I profiled Brykill Farm on Monday. Today, I’m sharing an incredible recipe I made with their grass-fed beef. It’s not that the meat from Brykill needs a sauce. It really
The weather here has dipped down to the low 70s. After what seems like weeks (months?) of 90+ degree days, it really feels like heaven outside right now, and I
I had every intention of putting this post up yesterday, and I was supposed to close out the giveaway for the signed copy of Almost Meatless: Recipes That Are Better
Have you heard about the food52 vs. Cook’s Illustrated “showdown”? Head over to Slate to learn more about the battle and weigh in on whose recipes you think are best.
This vegetarian curry features a few of my favorite wild foods. I made it with special ingredients that are available here in upstate NY in the spring: ramps (which I
The 2010 April Daring Cooks challenge was hosted by Wolf of Wolf’s Den. She chose to challenge Daring Cooks to make Brunswick Stew. Wolf chose recipes for her challenge from
My Meyer lemons are almost gone. Sigh. I’d gladly take more of these beauties, but I bet the rest of you might tire of the lemony recipes at some point…yes?
Before I get to the recipe for this deliciously embellished chicken soup, I want to take a moment to tell you about Lauren of Celiac Teen’s new e-book. Lauren is
The January 2010 DC challenge was hosted by Cuppy of Cuppylicious and she chose a delicious Thai-inspired recipe for Pork Satay from the book 1000 Recipes by Martha Day. Since
I recently purchased 40 pounds (!) of grass-fed beef as part of a cow share. The meat came in many different cuts, one of which was skirt steak. Skirt steak
The 2009 Daring Cooks challenge was hosted by Simone of Junglefrog Cooking. Simone chose Salmon en Croûte (or alternative recipes for Beef Wellington or Vegetables en Croûte) from Good Food
Remember that ball of homemade puff pastry I stashed away after the Daring Cooks puff pastry challenge? Well, I defrosted it yesterday and made a delicious tomato tart. (To be
The October 2009 Daring Cooks’ challenge was brought to us by Jaden of the blog Steamy Kitchen. The recipes are from her new cookbook, The Steamy Kitchen Cookbook. Pho (pronounced