• Home > 
  • Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Information about Food & Drink - You're here at the Food & Drink article list page. This web page is the starting point for all of our articles about Food & Drink.

Our team of topic authorities have practical expertise about this complex topic area, and they have put together well written articles that dispense advice and useful solutions in the Food & Drink topic area. You can get help in formulating new projects, you'll discover things you didn't know about Food & Drink, you will learn techniques that will help you optimize your time, this will help you know what to look out for, and you might find ways to make your Food & Drink projects cost less.

If you can't locate the article that you're looking for on this Food & Drink page, please look for a matching topic in your interest area in the categories listed above. If you still can't find the necessary information, please utilize the convenient search box at the top of the page.

Popular Articles
Cinnamon, Mexican raw sugar and Viennese-roast coffee come together for Café de Olla, a delicious drink that brings international flavor right to your coffee cup.
By Lisa Bower
Tapioca pudding, a popular dessert in America, is made from the root starch of the cassava plant native to Brazil. You can buy it pre-made, but you can also add the flavors you like if you make it at home.
By Helen Polaski
Few things say summer as readily as the delicious scent of strawberry jam or jelly, even in the dead of winter. The tantalizing aroma of sun-warmed strawberries, bursting with flavor, is enough to send you back for seconds, thirds and more. The secret to successful homemade jams and jellies is knowing exactly what steps to take and to avoid. It is a skill that is learned from many years of practice and countless trials with plenty of error.
By Helen Polaski
Good cooks know, you can't create a dish that is robust and flavorful without the addition of herbs and spices. Though many cooks prefer fresh herbs, there is a place in every kitchen for dried herbs as well. Here are a few tips for using dried herbs and a few favorites to purchase or grow in your very own Italian herb garden.
By Patricia Kennelly
By Rebecca Mikulin
If you are looking for the perfect addition to a barbecue feast, consider creating a delicious side of cole slaw. Whether you want a creamy cole slaw with a rich mayonnaise cole slaw dressing or a crisp and easy cole slaw with fresh vegetables, there are many recipes to choose from.
By Cheryl Bowman
This sweet and sour pork is not the traditional Chinese version, but this slightly sweeter dish is the way you'll find it in the United States.
One of the best ways to prepare roast beef is by taking advantage of the many oven roast beef recipes available. It doesn't take a genius to make oven roast beef, but it does take a little bit of experimentation.
By Helen Polaski
For a salad that is both healthy and delicious, choose sweet potato salad recipes that have low-fat or fat-free dressings and use little or no oil.
By Helen Polaski
There's nothing like a delicious piece of chicken straight off the grill. Whether you are planning a family dinner or barbecue feast, there are a variety of grilled chicken recipes you can choose from. If you grill chicken often, here are two great ways to put a spin on your next family dinner or barbecue.
By Cheryl Bowman
Learning how to freeze green beans is an easy step toward self-sufficiency. One seed packet of green beans will produce an abundance of plants. If you don't freeze a good portion of the beans or give them away, much will go to waste.
By Helen Polaski
By Alexandra Heep
Are you ready for an easy potato salad recipe that reminds you of a summer Sunday afternoon dinner at your favorite aunt's house? This healthy and easy version of that recipe is creamy and crunchy, and it's always a crowd pleaser. 
By Kristen Oliveri
If you have served a Mexican-themed dinner, then consider ending the meal with authentic Mexican desserts. Although these Mexican dessert recipes are decadent, your guests might be tempted to have a second helping.
By Helen Polaski
There are four types of tea: white, black, oolong and green. How the teas differ is the way the tea leaves are processed between the time they are picked and the time the are packaged.
By Rochelle Valasek
If you love wines, why not consider making your own at home? Home brewing instructions and homebrewing wine recipes can be extremely easy to follow. Over time, you will be able to adjust recipes to develop wines specifically tuned towards your taste.
By Laura Evans
If you love casserole dishes but are trying to follow a low fat diet, you will be pleased to learn there are many delicious low fat casserole recipes out there that will satisfy you so much you won't realize you're cutting fat and calories.
By Rachel Mork
Did you know that Paris is the number one tourist destination in the world? People come to the City of Lights for its history, art, nightlife, fashion and shopping. And no trip to Paris would be complete without experiencing incredible French cuisine.
By Conny Manero
By Diane Quinn
You were probably recently been introduced to ceviche and now you are looking for the recipe. Ceviche is a very popular dish with many variations.
By Natasa Shepherd
© 2014 Life123, Inc. All rights reserved. An IAC Company