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While classic potato and macaroni salads always have their place at a picnic, a refreshing fruit salad is welcome at any gathering. A touch of fresh mint and lime juice perks up this colorful three-melon combination.
Place all of the ingredients in a large bowl and gently mix to combine. Taste and add more lime juice or sugar as needed. Serve immediately or chill in the refrigerator for up to 4 hours before serving.
Kimchi has conquered the world! Most people know this popular Korean side dish as fermented cabbage, but the truth is you can kimchi pretty much any vegetable and fruit.
Food explorers seek it at restaurants and/or specialty stores. This fermented delicacy is an immune-system boosting probiotic food, that includes "healthy bacteria".
In the season finale of CHOW-TO, Atoboy's chef de cuisine YeongSoo Lee teaches Guillermo the basics on how to make the Korean staple.
There is not one right recipe, here we learn the principles, and the idea is to make it your own. Kimchi is so customizable, that traditional Napa cabbage is just the start. YeongSoo shows us a couple of other variations for inspiration. Move over pickles, time to do some fermenting at home.
Ready for the final season premiere of Game of Thrones? Here's a cocktail icy as winter in Westeros, and fiery as the red witch. Remember that creepy scene when Melisandre summons a shadow to attack Renly? That's what inspired cocktail alchemist, Eamon Rockey when creating this drink. Rockey's Milk Punch gives the drink beauty, El Silencio Mezcal some heat, passion fruit liqueur a little magic - and the secret ingredient (a charcoal lime oil) finishes it with an air of mystery.