The irony of Presidents& 39; Day is that we don’t know exactly when George Washington was born — either Feb. 11 or 22. At the time of his birth in the 1730s, the Julian calendar was still being used by the British Empire, who didn’t switch to the Gregorian until later in the 18th century. But regarless of when he was actually born, the federal holiday is an undisputed gift to all school children and fully employed individuals who get the day off.
Celebrity chef Darren McGrady is judging a culinary showdown between 3 local chefsChef Mike Davis prepared a shrimp, strawberry, and goat cheese salad at the 2011 Famously Hot Chef Showdown.South Carolina is revving up its competitive culinary spirit at the Famously Hot Chef Showdown on Oct. 11 at the State Fair in Columbia, S.
The pop culture phenomenon is one of the most polarizing people in foodPhoto by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Caesars EntertainmentFieri is best known for his hair, shades, bling, and allusions to Flavortown.Guy Fieri is easily one of the most polarizing figures in the food world today. He’s the host of Food Network’s insanely popular Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, he runs several extremely successful restaurants, and he’s even got his own wine business.
It is not something difficult but it would be good to eat as many salads as possible, especially in the hot period. Cut onions, tomatoes, radishes, cucumbers, put them in a bowl, in another bowl add sour cream or yogurt, salt, pepper, a little oil, dill and mix everything then pour over the salad.
Famed NASCAR driver Richard Childress broke ground on the main building on his namesake vineyard in Lexington, North Carolina 10 years ago, in the summer of 2004. Just a few short months later, the facility began welcoming guests who were eager to sample his wines, and Childress knew he needed to feed these wine-thirsty masses as well.