Seriously, guys, this is so easy. It’s one of my favorite ways to bang out a delicious, stick-to-your ribs meal on a weeknight. Season the shrimp, cozy a half a slice of bacon around it, and fry in a really hot pan. By the time the bacon is crisped on each side, the shrimp will […]
Based on Ina Garten’s fabulous recipe, these meat loaves pack huge comfort-food goodness in a small package. They’re a great thing to serve at a dinner party. I mean, come on: Who wouldn’t love a little meatloaf, made just for them?
By now, you guys probably know about the great love affair I have with my butcher shop, McKinnon’s. When I go, I partly have a shopping list in mind, and I partly decide what to buy based on what looks good, what’s on sale, and what’s new or unusual. That last part is how I […]braising, cream, garlic, sage, veal, whiskey
When I saw that our butcher had put out a spread of thick veal rib chops a few days ago, I couldn’t resist. I can usually only find these around the holidays. These rib chops are caramelized on both sides with shallots and butter, and then simmered in a shallow bath of white wine infused […]holiday dinner, veal, veal rib chops
Ah, meat. This is one of my favorite topics—and things to cook. Apologies in advance to all my vegetarian friends. I just can’t help myself. So, when I ask my friends what they have the most trouble cooking, the answer will very likely be: “Meat!” (Or, “Steak!” or “Veal!”) Sometimes it’s, “I can’t grill pork […]cookbooks, Etc., meat, Reviews, Etc., shopping