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 […]
One of my favorite weeknight chicken dishes. It’s simple to throw together, and you can make the rest of your meal while it’s in the oven. A bonus? Chicken leg quarters are usually pretty cheap.
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?
Pot roast is stick-to-your-ribs, winter home cooking at its coziest. It’s also an economical way to feed a crowd when you’re on a budget. All you need is a big hunk of beef, an even bigger pot, a handful of ingredients, and a little patience.
Ah, soup weather in New England. The air in Salem is finally turning a little colder, at least in the evenings. There are few things I love more on a nippy night than having a steaming pot of soup bubbling merrily away on the stove. For this soup, I started with Julia Child’s famous Potato […]bacon, cognac, leek, potato, soup
These noodles are one of my favorite things to bring to a picnic. They’re a little salty, a little sweet, and only get better once they sit in the fridge overnight. They’re super simple to make, and will keep for about week in the fridge. They have an excellent balance of salt (from soy sauce), […]chili, garlic, ginger, noodles, Pasta & starch, salad, sesame