, cacen gri or teisen radell in Welsh) are a traditional griddle cake popular in Wales since the 19th century. I first was introduced...
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The day after Thanksgiving brings a fridge full of leftovers. Some naturally lend themselves to lunch the next day like turkey for sandwiches or vegetables which reheat easily. Mashed potatoes...
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The summer racing season is littered with 5Ks, 10Ks, and longer distances that actually require training. We won’t worry about those longer races for people who are certifiable but will...
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SO YOU WANT TO GO TO NAPA? Today there are thousands of wineries in the US that offer wine tasting in dozens of different wine regions. Even Alaska has wineries...
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The New Prairie Kitchen is a fantastic collection of stories and recipes from Midwest farmers and chefs. Part cookbook, part short story, this book is an ideal coffee table book...
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There are many places along Pacific Coast Highway in Central and Northern California worth visiting that are well known: Santa Barbara, Hearst Castle, Big Sur, etc.. However, there are two...
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I often make muffins at home but find that they are always much smaller than ones that you buy at a bakery or coffee shop. No matter how much batter...
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With Four Sons just celebrating their one year anniversary, I thought I’d take the opportunity to re-post the article I wrote about them last year. One year later and with several...
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Welcome to worldexplorerfoodie.com! My Grandmother once gave me some excellent advice which I have tried to follow as much as possible. She told me not to wait for the “right time”...
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