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.
From Faith — Picture this… a big salad with greens of your choice, dressed with a balsamic vinaigrette and topped with Goat Cheese Honey Poppers; softened goat cheese rolled into balls and mixed with herbs and honey, then pan-fried to a crisp in a little oil. They’re warm and oozy on the inside, offering the tang […]
As soon as beef starts to melt while it’s cooking, you know you’re in for a treat. Next question, what’s the sauce you’ve added, to make it praise-worthy? In this case, Saveur magazine gives as a German sauerbraten, as it’s traditionally called, with everything you need to make it fabulous on the plate and on […]
Seriously? You can actually roast an entire turkey ahead of time and serve it hot at the table? Yes, says Ina, and she now does it often, including on Thanksgiving. Here’s the thing… it’s not only Ina’s taste in flavor combinations and technique that always win us over—it’s her knockout ideas. And they are as dazzling […]
This gluten-free, one-pot dish is delicious, and perfect for a weeknight meal.
Alex Brown and Evan George, authors of Lust for Leaf, describe themselves as “bearded, mescal-swilling Martha Stewarts.” They co-write as Hot Knives at the site urbanhonking. By now you get the picture that they love food and, despite being vegetarians, have no use for rules or being hemmed in. Their recipes are original, ranging from veggie hot dogs […]