Chipotle tries too hard to be funny and finds a way to boost fiber intake in chips and salsa. Continue reading I Ate at Chipotle so You Don’t Have to . . .
A peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwich tastes like a tangy peanut butter sandwich. Continue reading Taste Testing the Great Depression?
The uniquely American cuisine of Creole and Cajun food in Louisiana influenced by French, Spanish, West African, Amerindian, Haitian, German, Italian, British and Irish influences made sense for this year’s dinner. Continue reading New Orleans inspired dinner with wine pairings for a cause
Readers decided the top five Place at the Table recipes for 2017 Continue reading Best 5 Blog Recipes of 2017
I’ve experimented with many korma dishes and felt an urge to play with some new ingredients last night for the first time: cauliflower and parsnips. Continue reading Korma with Parsnips and Cauliflower
The nutty nose, apricot preserves with orange citrus and a salty finish paired well with the sweet, smokey carrots and lemony walnut gremolata. Continue reading Pairing Food with Sicilian Orange Wine
My recipe mashup starts with standard ingredients for a Lyonnaise salad and with haricots verts and red potatoes added from a Niçoise salad Continue reading Salade Lyonnaise ou Niçoise?
I most looked forward to trying the Skillet Vegetable Chili of the three received meals this week because the thought of drop biscuits baked atop a pan of chili presented a new twist for me. But my expectations proved too grand. Continue reading Blue Apron misses the mark in this week’s vegetarian adventure
Next time I bake a raised meatpie, I will account for fat content in the meat filling, set my pastry as soon as it’s kneaded, and start baking earlier. Continue reading Raised English Meatpie