Three Things You Should Know About Throwing Your First Grown-Up Dinner Party

If you've recently graduated from college and moved into your first fully fledged adult house or apartment, you're probably really looking forward to hosting grown-up dinner parties for the first time in your life. Following are three dinner party basics that will help make the evening come together in a seamless fashion.  Always Have a Starter Course Cheese, nuts, crackers and pate, and vegetable trays are all great starter courses. Having a starter course provides a transition between the arrival of your guests and the start of the actual meal.

Understanding Picky Eating & Battling the Problem with Kaiser Rolls

Is your young child a picky eater? If so, you are not alone. Many parents often deal with the battle that their picky eaters bring to the table on a daily basis. Fortunately, the problem is not with your cooking. In all reality, the problem is likely related to genetics. The good news is, understanding your child's aversion to certain foods and knowing a few fun recipes to incorporate into mealtimes could help you gain the upper hand.

How Pastrami Sandwiches Became An American Kosher Staple

America is famous the world over for being a melting pot. One of the best side effects of having people from all around the world living in the U.S. is the effect such diversity has on food. If you've ever had a pastrami sandwich, you have America's melting pot to thank for the pleasure. Here is the fascinating story of how pastrami, a humble meat from Eastern Europe, became one of America's favorite Kosher staples.