This quick soup, one of Chris’s go-tos on a snowy day, uses a genius shortcut ingredient: tomato sauce, but a few plum tomatoes keep the flavor fresh. Chris’s favorite mini pasta, ditalini, adds the umph to make it a meal.
Faith’s Super-Light, Super-Good Eggplant Parmesan
When markets and farm stands are flooded with gorgeous and firm eggplants, Faith makes a healthier version of eggplant parmesan, inspired by a dear Italian friend.
Sweet and Spicy Korean Fried Chicken Wings
I recently attended a potluck dinner at a family reunion. Four different pans of chicken wings were set upon the banquet table by four different cooks. These sweet and spicy fried wings were the first to go, leaving the others to sit in their sauce. — Robert Landolphi From Quick-Fix Gluten Free by Robert M. […]
Cuban-Style Chicken Stew with Citrus, Olives & Raisins
It’s a mouth-watering dish…Chicken Stew, Cuban-Style, as taught by Cuba’s legendary cook, Nitza Villapol, a woman devoted to delicious, healthy and affordable. This recipe from Saveur’s Soups and Stews, has the flavor profile that makes a variety of Cuban dishes irresistible — fresh lime juice, fresh orange juice, chicken, garlic, white wine, potatoes, olives and […]
Kurtis’ Homemade Ricotta & Bolognese Sauce
In a very small motor boat galley, Kurtis Denison of Hartford likes to whip up fresh ricotta as an appetizer, or to pair with bolognese sauce, also on this page. “There’s just nothing quit like homemade ricotta,” he says. We agree. It’s ridiculously easy, leaving us wondering why we buy it!
The Buffalo Chicken Editor Reports on His Latest Creation
Bryan Cole is a chef at Metro Bis in Simsbury, Connecticut and our official buffalo chicken editor. We became devoted followers after tasting Bryan’s Buffalo chicken dip a few years ago… we now defer to Bryan for all things Buffalo style. His latest creation… drum-roll please… Buffalo chicken meatballs. posted: December 2014