Melissa Guerra, one of TLK's featured chefs, is an 8
Wine. We love it with our cheese, we drink it up when dishing with friends on a Friday night. But did you know the fruit of the vine adds flavor, color, and a little excitement when used as a cooking ingredient?
Baking can be very intimidating. It’s an accurate process where factors like exact measurements, oven temperature, and even weather affect its success.
Chayote (chi-OH-tay) is a light green, somewhat pear shaped member of the cucurbitaceous family, that originates from Mexico.
The sweet, sunny taste of fresh pineapple is a healthy pick-me-up that supplies important vitamins and antioxidants while tasting positively fantastic.
Tamarind is a pod-like legume which is indigenous to the tropical regions of Africa, but which is also grown throughout South Asia and Mexico.
Cassava, also known as manioc, yuca, and tapioca, is an elongated tuberous root native to South America, and an excellent source of carbohydrates. Underneath the easily bruised brown skin of this starchy root lies a pale white interior, which can be cooked any number of ways.