Step-by-step photo recipe for Homemade Brewfest Pretzels. They’re chewy, salty, and fragrant with beer. Happy Oktoberfest!
This pan-seared shark is one of The Angry Chef’s old standbys. He introduced me to shark years ago, and it never disappoints. Thick and meaty, shark is a really inexpensive alternative to swordfish.
This recipe turns out gorgeous, gloriously orange baked pumpkin donuts in just about 30 minutes. Get my step-by-step photo recipe here!
This is a Thai-basil inspired dish…made with short ribs. Fragrant with orange, basil, and fresh chilis, this recipe is one of my favorite ways to cook short ribs in the warmer weather.
Never baked a ham for Easter before? Never fear. This guide will help take the mystery out of shopping and baking the perfect ham for the holidays.
Why roast your own nuts at home? Why not! It’s fast, easy, and cheaper than buying canned nuts. Learn how to make my favorite roasted walnuts with this step-by-step photo recipe.
This pumpkin hummus is hot and spicy–and makes a great app for the Fall season. Serve it in a hollowed out sugar pumpkin.
Corn dogs are one of those great polarizing foods: Peeps either love ‘em or hate ‘em. Me? Call me a savage, but I need once like once or twice a year, usually in the thick of summer, right around Labor Day. They remind me of steamy August afternoons spent at town carnivals. Corn dogs. Cotton […]
Calling kids of all ages (and all you H.P. Lovecraft fans) out there! OK, so these are really silly. And I should note that I didn’t invent these little suckers. There’s a whole sub-culture dedicated to making cute food to put into Japanese-style bento box lunches, including hot dogs. (Check out the fabulous bento […]
OK, I’ve had a zillion requests for this, mainly from my Homemade Deli-Style Roast Beef recipe. That’s this thing here (if you like roast beef, I highly recommend it, both for flavor AND cost cutting measures): Sorry it took me so long to noodle out a version for a turkey breast! This turkey breast is […]