Some things are just easier demonstrated... like how to chiffonade basil. Really is an easy technique but the name "Chiffonade" can be intimidating. The term "Chiffonade" is French simply means to cut into little ribbons. Basil is the most common herb associated with this term. The small ribbons of herb make for an insane garnish... such as on this Pasta Alla Checca. One of my favorites. I tend to buy loads of fresh herbs so use this technique regularly. I hope you enjoy this charming video... . . .
(Our GIVEAWAY is ending soon!! Click Here to comment and enter!!) Italian Sodas are one of the best things ever. They have yet to fail me at a girls night, movie night, family gathering, or any other occasion. Why are they so awesome? Well not only are they heavenly to consume, but they are incredibly fun and customizable. Every guest gets to dream up their own little concoction. The adventurous guest might mix up a little Blood Orange, Amaretto, with a splash of Strawberry. Conservative . . .
So I think fondue is kinda awesome. My husbands family tradition is to do a foundue feast every New Years with crab, french bread, steak, and all sorts of goodies. It is a crazy mess with the entire family gathered around one long table tearing bread, searing meat, cheese dunking and plates passing. And every year the favorite family memories are retold while someone gets embarrassed. Well, have you heard of Scentsy? I’m sure you have, I’m a regular of their wax scents and small wall . . .
I am an Arugula lover. I know there are many arugula haters out there, and that's alright. It has a strong flavor and it seems that you either love it or hate it. If you are a lover like me keep reading. And watching! That's right! I put together a little clip of the basic components of my favorite arugula salad! Watch and see how simple it is! This is my first time creating a montage like this, let me know what you think- I'm kind of excited about adding more mixed media to our . . .