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First of all I shall start by saying in a typical nonchalant and uppetty English way, how bloody dare you, how dare you tell the average cheese loving American what he or she can or cannot eat, and how dare you even try to justify it.

I should probably also explain to those that don't know, mimolette or 'boule de lille' as it's also known by is a cheese made in the French town of lille. The cheese was originally requested by Louis XIV and has a distinct orange curd not too dissimilar in colour to my own county's 'red leicester' cheese. But what makes this cheese pretty unique is the... Read More

They are known as frankfurters, tube steaks, wieners, dogs, wienerwurst, red hots, and sausage…what is this all-American food? You guessed it!! It’s the Hot Dog! No outside summer activity would be complete without them. Picnics, barbeques, and hot dogs are about as American as apple pie and Chevrolet. And why do I mention this tasty little piece of American delicacy? Because today, July 23, is National Hot Dog Day!!! Actually, July is National Hot Dog Month.

All across America, every summer, large amounts of hot dogs are cooked on the barbeque and consumed by the millions. The National... Read More

20th Annual Long Beach Crawfish Festival

Long Beach - The Summer outdoor festival season is in full gear. It is not too late to break out and dust off your dancing shoes, and splatter on some sunscreen. If you are not already in a party mood, have I got the correct remedy for you, family, friends and fellow co-workers.

The 2013 Long Beach Crawfish Festival will be held on Saturday, August 3rd from 12 noon - 11PM, and Sunday, August 4th from 12 noon-10PM. This is an event that you don't want to miss, if you live in Los Angeles or surrounding communities or planning on visiting... Read More

INGREDIENTS: (makes 30-36 cupcakes)

Cupcakes:

2 1/2 cups cake flour 3 teaspoons of baking powder 1/2 teaspoon of salt 1 teaspoon of cinnamon 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar (use super fine sugar, if you can find it!) 3/4 cups unsalted butter room temp. 3 eggs room temp. 3 teaspoons of vanilla 1 cup Bailey’s Irish Cream (separated, 1/2 cup for the cakes, 1/2 cup to pour over the cakes after they have been baked)

Buttercream Frosting:

2 sticks (1 cup) salted butter, room temp. 2 sticks (1 cup) unsalted butter, room temp. 3 cups of powdered sugar 1 tsp cinnamon 1/4 to 1/2 cup... Read More

Harold and Belles Block Party and Crawfish Boil

Los Angeles- Summer would not be complete without a Block Party. Throw in some all you can eat cuisine, entertainment, dance lessons, and face paintings for the kids. You now have the recipe for a successful down home Southern Style Party.

Shout out to Ryan and Jessica Legaux for the 5th Annual Harold and Belles Restaurant Block Party and Crawfish Boil. This annual event was held on Saturday, July 6th, outside in the parking lot and side street.

Several hundred people made their way to the block party which was held from... Read More

Miri was born at the foot of the Himalayas, foretold to become shaman of the Adi people, her advice sought often when illness gripped the land. Her hut was east of the Upper Siang valley, found by the natives only when the need was great. That seemed odd since it was hard to miss, of two levels, made of dried mud and bark. The roof would open when a rope was pulled so Miri could read the stars at night. No one knew her age but it was believed everyone was younger than she.

One day after she picked the leaves of the Xingzan tree which she would grind up and drop in an open kettle... Read More

National Doughnut day was created in 1938 to honor the women who served doughnuts to World War I soldiers.

Now, aside from a tasty treat, why would The Lady in The Red Cloak be writing about doughnuts? The history behind them of course! And all the better that that history begins in one of the Maine towns that offers Red Cloak Haunted History Tours, Camden.

There was a young man… well, in 1847 he was considered almost a man, I’m sure. He was 15 so nowdays we might call him a boy. He had a complaint to make to his mother about her favored ‘dough cakes’. They were nice fluffy... Read More

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