Don’t let the term “preserved” scare you; this is much easier and quicker (really, only minutes) than traditional canning.
Clink in the new year with this sparkling twist that’s sure to be the toast of the party.
Having a partner in hosting helps you stress less and actually enjoy the evening, which really should be what entertaining is about.
Ok, so this move has created a really, really stressful two weeks but honestly, I feel like I am coming out on the other side more organized.
As we head into the holidays, one thing that you can have in your cooking arsenal is to start the season off with sharp knives.
Squashes can be intimating to cut, but you’ll have the best tasting meal when using the freshest ingredients.
A recipe for broccoli that my kids beg for.
I love, adore and crave honeycomb. It’s the starting point for an easy and special appetizer.
Amanda Hesser’s cookbook, The Cook and the Gardener, is loaded with stories from the garden and helpful guidelines for cooking all sorts of meals. Something that has really stayed with me as I travel through the islands is a simple note about preparing fish.
There is so much emphasis on salt these days that poor ol’ pepper often gets pushed to the back seat. Yet, black pepper is called out in most savory American dishes and deserves a little attention, don’t you think?