Cornbread, corn muffins, corn pudding—if it’s corn-centric, I’m all in. That’s why I love to serve savory corn pancakes for supper. I like to think of a corn pancake as a raft, a vehicle for anything wonderful that comes to mind. My new favorite topping for these savory buttermilk corn pancakes is shrimp, diced tomatoes, […]
We found a cut-out recipe — no source — featuring frozen grapes for dessert. The kids I feed go wild for these as dessert or snacks. (Shh. They think they’re having popsicles.) As for me, I just think they’re good. You can lightly sprinkle with sugar if you’d like. I think they’re fun just as […]
Dorie Greenspan is a baking rock star, one of the most inventive cooks I know. For example, her knock-out recipe for chocolate crumbs — yes, chocolate crumbs! — that can be sprinkled on anything to make it swoon-worthy. Such a simple idea, crispy chocolate crumbs capable of transforming a bowl of ice cream, a pudding, […]
Nut–crusted fish gives us beautiful texture and a toasty flavor. While many other recipes have you go through multiple steps using egg wash and flour, this one has been simplified for easy weeknight cooking. You can chop the nuts, prepare the salad greens/dressing, and line the baking pan before work to make it even faster.
Here’s a refreshing glass of summer in Italy, the perfect sparkler to make your guests hungry for food. All you need is the widely available Italian liquer, Aperol, and a blood orange.