Raghavan Iyer serves this sauce with Potato Leek Pie, but recommends it with French fries or even a bowl of potato chips, too.
This tangy, briny sauce is the perfect accompaniment to Ronni Lundy’s crispy, golden Rösti (or any potatoes, really).
Senior producer Robyn Doyon-Aitken personally vouches for these tasty meatballs. She and her young son made them together one Sunday for dinner. He loved crushing the tomatoes with his hands and the herby, fragrant meatballs were a hit.
Butter is a misnomer, here. This is really a thick, warm-spiced apple sauce. While it’s cooking away in the slow cooker, the house will smell like autumn; we love that. Our region has so many wonderful pick-your-own apple farms. Grab some local honey while you’re there to pick a bushel (or two) of apples.
This savory coffee glaze by Chris Prosperi certainly perked up a perfectly grilled steak during our pre-show meal. Coffee rubs for meat are ubiquitous on the web, but Chris found that really good coffee glazes for chicken, steak or pork are few and far between. This one is a purist’s version: it’s all about the coffee. But if […]