Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Easy and tasty, great for tacos, burritos, and enchiladas
Yearning for some spicy Mexican, but don’t want to heat up the kitchen during those long summer months? Just plug in the slow cooker – it’s a cool way to make hot Mexican dishes.
This recipe for shredded chicken is easy, tasty, and versatile. You might call it Mexcellent.
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
A tangy dish with ginger, garlic, and fermented black beans
Peak asparagus season is short, so we like to take full advantage of it. Hence today’s dish, where asparagus has the starring role in stir-fry.
We combine it with pork in this recipe, but you could substitute chicken or beef. Shrimp would work too. Or you could even use tofu if you want to go meatless.
But whatever you do, don’t forget the asparagus.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
A spicy update to a traditional summer favorite
Warm weather has arrived in our part of the world. That means cookout time! And every cookout needs coleslaw.
This Curried Creamy Coleslaw is a tastier twist on traditional mayo-based slaws. Curry plays extremely well with cabbage – and you can make this as spicy (or not) as you wish.
Spicy for us, please.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
A 19th century delight that’s perfect for celebrating the Kentucky Derby
Watching horses dash down the track is thirsty work. You’ll be pawing the ground for a drink!
How about the Turf Cocktail? It (probably) originated at the Turf Club, which was devoted to the ponies. So it’s an ideal drink for watching one of the world’s most renowned horse races. We bet you’ll like this enough that you’ll want a second.
In fact, this cocktail could become a real hobby horse for you.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
An easy, elegant starter for spring
Want to wow your guests without breaking a sweat? Try this full-flavored starter.
This salad looks (and tastes) like a dish that takes hours to prepare. No need to tell them that you whipped it up in under 15 minutes.
That’ll be our little secret.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Luscious and easy – and perfect for spring
Asparagus season? Yes! We like to celebrate its iconic springtime flavor whenever the local crop is available.
Asparagus combines wonderfully with ham and cream. Add some pasta to the mix, and you have a simple (but wonderful) main course. Or serve half portions as a starter.
The season for asparagus is fleeting. So spear this recipe while you can.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Flavorful and easy, perfect for celebrating
Need a festive dish that can feed a crowd? Maybe something for Easter dinner, or a graduation party?
Enter Braised Ham with Port. It’s more succulent than baked ham, and just as easy to prepare. Those who know only its baked cousin will be delighted to meet this dish.
But accept your guests’ accolades with modesty. No need to ham it up.