This is a great dish to make for a party, as it can be assembled ahead, even the day before, and then placed in the oven an hour before serving.
Because the zucchini and carrots were picked the night before our visit to the farm, the oh-so-fresh flavor of this savory tart really knocked us out.
Sure, you can buy kimchi at Asian markets and in the produce section of many supermarkets, but it’s easy—and satisfying—to make at home. You’ll need one special ingredient—gochugaru (Korean chile flakes), which you can purchase at a Korean market or online from Amazon.
Try this simple stew for your St. Patrick’s Day dinner, and make your family feel lucky. In this slow-cooker supper, Chris Prosperi swaps out the traditional cabbage in favor of its mini-cousin, Brussels sprouts.
A homemade fish stock can make the difference between a good chowder and a great chowder. It’s worth asking your fish monger to save leftover fish bones for this.