Other than one being more lumpy than the other, what’s the difference between these two soft cheeses?
- Cappuccino: a hot beverage consisting of espresso coffee and steamed milk, often served with powdered cinnamon and topped with whipped cream.
- Latte: hot espresso with steamed milk, usually topped with foamed milk.
And since they both include espresso…
- Espresso: a strong coffee prepared by forcing live steam under pressure, or boiling water, through ground dark-roast coffee beans.
They’re obviously similar, but what’s the difference between a blender and a food processor?
Let’s find out what exactly we should be using each kitchen appliance for.
Mmm, chicken fiesta soup.
If it’s seemed like I’ve done a lot of slow cooker recipes lately…it’s because I’ve done a lot of slow cooker recipes lately. Anyone else just not feel like cooking when you get home from work lately?
- 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cooked and shredded
- 1 (14.5 oz) can stewed tomatoes, drained
- 2 (4 oz) cans chopped green chiles
- 1 (28 oz) can enchilada sauce
- 1 (14.5 oz) can chicken broth
- 1 cup finely chopped onions
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- 1 tsp ground cumin
- 1 tsp chili powder
- 3/4 tsp black pepper
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 cup frozen whole kernel corn
- 1 yellow squash, diced
- 1 zucchini, diced
- tortilla strips, for garnish (optional)
- 8 oz shredded Cheddar cheese (optional)
I use canned green chiles in my cooking often; jalapenos I usually buy fresh, but I have used jarred and canned as well.
What’s the difference between these two popular peppers?
This dish hails from AllRecipes.com.
Although I love my Greek-style turkey burgers, this is a super flavorful, more traditional alternative.
- 1/2 pound ground turkey
- 2 tsp Italian-style breadcrumbs
- 2 tsp finely diced onion
- 1 garlic clove, minced
- egg white, lightly beaten
- 2 tsp fresh parsley
- pinch of salt and black pepper
- 1/4 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- oil for cooking burgers
- 2 Kaiser or hamburger rolls
- toppings and dressing (not pictured)*
*I use lettuce and tomato, with mayonnaise mixed with Dijon mustard at a 2:1 ratio.
If you’re like me, you need a little background noise when you’re doing work – especially if you’re working at home.
Obviously, the television is too much of a distraction. Music can be great, but sometimes I find myself singing along, or even getting up and dancing if it’s especially catchy.
But thanks to Pandora and Google Play, I have come across eight excellent lyricless, or almost lyricless, songs.
Add the following tunes to your playlist and actually get work done at home.
(Did you know occasional telecommuting and other flexible work/life balance options are increasing in the workplace?)
Or hey, just rock out those headphones at your cube in the office.
Did you know there’s a sloppy jane?
Well, now you do. And in about one second, I can tell you the difference between sloppy joes and sloppy janes.