I am not good at “reeling it in” when it comes to entertaining. Notorious for over-shopping and preparing, I am like an unstoppable force, hunting and gathering goods for my guests every time anyone so much as mentions stopping by. Heaven forbid anyone should go home hungry from one of… Read More →
Are you the type to fight with a friend or spouse over a beautifully burnished, crackly, crispy pig’s ear like a couple of starving terriers? If the answer is yes (or even maybe), then has The Cookery got the meal for you! Photos by Peter Carr/TJN The appropriately named Pig… Read More →
SAUTÉED PORK CUTLETS WITH WILD MUSHROOM RAGOÛT By The Culinary Institute of America A Veterans Day Recipe from the CIA’s Wounded Warrior Healthy Cooking Boot Camp The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) and the United States military have a long and proud partnership. The CIA was created in 1946 to… Read More →
Cue the Charlie Brown music, and let’s talk about pumpkins. Unlike Linus’ ongoing vigil in the pumpkin patch waiting on the Great Pumpkin, we do in fact have this glorious fruit (yes, it is botanically a fruit) appear every year in the Fall. Pumpkins are loaded with all kinds of… Read More →
The Small Bites bloggers gathered for a pot luck, and we thought everyone should benefit! Here are the recipes from Behind the Kitchen Door blogger Patrice Costa. Says Patrice: “What better way to finally get to know my fellow bloggers than sharing a collaborative meal (a/k/a our version of a… Read More →
Chef Peter Kelly shows us a great centerpiece for a holiday meal. The recipe, after the jump.
From last week’s loot. I used the rotisserie attachment for the Weber kettle and made a four-pound pork roast for my dinner party last weekend. I served with with asparagus-leek tart and a salad. Strawberries and almonds over frozen yogurt were for dessert.Â The recipe was inspired by Patricia Wells’... Read More →