FoodWire offers a monthly update on what’s cooking on
Everyone loves lists, so we have a pair of Top Ten lists for you this month. Want to know what people are having for breakfast these days—or what they’re going to be eating in the A.M.? Our prognosticating team from CultureWaves, Mintel International, and the International Food Futurists have set the breakfast table for you from 1 through 10. See if you agree with their picks for the Breakfast Trends of 2011.
Then Editor Kay Logsdon made her personal picks for a Top Ten Cookbooks list. Selections include Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything, Sweet Chic by Rachel Schifter Thebault, and The Pioneer Woman Cooks by the highly popular blogger Ree Drummond. Logsdon says her list is the answer to the question “What have you liked well enough to buy for yourself?”
No, we’re not selling our delicious recipes. Those are still free. But maybe you’ve seen a certain gourmet food product or kitchen tool used by one of our chefs, and said “I’d like to buy one of those.”
Well, now you, too, can shop like a chef. You can just click on the SHOP tab at the top of the page and you’re there.
We’ll be bringing you recommendations and information about some of these products so you can shop with assurance. Our goal is to hunt down and bring you the best new and useful products on the market. As we get our new store up and running, we’d appreciate your questions and feedback, too.
You’ll also find outstanding food products from the USA in the World Market, of course. Right now the spotlight is on smoked meats, cheeses and specialty products from Ozark Mountain Smokehouse.
We have tested these products in our kitchens and have prepared recipes using them, so shoppers can enjoy these world flavors in their own homes.
Special promotion in April. Watch The Food Channel Facebook page starting April 4 for a limited-time giveaway of an Ozark Mountain Smokehouse spiral sliced bone-in ham paired with a pound cake, perfect for a stress-free and delicious Easter celebration.
“Our new 24-hour Food Channel Store was built to answer a question we get all the time,” says Editor Kay Logsdon. “Readers ask, ‘Where can I buy the cool stuff I’ve seen on your site’? Well, now we have an answer for them.”
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