This savory blend tastes great on hamburgers, steaks, brisket, and beef ribs.
We can’t think of a better garnish (or munchie) to go along with Brian Bartles’ PB&J & Mary, can you?
There are endless variations of New England chowders, some that use only clams and others that rely on a wide variety of fish and shellfish, like this one from Kathy Gunst. It’s endlessly adaptable; you can add lobster, mussels, or other firm fish, depending on where you live and what you have access to.
This rich recipe, by Ronni Lundy, was inspired by the colcannon served at Main Street Meats in Chattanooga, a dish so sustaining it will almost make you forgo their heavenly hamburger. Almost.
The mellowness of trout combined with this simple French technique make this a great entry-level fish dish for neophyte fish-eaters. The fillets cook quickly, and the browned butter imparts a mild, almost nutty flavor, which is why I like to pair the trout with toasted almonds. You can swap in any similarly thin, delicate fillet, […]
Treat a kohlrabi like a turnip and everything will be fine. Especially with this recipe, which we adapted from one in the Food Network magazine. You combine kohlrabi with cayenne, olive oil and parmesan cheese, then roast it. Look out, our dish could make kohlrabi the next kale. — Faith Middleton Photo: Tim Sackton/flickr, creative commons