All About Tastebuds

Thu, Jun 26, 2014 4:37 pm

The most American holiday of the year is upon us, and that means cookouts, pool parties and campfires.

For a truly festive function, this flag cake will bring out the patriotism in just about anyone. This creation is simple and can be done with some fruit, a little food color and some patience. Find Betty Crocker’s complete recipe at this link.

 

Tue, Jun 10, 2014 10:47 am

What contains only three ingredients and has its own national day of adoration? Believe it, or not, the S’more is celebrated yearly in the United States on August 10! Often spelled, smore, and stemming from the phrase “some more” this non-complex dessert is a traditional night time campfire treat in both the United States and Canada.

Thu, Jun 5, 2014 10:43 am

At the WOUB Public Media offices we’ve often joked that if someone wanted to kill off the entire staff all they’d have to do is leave some laced brownies in the lunchroom. It would take us all down by the end of the day.

Like most office staffs, we like to eat.

If you’ve spent any time in a media organization, you know that food comes second only to our other vice - coffee.

Fri, May 23, 2014 4:31 pm

Many of us are anticipating the upcoming extended weekend as we prepare to celebrate and honor Memorial Day 2014 in the United States of America. Just some of the activities may be: cookouts, graduations, parades, vacations, barbeques, time for home and yard improvements, picnics, family reunions, class reunions, remembering our loved ones by adorning grave stones with flowers, local and national performances honoring our fallen and current military service people, snoozing in your hammock…AND…MOST IMPORTANTLY a time of reflection and remembrance.

Fri, May 9, 2014 11:42 am

WOUB Public Media is now featuring a cooking show with Ian Knauer titled, THE FARM. Ian gained a tremendous amount of experience by working for Gourmet Magazine for ten years. His position there enabled Ian to travel the world in search of the best food. He quickly realized that the way his family ate wasn’t just down-home country cooking, but rather, world-class food and the picture of what American food can be.

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