Eggplant parmesan is a classic casserole dish in the United States. In this recipe, the bread crumbs used are Progresso Italian Style Bread Crumbs, and any seasoned or Italian flavored brand from the store will work.
The oil used to fry and prepare the eggplant for the casserole is grapeseed oil. There are many other oils that have high smoke points depending on your budget.
I am so thankful for our access to local, farm fresh produce in the Boston area. If you can’t make it to the farmer’s market, consider a local area CSA or pickup for great deals.
Visit localharvest.org to browse farmer’s market products via e-commerce, or find a local CSA membership program that you and your family or roommates can join.
The future of technology for food entrepreneurship and small businesses is a bright one. From $135 million funding rounds to innovative ways to generate revenue from recipe content, food is having a moment online.
At Simmer, we started with one of the easiest ways to achieve the unmet software needs of food businesses today with our recipe publishing plugin. Whether it’s rustic food styling and presentation or innovative cross-cultural fusion, food blogging is here to stay. Today you can find a food blog for nearly every kind of dietary preference or restriction, too. The selection has never been wider. To help you sift through the noise in the food blogging world, here’s a list of 13 of the most eclectic food blogs online today, with most focusing on vegan and vegetarian recipes on a plant based diet.
Each of these businesses are powered through WordPress, an open source website (including mobile) and app framework. Instagram is the preferred network and social media tool for culinary artists who want to generate strong community engagement with their recipe content, too.
What Clark Cooked
What Clark Cooked is a new recipe blog by Melissa Fairchild-Clark. Hailing originally from Brooklyn, NY, this chef now lives in the Bay Area after attending culinary school. Her recipes are focused on a wide variety of seasonal produce, and are fresh, rustic, and eclectic. Follow @mfairchildclark on Instagram 📷
Continue reading 12 of the most eclectic food blogging businesses on WordPress