Let’s start by saying you don’t have to make the streamlined pizza dough we describe here; you can buy pizza dough, guilt-free, at your local pizza shop, bakery, or at the supermarket. But if you want to make the dough yourself, Suzie Middleton has a very good recipe meant for weeknight grilling. The best part […]
A decade ago we noticed a chicken and chive burger in The New York Times. On the prowl for a great alternative to beef, Faith clipped it out and started making this mouth-watering item every summer, as did her friends who asked for the recipe. Then New York’s Shake Shack began doing a chicken chive […]
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 […]
Our problem with veggie burgers is the lack of powerful flavor and texture, so Chris and I issued ourselves a challenge — to come up with the best-tasting version we could. While Chris made an outstanding burger, we all decided we missed the “chew factor.” That’s where the Indian burger surged ahead. (Crazy because Chris […]
If you’re like Faith and Lori Mack, you stop on the way home for a cooked rotisserie chicken. While it’s delicious as is, and easy, here’s a way to pull off the cooked chicken meat and make something that tastes great!
Many Argentines and Brazilians know how to party, and when they do, out comes someone’s much-loved Chimichurri sauce. While we’ve had this alluring sauce for beef in many restaurants, most versions were just okay, not the real thing. Ah, but this one is fantastico! Sashay over to the grill and have at it.