This is a really simple recipe. It’s a great, easy weeknight alternative to french fries. I tossed the potato wedges with some fresh, minced herbs, garlic, and olive oil, then baked ’em in the oven.
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It’s good to be back in the kitchen! (Here, have a giant platter of meat!) The last two weeks have been a whirlwind! Between baking dozens of practice tarts for Bon Appetit’s Holiday Bake-Off Party and making a kamikaze run to New York City to their Culinary Studios, I’m happy to be back at The […]beef, chili, garlic, roasting
This recipe is so easy, it’s kind of like cheating. I’m OK with that, though. (I’m all for fancy sauces and complicated meals. But there’s a definite time and a place for dishes like this.) It takes no time to slap together—then your oven does all the hard work.back ribs, beef, chili, garlic, ribs, roasting, scallion
What’s better than roasted pork? How about roasted pork wrapped in crisp bacon? I know. That’s kind of what I thought, too. (Pig x 2!). This is so simple, but so delicious. (This is one of my favorite roast beasts, along with my Deli-Style Roast Beef.) With most pigs bred as lean as […]bacon, garlic, pork, roasting, rosemary
OK, so this is cheating. Well, sort of. This may not be real barbecue, but it is one of my favorite ways to make chicken legs: Indoors. In the oven. Seared, then smothered in hot, spicy sauce and slow baked. Let’s face it: Nothing can replace good, outdoor barbecue. But, sometimes you just don’t feel […]barbecue, BBQ, chicken, chicken legs, cilantro, roasting
C’mon. Let’s do some magic tricks in the kitchen. We’ll start by making a feast that’s fit for a king�for practically pennies. All you need is a sharp knife, a few hours, and a roomful of friends to feed. This pork shoulder is butterflied, rubbed with olive oil, garlic, and herbs, then slow roasted�a method […]garlic, herbs, pork, roasting
Intimidated by roasting a whole duck? Don’t be. It takes a few hours, but it’s really pretty easy. You just need to know what to do with your bird. It’s kind of a labor of love, but it’s definitely worth it. With this method, the skin is crispy. The meat is succulent, perfectly cooked, and […]duck, roasting
OK. I cook ribs so often that I’ve decided to make it official. Welcome to The Hungry Mouse’s Rib of the Week feature. I’ve gone back and re-tagged my other rib recipes, so they’re all in one place. Ribs: not just for the barbecue A lot of folks I know love ribs, but only remember […]bacon, beef, cherry, ribs, roasting
I love cornish game hens because they’re so sweet and small. They cook quickly. And with very little effort, they transform into a ridiculously impressive-looking main course. For as delicate as they may be, this is stick-to-your-ribs winter food. The little hens stay moist and succulent from an overnight soak in a sweet and brine-y […]apple cider, apples, bacon, cornish game hen, roasting
I’m not sure if this happens to other people, but sometimes I really crave a rib roast. You heard me right. A standing beef rib roast, as in that giant hunk of roasted beast that you serve around the holidays. One worthy of Cindy Loo Who. It happened to me last night. Luckily, I happened […]beef, beef ribs, ribs, roast beef, roasting