What’s in a name? Plenty when it comes to pork chops, and it’s all about to change.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Most folks know Memphis for its barbecue and Philly for its cheesesteaks, but how about Nashville and its hot chicken?
In 2003, Doug Gore handed over the Columbia Crest winemaking reins to oversee all of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates’ production.
Today’s dish is a vegan version of the classic Linguine with Clam Sauce, minus the clams.
Lamb steaks drizzled with mint pesto sauce is a perfect dish for any weeknight dinner. Slices of lamb are cut from the leg to make a steak 3/4- to 1-inch thick with a round bone in the center. They are sometimes displayed in the meat case, or you can ask the butcher to cut them for you. They make juicy and tender steaks.
When I informed The Husband that I was going to make pork with a rhubarb sauce, he dismissed the idea out of hand. He does not like sweet in his savory.
Our ancestors had it right. They relied on a more natural route to digestive health.
Nothing is more frustrating than finding the perfect cucumber or head of lettuce at the farmers market, paying top-dollar for it, and then... tossing it out a week later when it has gone moldy or slimy in the refrigerator.
We all want to know the best wines for cellaring, for serving on a special occasion or to pair with dinner tonight.
Tangy sweet and sour shrimp over rice is an easy dish. It’s based on prepared ingredients that can be assembled in minutes at home. Best of all, there’s no chopping and peeling which means no fuss or mess.
The first time I ate raw asparagus was during the ’80s at an Italian restaurant in New York. Someone else must have pushed me to order it because until then the only asparagus I’d ever encountered was steamed and buttered. I really liked it that way. Raw asparagus? Must be bland and boring.
Making granola bars is easier than making cookies. There’s no butter and sugar to cream, so there’s no need for a mixer or bringing butter and eggs to room temperature.
What I wanted? A simple recipe – any recipe, any trick, any technique – that would entice my 8-year-old son to embrace broccoli.
Stay with me on this one. We’re going to make an open-faced anchovy sandwich. And you’re going to love it.
Pies always made me nervous. Didn’t matter if they were deep-dish or mile-high. And you could call them whatever: quiche, tart or galette. It’s the crust and the making of it that always stopped me cold. I would avoid recipes calling for pie dough, or I’d scurry shamed-faced to the frozen food aisle of the local supermarket to buy ready-made.
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