We loved this recipe from Party Popcorn. The salty, sweet combination is what makes this one a favorite. Plus, there’s that satisfying crunch of the potato chips. Definitely get the chips with the ridges as Ashton Epps Swank suggests. The thickness is key.
These aren’t Italian, as Nancy Harmon Jenkins freely admits, yet she couldn’t resist the challenge of substituting olive oil for butter; she’s deservedly proud of the result. Jenkins is author of Virgin Territory, a history of olive oil in the Mediterranean and recipes featuring olive oil.
There are foods that appear at the Jewish holidays that I crave all year, including brisket and latkes. Now I’m adding to the list Martha Stewart’s easy apple cake made in a skillet, and it is to die for. You could certainly make this with a variety of colorful fruits, though apples are especially good this […]
It’s a fact; regrettable, but a fact, nonetheless. Some people are not aware that the Thanksgiving or holiday table must have at least one taste of chocolate, even if it’s a chocolate bar broken up into pieces and put on a plate. As a matter of fact, put an unopened bag of Valrhona or Ghirardelli […]
One of the best home cooks Faith knows, Linda Giuca of The Hartford Courant, shares her ridiculously easy and fabulous pumpkin tart with a crushed graham cracker and cinnamon crust. This even won over our pumpkin pie skeptics. Linda Giuca and Chris Prosperi co-author the Hartford Courant column The Basics appearing on Thursdays.