Mushy, brown bananas need not apply here. The fruit needs to be firm and just ripe to stand up to the grill’s heat. Leaving the skins on the split halves will help the bananas keep their shape. We’ll be honest: the sauce is sort of the best part.
Avocaderia’s Panko-Crusted Avocado Wedges with Tangerine Sweet & Sour Dipping Sauce
We mix and match Chinese and Japanese ingredients in this unique avocado side dish, and we use light and flaky Japanese panko in place of bread crumbs.
Rooster’s Pepper Jelly (for the The Red Truck Bakery’s Barnyard Breakfast Pie)
This sticky spread is the perfect condiment for breakfast sandwiches, daubed on a biscuit straight out of the oven, or brushed on a pork roast or grilled chicken.
The naan dough is actually a twofer, because you can use it as a base for flatbread pizza. While the choice of toppings is endless, Margherita pizza sprinkled with nigella seeds is my favorite way to eat up all those colorful little tomatoes we grow in our backyard.
Blueberry Jar Bread
As the thunderstorm turned into a misty drizzle, we devoured dessert – thin slices of rum cake layered with blueberries that had been cooked in orange liqueur and port wine, topped with freshly whipped cream. The blueberries we ate came from the Pearl River Blueberry Farm near Poplarville. Since most summer trips to Wolf River […]
Dorie Greenspan’s Triple-Layer Parsnip and Cranberry Cake
A layer cake is like a fanfare: It blares “Celebration!” Full of flavor, this cake is based on nuts, cranberries and grated parsnips, a vegetable that might not spring to mind immediately when you’re thinking cake.