The same way I save the chicken carcass after a chicken dinner to make stock, I save lobster shells all summer long and turn them into broth. You can do this with shrimp shells, too. What do the shells add to the broth? A beautiful brininess. It’s the essence of the sea.
Chef Chris Prosperi knows his way around a potato. His latest recipe is a “mash up” of a loaded baked potato and smashed potatoes. You can take them as far as you’d like. Smash a little for lumpy potatoes or keep at it, cooking and scrapping, for a smoother, creamier mash. ON-DEMAND: Listen to Faith […]
This rich recipe, by Ronni Lundy, was inspired by the colcannon served at Main Street Meats in Chattanooga, a dish so sustaining it will almost make you forgo their heavenly hamburger. Almost.
I suppose this dish reflects my personality—after living in the United States for so many years, I’ve truly become an Irish Yank! This version of mac and cheese blends my two homes, with Irish dairy in a classic American dish.
In our chicken and wine recipe, deep dark chocolate is what we call a “stealth” ingredient, a little something added toward the end of making a stew that secretly gives a dish oomph, in this case an earthy, nutty and rich flavor you can’t identify but makes you fall in love with your meal.