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.
Toast some seeds in a cast-iron pan for a minute or two, mix with butter and shallots, and you’re ready to go. The beauty of this dish, which has some kick, is that a small amount of butter is used as a flavoring agent. (Faith says you could also use it on beef steak or […]
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.
What happens if you cross meatloaf with pizza? You get Meatza… okay, you get food legend James Beard’s “Hamburger Pizza,” a dish that always delighted his party guests because his “pizza” had no dough. This dish put us in such a good mood, we decided to make up one of our own for parties. It […]
Say “vinegar chicken” to someone who knows how good this dish can be, and the air starts to sizzle, usually followed by, sigh, “Oh, how I love that dish!” Now you can make one of the best versions of it, thanks to Roy Ip. Ip is chef and co-owner of the Branford, Ct., French bistro, […]
Great for Thanksgiving and eight other months of the year—Corn Bread Stuffing Muffins baked in a muffin tin. How about passing that around at your holiday table? I found this recipe in the November issue of Cooking Light magazine, and had to give it a whirl. Sure enough, it’s a winner with grownups and kids. Try these […]