Brats and sauerkraut is the quintessential Oktoberfest meal. If it’s too chilly to grill or you’re itching to break your slow-cooker out, this is the recipe to kick off fall. I love to serve this as a sandwich, with beer, preferably at a tailgate. Go Huskies! Listen: Hear Chris describe this recipe on The Faith […]
My dear friend and amazing chef Alon Shaya invited me along on a trip to Israel with the equally amazing chefs Mike Solomonov and Ashley Christensen. Preparing for the trip, I wanted to research the Holy Land and its food, so when I hit the ground, I had a grasp on what I could expect. […]
Kale provides a hearty base to the salad, while the cashew-based dressing loaded with capers, roasted garlic, and lemon brings the whole dish to life. Hemp seeds and vegan Parmesan cheese provide a finishing touch and a boost of added nutrition.
Hello, Thanksgiving! I created this recipe with the holidays in mind. It will easily stand up to your Aunt Betty’s scalloped potatoes that are loaded with butter, cheese, and cornflakes. The difference is this dish is dairy-free, yet remains insanely delicious. No need to save this one for the holidays—enjoy it year-round. Reprinted from Minimalist […]
Anthony DeSerio’s Bloody Maria is refreshing and citrusy. He does make one request, Food Schmooze® fans: Whatever you do, please use fresh Bloody Mary mix. Read: homemade, if you can. But, no worries. It’s easy to do. And, oh, so much better than salty store mixes. We paired the cocktail with grilled cheese and it was, […]
We have Alain Ducasse to thank for the idea of making latkes as large as dinner plates. He suggested these years ago in the New York Times as a raft for stews, and Faith has been featuring the idea every Hanukkah ever since. This time our latke recipe is from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by […]