You know how it is…you’re with a friend who serves something you can’t get out of your head. Or, a friend walks in the door with something and in one taste you realize you’ve been sent to the moon. You utter the words, “Can I get that recipe?” That’s what happened when Linda Giuca tasted […]
You could argue that there is nothing better than a warm cinnamon roll, but the Laurel Diner in Southbury, Connecticut, takes the cinnamon roll to the max by turning it into french toast. Now you can make this eye-rolling, decadent delight at home.
Brian O’Rourke is full of surprises at O’Rourke’s Diner, built in 1941 in Middletown, Connecticut. As chef and owner, Brian seems to be able to create something good out of any food items he stumbles upon in his pantries. You’ll find regular diner–style items on the menu with Brian’s original twist, including a very tasty […]
Jimmy Villas is a great raconteur and terrific Southern cook, transplanted to the Hamptons on The East End of Long Island. Faith has eaten Jimmy’s excellent homemade biscuits with jam, a fact she mentions only to get a dinner invitation. And if she does get one, she wants him to make this terrific skillet hash. […]
It’s French toast, what can we say? Well, we can say it soars when you dip Challah bread in coconut milk!
Transplanted Texan Lisa Fain grew up in a family that counted making their own breakfast sausage a time-honored tradition. Borrowing on this tradition, and understanding that most of us aren’t out back raising hogs, Lisa created this recipe, working until she knew her grandpa would be proud. This sausage is simple because it’s uncured, yet […]