Turkey season is almost here! Nicole’s been perfecting her Thanksgiving recipes for years, and she found the perfect pair in Misty Knoll’s turkeys.
The hot and sunny days of midsummer are finally here! And after drinking hot chai all winter, I can’t get enough of it brewed on ice.
The first truffles of the season passed through my hands just days ago, and I could not resist. These redolent fungi captivate me and I needed my own magnificent mushroom to play with!
The heat of summer is finally over! While that does mean the end of berries, lemonade and cobblers, the season of pumpkins, mulled cider and, of course, apple pie is now in full swing.
Today, I wanted to talk about two of my favorite Italian vermouths: a classic dark vermouth from the House of Cocchi, one of the original Torino vermouth makers; and the other, a limited production white vermouth from chemist-turned-vermouth producer Mauro Vergano.
We are devotees of legendary grillmaster and renowned chef, Chris Schlesinger. Here, he shares with us his recipe for “Clams in Chile-Butter Sauce,” featuring a local delicacy – littleneck clams.
This recipe for “Mussels with Mango Curry Sauce” was one that Chris Schlesinger used in his “Seafood Grilling” class – he kindly gave us permission to share this glorious recipe as we savor the last days of summer!
A moment of inspiration prompted by childhood memories turns a classic breakfast into a summery dessert – here is a recipe for Blueberry Pancake Ice Cream.
This recipe for “Crispy Zucchini Fries” celebrates a wonderful summer crop from Red Fire Farm in Granby, MA.
Right now, we have in beautiful Arrowhead cabbage from Red Fire Farm in Granby, MA – and, the other night, I took the opportunity to use one for a wonderful, sweet and crunchy salad
This recipe for “Pea Greens, Pecorino and Grilled Spring Onions” is an easy little salad featuring delicious red spring onions and pea greens.
Emily, produce buyer and home chef extraordinaire, brought the apples: 10 different kinds, most of them heirloom varieties. I represented for the bakery and turned each variety into an individual mini-crisp and sliced extras for a “raw” tasting. Our goal? To find out which were the best baking and which were the best eating apples.