Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Is this America's best fast-food pizza? Choose your own crust, sauce, cheese and toppings at Blaze Pizza's 250 locations across America. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 3 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs USA TODAY Published 7:50 p.m. ChT April 24, 2018 | Updated 1:21 a.m. ChT April 25, 2018 Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Build your own pie at Blaze Pizza Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Blaze Pizza is reportedly the fastest-growing restaurant chain in U.S. history. Larry Olmsted, for USA TODAY Fullscreen Inside Blaze pizza, pizzas are ordered at an assembly line … [Read more...] about Is this America’s best fast-food pizza?
Spinach, mushroom and taleggio galette Rustic, super-savoury, very easy and very delicious! Cheesy thyme pastry is filled with an oozing, creamy filling. Serves 5-6 350g mixed mushrooms 1. Slice any large mushrooms into thick slices, halve medium-sized ones and leave smaller ones whole. Melt the butter in a frying pan, add the mushrooms and plenty of seasoning, and cook over a high heat until they are dry, sizzling and beginning to brown around the edges. Add the garlic and nutmeg, and cook for a further minute. Spread onto a plate to cool. Read more Three recipes from Paola Gavin’s ‘Hazana’ cookbook 2. While the mushrooms are cooking, wilt the spinach with a little salt and a dribble of water in a dry saucepan, or use a microwave. Either way, it will only take a few minutes. Drain, cool under cold water and squeeze out all the moisture in batches with your hands. Put into a bowl and mix with the mushrooms. Mix the mustard, … [Read more...] about The Get Ahead Cook recipes: from spinach taleggio to Vietnamese prawn rolls
As on often overlooked natural ingredient, seaweed can be foraged from coastlines and, after washing thoroughly, used in your home cooking. But make sure you’ve read up on which types are edible first, as not all varieties are fit for eating. If you’re not by the coast, you can often find dried varieties, or flaked, in shops and online to buy in the form of flakes and pastes too. Just make sure it’s been collected by hand as this is the most environmentally friendly way to source it. Asparagus with gorgonzola sauce Time: 45 minutes Serves 4 Read more April's seasonal recipes: Crab Asparagus 1 piece oarweed Place the oarweed in boiling water with a little sea salt. Squeeze the orange and pour in the orange juice mixed with the orange pulp. Cook the asparagus until tender. Leave the asparagus to cool in the iced water, drain well and set aside. Gorgonzola sauce 2 soft boiled eggs Blend the soft boiled eggs with vinegar and butter in a food … [Read more...] about How to cook with seaweed at home
It’s a cliché but there really are two men who are always there for you when you need them: Ben and Jerry. While there’s a time for fro-yo and certainly a place for fancy gelato, sometimes only a tub of ice cream from the freezer will do, ideally eaten directly from the tub with a spoon, while you sit on the sofa and either laugh with your mates or cry into a rom-com. But with so many flavours from which to choose, we all have our favourites. So to save you having an argument in the freezer aisle of the supermarket, we’ve ranked all the main flavours to help you make your decision. The definitive ranking of Ben & Jerry’s flavours: 13. Vanilla (Ben & Jerry's) Vanilla ice cream Why bother? 12. Strawberry Cheesecake (Ben & Jerry's) Strawberry cheesecake ice cream with sweetened strawberry pieces and a cookie swirl It’s fine really, isn’t it? Much like a strawberry cheesecake itself. It’d never be any sensible … [Read more...] about Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavours ranked from worst to best
We all have a favourite place that's tucked away in our hometown or one we've stumbled upon on a day out and about. Places that serve delicious food, cracking coffee, locally sourced produce - and are just lovely to spend time in. Whether it's a slice of homemade cake, a carefully planned dinner with the finest ingredients or a cosy place with the hottest coffee, we've found some out of the way places we hope you'll visit... 1. Pontoon Pwllheli Instagram Imagine having the tastiest tacos or a cracking cocktail overlooking the coast at beautiful Pwllheli? We couldn't think of anything better. With a menu curated and influenced following trips to Mexico, Pontoon serves up dishes like Dr Pepper pulled pork burrito, Mexican Fried Chicken tacos and the El Crango burger. Pontoon also serves Middle Eastern Dishes like Lebanese lamb stew and Sabih, which is a grilled naan topped with cucumber, tahini sauce, Zhoug (a Middle Eastern hot sauce), soft boiled egg and fried aubergine. For … [Read more...] about 19 hidden backstreet cafes and restaurants serving incredible food