Tag Archives: Ginger

Swallow This: Ginger at the MGM National Harbor Serves $188 Edible Bird’s Nests

Source: Washingtonian Food

Over-the-top eating is part of the entertainment at the new MGM National Harbor, with plenty of unusual and extravagant offerings worthy of a casino. (Think live sea urchin at Fish by José Andrés, or Blossom Cocktail Lounge’s $1,000 “Dom-a-Rita.”) But the pan-Asian restaurant Ginger may offer the most exotic delicacy of all: a dessert of braised, […]

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Local find: Verdant Kitchen’s ginger syrup

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Verdant Kitchen’s line of ginger-flavored foods was just beginning to step up from local farmers markets to regional super­markets when Oprah changed everything. After she proclaimed the Atlanta company’s ginger syrup and ginger-infused honey among her “favorite things” in last December’s issue of O: The Oprah Magazine, business skyrocketed. “We were kind of unprepared,” says Ross Harding, CEO and cofounder. To keep up with demand, the company opened a new facility in Norcross in May. The spicy-sweet, certified organic syrup—made with Georgia-grown ginger, cane sugar, and lemon—is spectacular over desserts, stirred into soda water, or mixed into cocktails like Moscow ...

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Local find: Verdant Kitchen’s ginger syrup

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Verdant Kitchen’s line of ginger-flavored foods was just beginning to step up from local farmers markets to regional super­markets when Oprah changed everything. After she proclaimed the Atlanta company’s ginger syrup and ginger-infused honey among her “favorite things” in last December’s issue of O: The Oprah Magazine, business skyrocketed. “We were kind of unprepared,” says Ross Harding, CEO and cofounder. To keep up with demand, the company opened a new facility in Norcross in May. The spicy-sweet, certified organic syrup—made with Georgia-grown ginger, cane sugar, and lemon—is spectacular over desserts, stirred into soda water, or mixed into cocktails like Moscow ...

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Local find: Verdant Kitchen’s ginger syrup

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Verdant Kitchen’s line of ginger-flavored foods was just beginning to step up from local farmers markets to regional super­markets when Oprah changed everything. After she proclaimed the Atlanta company’s ginger syrup and ginger-infused honey among her “favorite things” in last December’s issue of O: The Oprah Magazine, business skyrocketed. “We were kind of unprepared,” says Ross Harding, CEO and cofounder. To keep up with demand, the company opened a new facility in Norcross in May. The spicy-sweet, certified organic syrup—made with Georgia-grown ginger, cane sugar, and lemon—is spectacular over desserts, stirred into soda water, or mixed into cocktails like Moscow ...

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Local find: Verdant Kitchen’s ginger syrup

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Verdant Kitchen’s line of ginger-flavored foods was just beginning to step up from local farmers markets to regional super­markets when Oprah changed everything. After she proclaimed the Atlanta company’s ginger syrup and ginger-infused honey among her “favorite things” in last December’s issue of O: The Oprah Magazine, business skyrocketed. “We were kind of unprepared,” says Ross Harding, CEO and cofounder. To keep up with demand, the company opened a new facility in Norcross in May. The spicy-sweet, certified organic syrup—made with Georgia-grown ginger, cane sugar, and lemon—is spectacular over desserts, stirred into soda water, or mixed into cocktails like Moscow ...

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unseasonally simple

Source: Running With Tweezers » Food and Drink

Two weeks until Christmas. I can hardly believe it. I remember when the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas sort of meandered along and the season drifted along at this mellow pace. Maybe it’s the hazards of getting older. We have more obligations and more distractions from what’s really important this time of year. I remember when baking chocolate chip cookies with my mom was quite the holiday ritual. She would buy decorated metal tins and we’d stuff each one with tissue paper and hand them off to family friends as a homemade treat – my mom did make exceptional chocolate ...

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unseasonally simple

Source: Running With Tweezers » Food and Drink

Two weeks until Christmas. I can hardly believe it. I remember when the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas sort of meandered along and the season drifted along at this mellow pace. Maybe it’s the hazards of getting older. We have more obligations and more distractions from what’s really important this time of year. I remember when baking chocolate chip cookies with my mom was quite the holiday ritual. She would buy decorated metal tins and we’d stuff each one with tissue paper and hand them off to family friends as a homemade treat – my mom did make exceptional chocolate ...

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unseasonally simple

Source: Running With Tweezers » Food and Drink

unseasonally simple

Two weeks until Christmas. I can hardly believe it. I remember when the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas sort of meandered along and the season drifted along at this mellow pace. Maybe it’s the hazards of getting older. We have more obligations and more distractions from what’s really important this time of year. I remember when baking chocolate chip cookies with my mom was quite the holiday ritual. She would buy decorated metal tins and we’d stuff each one with tissue paper and hand them off to family friends as a homemade treat – my mom did make exceptional chocolate ...

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unseasonally simple

Source: Running With Tweezers » Food and Drink

Two weeks until Christmas. I can hardly believe it. I remember when the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas sort of meandered along and the season drifted along at this mellow pace. Maybe it’s the hazards of getting older. We have more obligations and more distractions from what’s really important this time of year. I remember when baking chocolate chip cookies with my mom was quite the holiday ritual. She would buy decorated metal tins and we’d stuff each one with tissue paper and hand them off to family friends as a homemade treat – my mom did make exceptional chocolate ...

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