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Rouge Tomate's Red Tornado

Serious Eats Jaclyn Einis 2 comments

Even if you're not so big on beets, chances are you'll be pleasantly surprised by Rouge Tomate's Red Tornado, a delicious mix of pomegranate, citrus, and beet juice. More

Preserved: Tequila Sunrise Marmalade with Orange and Pomegranate

Sweets Stephanie Stiavetti 2 comments

I like sweet-tart jams, and this marmalade is one of the best I've tried. Tart orange accepts a sweet hug from bright-red pomegranate, and the whole thing is given a nice, boozy kiss from the addition of a touch of tequila. More

Serious Salads: Arugula, Apple and Pomegranate Salad with Cider-Honey Vinaigrette

Serious Salads Jennifer Segal Post a comment

This salad of peppery arugula, crisp apples, and juicy pomegranate seeds is adapted from Raising the Salad Bar by Catherine Walthers. It's perfect for autumn, and as pretty as it is delicious! More

Arugula, Apple, and Pomegranate Salad with Cider-Honey Vinaigrette

Serious Eats Jennifer Segal Post a comment

This salad of peppery arugula, crisp apples and juicy pomegranate seeds is adapted from Raising the Salad Bar by Catherine Walthers. It's perfect for autumn, and as pretty as it is delicious! More

DIY Grenadine

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 2 comments

DIY grenadine is as quick to make as simple syrup, and you are in control of how sweet it is. Pomegranate molasses and rosewater add a bit of complexity to the flavor of the final product. More

Winter Fruit Salad with Pomegranates

Serious Eats Jennifer Segal 3 comments

Shishito Peppers with Pomegranate Caviar

Serious Eats Linda Miller Nicholson Post a comment

Have yourself a a modernist merry Christmas. More

Cook the Book: Bittersweet Salad

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 6 comments

The bittersweet-ness of this salad comes from the radicchio, sour blood orange segments, and tart pomegranate seeds dressed with a reduced orange-maple vinaigrette, which is really more of a syrup with a touch of aromatic orange flower water. The toasty pine nuts and little spoonfuls of creamy ricotta dolloped on top also complements the bitterness. More

Gluten-Free Tuesday: Pomegranates

glutenfreegirl 8 comments

It was not until I was forced to go gluten-free that I started really eating pomegranates. My motto? "If it doesn't have gluten in it, I'm eating it." Pomegranates intimidated me for years. Their tough skin and thick pith seemed pretty impenetrable. More

Cook the Book: Pomegranate-Braised Beef Cheeks with Butternut Squash Puree

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 7 comments

The cheeks are braised for a few hours in red wine and pomegranate juice—a mix of acidic liquids that reduces and melds with the meaty juices to create a sauce that's sharp enough to cut through the fattiness of the cheeks, but still rich enough to taste special. More

The Crisper Whisperer: Turkey Salad with Pomegranate and Pistachios

Serious Eats Carolyn Cope 12 comments

Note: You may know Carolyn Cope as Umami Girl. She stops by on Tuesdays with ideas on preparing fruits and vegetables. [Photograph: Carolyn Cope] For those of us who love food, the days between Thanksgiving and New Years can be... More

Blogwatch: Homemade Vietnamese Yogurt

Michele Humes 1 comment

As Pinkberry, Red Mango and a thousand imitators battle it out for yogurt supremacy, the Vietnamese have been quietly making their own addictively sharp (but non-frozen) yogurt snack, da ua, or sua chua, for decades. Diane from White on Rice Couple shows us how it's done. The secret ingredient? Sweetened condensed milk. The star player in dulce de leche mellows the tang and gives the yogurt a silky, gently set consistency. Sprinkled with in-season pomegranate seeds, as Diane serves hers, it makes an unusual alternative to the pomegranate yogurts now making the soft-serve rounds.... More

Market Scene: Fall's Hollywood Cameo

Market Scene Leah Greenstein 2 comments

A pomegranate bursting at the seams. In most states, you know it's fall because the leaves change colors, turning golden, crimson and persimmon, until the tops of trees look aflame. Here in Southern California you know it's fall when everything is actually on fire and the Santa Ana winds are blowing hard enough to knock down small children. While our crisp hills smolder and turn brown like burnt cakes from Ventura County to Fontana to the Sepulveda Pass, there's the upside in knowing that fall weather also means ton of marvelous fall produce at the Hollywood Farmers' Market (map). Aw, Nuts The new crop of pistachios has finally arrived! The Santa Barbara Pistachio Company, located in Sierra Madre Mountains... More

British Pomegranate Juice Gets Your Juices Flowing

Robyn Lee 9 comments

Pomegreat advertisement from Chimp Media Monitoring If you want to be sexy, you have to take care of your body. And you know what that means—scatter a truckload of pomegranates around your bed and eat them, all the time. While naked. If you can't do that, the next best thing is to drink buckets of pomegranate juice made by Pomegreat. Because "Sex kittens don't drink milk," and Pomegreat will "Get the juices flowing." ...What? I was going to drink pomegranate juice because I was thirsty. I think I'll stick with water. [via Chimp Media Monitoring... More

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