Chris couldn’t resist pulling out one of his many slow cookers when he found a mixed bag of soup beans… 16 varieties in one bag. The directions are easy: Cook the beans, chop some veggies, mix the dressing, and toss.
It’s nice to know that our recipes can inspire people to cook. I’ve heard stories of people digging out their crock pots from their attics and even my sous chef, Brian, has retrieved his Forman grill from the nether regions of his closet. After watching me prepare the quesadillas and the Monte Cristo, Brian decided […]
If you are like me, you probably have an entire refrigerator drawer designated just for cheese. And with the enormous selection of cheeses available today from most supermarkets, your drawer is probably filled with everything from Emmental Swiss to Maytag blue, in various stages of consumption. Here’s a trick I learned from Jacques Pepin, to […]
Combine the inside of turkey sausages (casing removed) with chopped sirloin and turkey bacon, and you have a delicious burger on your hands. Serve it on a plate with fresh spiach and tomatoes, or on a wheat bun.
Yankee Magazine food editor Amy Traverso poured through the archives going back many decades, in search of the best vintage recipes from readers. When I spotted this recipe for brown paper bag meatloaf, I knew we had to try it. And why drag out the suspense? We loved it! When we called senior contributor Chris Prosperi, […]
Too many tomatoes? Never. Try adding something special to your grilled burgers and dogs this summer… homemade ketchup. Check out the post from The Salt for an interesting history on the sweet, red, spreadable condiment. NPR’s Melissa Gray tracked down a great old recipe. You may never want the bottled stuff again.