This chocolate covered toffee is possibly the easiest candy to make at home. Customize it with whatever toppings you like, and hand it out to your favorite peeps. Great for holidays and birthdays! 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.
Mad love to Woman’s Day magazine for featuring our Peeps Topiary in their Easy Easter Crafts roundup. Get the details and learn how to make your own festive Spring centerpiece!
So, when you live by the water in Salem, Massachusetts, the Fourth of July is kind of a big deal. The celebration basically happens in our backyard. Here’s a quick peek at what it’s like during the day…and after dark. Fourth of July, early in the day The Angry Chef and I took a walk […]
There’s just something about a pig in a blanket. Maybe it’s because they make us feel like we’re 8-years-old again. Maybe they remind us of the BEST SUMMER EVER when we were teenagers. Regardless. I’ve seen these little babies totally delight some of my hard-core foodie friends. I’m talking about my gourmet-est, food snobbiest […]
Want to be a hero this Spring? Make your own Cadbury Creme Eggs. Every year, our good friend D. Bunnyhunter waits like a little kid for the new harvest of Creme Eggs to hit the shelves. (David, let me know when you want to pick yours up, OK?) These are actually really easy to make […]
Need a little inspiration for the holidays and New Year’s Eve this year? Check out some of my favorite, succulent holiday meals from past years. (Apologies in advance to my vegetarian friends for only including one thing for you guys. We’re a very carnivorous household.) 1. Restaurant-Style Prime Rib 2. Garlic-Studded Sirloin Roast […]
I had so much fun learning how to cook a goose this month, I decided to give one away to a reader to share the experience! Read about my adventures in goose cookery (recipes included) here. The prize goose So, Sassafras Valley Farm is a small farm nestled in the Missouri countryside. They were kind enough […]
Pssssst, hey you! Your goose is cooked! Mwahahahahahaha. Wait. Make that geese. I’ve been waiting for weeks to be able to say that. (It’s the little things. Such a dork, I know.) This is my first experience cooking goose. I’m super excited about how they came out. Let me tell you all about it and […]