We think you deserve the very best pumpkin pie recipe to dazzle your family and guests. This is my favorite dazzler, from a 2009 Bon Appétit magazine, because this pie combines the spicy quality of pumpkin with just the right amount of caramelized brown sugar, cinnamon, and toasted walnuts. Think pumpkin pie, coffee-cake style! (And […]
Too many tomatoes? Never. Try adding something special to your grilled burgers and dogs this summer… homemade ketchup. Check out the post from The Salt for an interesting history on the sweet, red, spreadable condiment. NPR’s Melissa Gray tracked down a great old recipe. You may never want the bottled stuff again.
This is a tangy, crunchy, pickled cabbage that adds a bite and that little extra something to the sandwich. It takes common cabbage slaw to another level.
Whisk some spices with butter and you can make so many things mouth-watering. Try it on chicken, fish, beef or pork. Even corn on the cob tastes great with it. Just a dollop will do the trick.
You know the usual American-style St. Patrick’s Day drill… corned beef and cabbage, or beef and beer stew. They’re great, but for something different this year we recommend a 15-minute Irish Brown Soda bread, made especially tasty from buttermilk and brown sugar. The recipe is originally from Margaret M. Johnson, author of Flavors of Ireland, and […]
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 […]