Wednesday, November 13, 2019
This baked pasta favorite will liven up your leftovers
It’s November, so there may be turkey in your future. Which means turkey leftovers. Give them a home in this traditional pasta dish and no one will complain about eating remakes.
And you don’t need to stop with turkey. Tetrazzini works with chicken too. Not to mention seafood and ham.
You may even want to save some leftovers and make this dish for dinner guests. That’s our favorite kind of recycling.
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Ethan Allen’s Green Mountain Boys probably drank this before capturing Fort Ticonderoga
The Stone Fence Cocktail (sometimes called the Stone Wall) predates America’s revolutionary war. More history later.
What you need to know now is that the Stone Fence is a wonderful autumn refresher. It’s great as a predinner drink. Like maybe before your Thanksgiving feast? It also works as a Sunday afternoon sipper while you’re watching football.
Drink this and you’ll be the real winner, no matter how your team fares.
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
A classic drink that’s perfect for Halloween
Watch out for those scary little ghosts and goblins! We hear they’re out in force this time of year. Fortunately, they can be deflected with small candy bars.
But you may need something stronger when they haunt your house. So how about
the Satan’s Whiskers Cocktail? It has spooky good flavor and a name that fits right in with Halloween. Plus it’s not too boozy, so you can drink it on a school night.
No trick, just treat.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
This creamy, cheesy dish is like savory pumpkin pie
Can’t get enough pumpkin this time of year? Neither can we. Especially when it’s mixed with cream and gruyère in a savory side dish.
So remember: This pumpkin gratin would love an invitation to your next dinner party. Maybe as a plus one for ham or beef roast.
Or even turkey. We hear you may be serving that in a few weeks.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Canned pumpkin makes for an easy and flavorful dish
Your pumpkin patch is calling: It’s tired of all the sweet spices and would like some savory for a change.
We’re happy to oblige. This soup unites the iconic October squash with some of its best pals – carrots, of course, but also chickpeas, ginger, and jalapeños.
This dish is great for weeknight dinner. But it’s also tasty enough to serve as a first course at your next dinner party. So give your guests pumpkin to talk about.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
All the flavor of chili in a fraction of the time
It’s cooling off in our part of the world. And chilly means chili!
But what if you don’t have time to make a big pot of the hearty stuff? Enter this Chili-Spiced Vegetable Stir-Fry. It has all the ingredients you’d find in vegetarian chili. Minus the liquid — and the simmering time.
Chili you can eat with a fork? Works for us.
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Complex yet smooth, this 19th century charmer is spookily good
October brings longer nights, cooler weather – and Halloween. So it’s the perfect setting for The Widow’s Kiss.
This autumnal drink combines calvados, yellow Chartreuse, and Bénédictine. Her alluring, slightly sweet herbal flavor will entice you.
Which is the idea, of course. Won’t you step into our lair?