Today I was startled to discover Rush Limbaugh has his own brand of tea. Has anyone actually seen this product stocked anywhere? Apparently the first shipment quickly sold out in my hometown. However, I'm from Cincinnati, so that isn't surprising.
This past summer I was making an italian-inspired farro salad. I noticed a sun-dried tomato vinaigrette recipe on the back of the bag of sun-dried tomatoes and decided to dress the salad with it. The vin ended up being astonishingly delicious, and I'd love to make it again, but apparently I did not save the recipe. I've since examined every brand of sun-dried tomatoes in search of it, to no avail. Aside from vinegar, olive oil, and sundried tomatoes, I'm certain it contained sauteed garlic. Is this recipe ringing a bell for anyone?
This article, http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/12/health/research/12allergies.html, published a few months back, reminded me of how many people now seem convinced they have food allergies. As the child of someone who goes into anaphylactic shock when stung by bees, I understand allergies are very real. However, it seems to me that everyone and their mother claims some kind of allergy or intolerance lately. What gives?
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