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Coffee Cake is our foodie flick of the day. This sponge cake flavored with coffee can be served around your coffee table with your favorite cup of java. Since today is National Coffee Cake Day, we came across this recipe for Pear and Sour Cream Coffee Cake from the editors at Food and Wine.
While you’re there, be sure to check out these 11 Best Recipes to Make on National Coffee Cake Day from Food and Wine. Bon Appetit!
Today is Food Porn Friday and we are celebrating the good ole potato. National Tater Day is observed annually on March 31. Tater Day started way back in the early 1840s with the trading and selling of sweet potatoes. It is the oldest continuous trade day in the United States.
According to the International Potato Center, there are more than 4,000 varieties of native potatoes, mostly found in the Andes. There are also over 180 wild potato species, although too bitter to eat, their important biodiversity includes natural resistances to pests, diseases, and climatic conditions.
Here’s an easy yummy recipe, Cheesy Bacon-Tater Tot Pie recipe, courtesy of the Food Network Kitchen that takes only 45 minutes to prepare and serves 8. All you need are a few simple ingredients.
Happy #NationalTaterDay on #FoodPornFriday
March 10 is National Blueberry Popover Day. Oh, those light airy rolls that puff up when baked comes out crispy, flakey and golden on the outside, hollow and warm on the inside. These puffed up rolls are filled with blueberries. Made using mostly eggs, milk, flour and salt, popovers can also be filled with custards, other fruits, and creams.
We found this easy and delicious recipe for homemade blueberry popovers from MommyBase. Go ahead and sink your teeth into this puff of deliciousness as we celebrate #NationalBlueberryPopoverDay on #FoodPornFriday!
Most commonly served with salsa, chile con queso, guacamole, cheese dips or other dips, tortilla chips are a popular snack or hors d’oeuvres consumed for practically any occasion. Today, we celebrate this crunchy food item on National Tortilla Chip Day.
Tortilla chips have always been considered as a Mexican food, known as tostados. They were first mass-produced in Los Angeles during the late 1940′s and it is reported that they were made popular by Rebecca Webb Carranza as a way to use the misshapen tortillas that were rejected from the automated tortilla manufacturing machine, used in her and her husband’s factory. Carranza received the Golden Tortilla Award in 1994 for her contribution to the Mexican food industry.