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Pile on the Pasta

Ever since the Chinese began making rice noodles, pasta has expanded its influence and popularity around the world, in some form or another. No longer just limited to meatballs and spaghetti, our love affair with the starchy varieties has no end. We enjoy it with sauces, in casseroles, stuffed, made with rice, whole wheat, potatoes and gluten- free, served as a side dish, an entree, in soup or a cold salad. The origins of pasta are debated by culinary historians, but wherever it began, each country has left its own unique mark on this wonderful food. So let’s explore its history and salivate over the possibilities of our next meal. We all have our own favorite version,

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Everyone Say Cheese!

Everyone Say Cheese! By Dale Phillip Truly one of life’s great pleasures, who doesn’t like cheese. Stack it on your burger, add it to a sandwich,eat it plain, mix it in casseroles and that all-time favorite, mac and cheese, there is a type for every taste bud, age and budget. Dating back thousands of years B.C. cheese was first created…

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