Q: Every once in a while at my local farmers market, I buy feta cheese that is in brine. When I am done with my yummy cheese, I am left with a pint of this salty liquid — so I am wondering, what do you do with the leftover liquid that feta cheese sits in?
Fresh mozzarella and burrata are two types of semi-soft Italian cheese. They're both super creamy and utterly delicious. With just a quick glance, these two types of cheese look similar — can you tell which is which? And do you know what sets them apart?
Your eyes do not deceive you. This is breakfast that you can eat one-handed while walking to the bus stop, and it's got just as much going for it a bowl of yogurt with granola and fruit. In fact, it is a bowl of yogurt — just in frozen, easily-grabbable popsicle form. Time to dig out those popsicle molds!
No one can seem to agree on where and when the Cuban sandwich originated, but most can agree that it's delicious. This humble sandwich is workingman's fare for the cigar makers and sugar cane field workers in Cuba, and among the Cuban communities in Florida. Walk down Calle Ocho in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, and you'd be hard-pressed to not find a café selling "sandwich mixto" along with little cups of intense Cuban coffees.