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.
Yum. You know how I love miniature food. Don’t ask me why, but I do. Most of the time, I’d rather nibble on a bunch of different things than have one big meal. These sliders combine all the traditional seasonings that go so well with lamb—rosemary, mint, garlic—in one tiny burger that’s packed with flavor.garlic, lamb, mint, rosemary, scallion
This is one of my favorite things to serve at a cocktail party. These Sweet Chili Chicken Drummettes are easier to eat than chicken wings, and are sweet and spicy with just a little bit of crunch. It doesn’t take a lot of ingredients to create a heavy dose of flavor. These drummettes get a […]appetizers, chicken, chili garlic, chive, sesame
Seriously? I could eat a big bowl of these, then go back for more. I’m not saying that I have a meatball problem. Yet. Made with traditional Asian flavors, these meatballs get a satisfying, subtle heat from a generous amount of chili flakes, ground ginger, and fresh garlic. The sweetness of the sausage balances out […]beef, meatball, pork, sausage
It’s Friday the 13th and the day before Valentine’s Day. There’s a dizzying array of mouthwatering, chocolate-y recipes out there this week. So…let’s make something fun and crunchy. Mouse discovers Cheez-It breading. Film at 11. It didn’t happen exactly like this, but this is close enough.Cheese & dairy, chicken, deep frying
This is a fabulous way to feed a crowd on a budget. Pork shoulder is a tough cut of meat, so it’s generally on the cheaper side. (In fact, this is the same cut of meat that’s often used to make pulled pork.) My pork roast was about 8.5 lbs. and was only 99 cents/lb. […]braising, Pasta & starch, pork, tomato