From Faith : At 4 p.m. I’m starving, and at 9 p.m. I’m on the prowl, meaning I can get into enormous calorie trouble. That’s why I’ve begun making up a bowl of tasty yogurt and spice dip for cooked or raw vegetables. I’m not one to eat in a dutiful way, but when it’s delicious […]
Senior Contributor Chris Prosperi has reinvented Pho, the Vietnamese soup, enabling us to use supermarket ingredients to make this satisfying broth filled with good things. Pho is so beloved that Pho restaurants are popping up all over our region, including one that Chris says is among the best in the country…Pho Ethan in Wallingford, Conn. […]
Salsa fresca is one of the classics included in Peggy Fallon’s book Great Party Dips; terrific on chips, but could also be a nice addition to grilled chicken or shrimp.
Everybody knows them as The Neelys, Pat and Gina, the husband and wife cooking team on The Food Network. In their cookbook, Back Home with The Neelys, we discovered a recipe that is fresh as a summer breeze—grilled salmon, topped with a salsa or “relish” of chopped peaches, jalapeño, red onion, and lime juice. Not […]
What is the secret to grilling chicken wings so that they don’t burn or become too dry? Two simple steps will make you a “wing master.” First, make a few slashes across each wing, then combine the wings with a marinade. After two hours of marinating, you’re ready for secret step two…you simmer the wings […]
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 […]