By now, you guys probably know about the great love affair I have with my butcher shop, McKinnon’s. When I go, I partly have a shopping list in mind, and I partly decide what to buy based on what looks good, what’s on sale, and what’s new or unusual. That last part is how I […]
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So recently, I found myself with a bunch of spare egg whites. (Stay tuned to find out what happened to the yolks sometime later this week…) I was starving when this happened. I whipped them together quickly with a handful of stuff I had in the fridge, and…voila! A super light omelet that was packed […]eggs, herbs, olives, sage, thyme, tomatoes
There’s nothing like coating something in butter. I know it’s not the healthiest thing in the world, but man, is it good. For this dish, meaty, country-style pork ribs get frosted with a pungent whiskey butter, then dappled with fresh cranberries, garlic, and earthy sage. They get basted a few times as they roast with […]cranberry, pork recipes, pork ribs, pork with cranberry, sage, spare rib recipes, spare ribs, thanksgiving pork recipes
I love slow cooking because your food almost cooks itself. You do a little work, then the stove or oven coaxes complex flavor out of simple ingredients. Guinness stew is traditional cold-weather fare and a staple at most good Irish pubs. There are a million versions of the recipe. This is mine, with a few […]carrot, ginger, guinness, potato, sage, stew, stout
I know I’ve been fairly rib-heavy with my recipes lately. I can’t help myself. I base a lot of what I cook on what looks good that day at the market. And when I saw these lamb ribs at the butcher, I couldn’t resist. First, the meat was temptingly rosy and shot through with thin […]lamb, lemon, olive oil, oregano, parsley, ribs, rosemary, sage