Imagine the looks on your family's faces when you walk out of the kitchen carrying a whole steaming pumpkin.
Violet may be back to work, our "honeymoon" over, but since I've "hired on" as Violet's three-day-a-week baby sitter, I still get to spend untold time with my daughter, my baby, my 34-year old baby, Violet Moon. It may never be possible to make up for lost time, but together, mother, daughter, granddaughter, we are writing a new ending. I am blessed.
I thought it wise for all you conscientious party throwers out there to know about some healthier options.
Creamed greens were always comfort food, but now they don't need the steak on the side.
Like a colorful, prancing, song-singing unicorn, there is objectively nothing not to love about a Scotch egg.
It seems like the '90s were full of products that came and went.
Behold as a slice of pear and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar turn a childhood staple into a grown-up affair.
The ingredients that adorn the top -- dark chocolate, coconut, and pecans -- provide satisfying zip as you bite into a serving.
You should know exactly how to break the most common rule of cookie making.
The main clue to pear ripeness is color. Most pears show a faint yellow background when ready. Anjou and other green ones should give slightly under pressure. Once ripe, the pear's flavor deteriorates quickly.
Today: The best way to brew coffee in a Chemex.
What happens when you cross creme brûlée, French toast, and tres leches cake?
hy do we spend so much time discussing and sharing pictures of food? Is everyone really that obsessed with food and plating and color variation? Or is it a just a response to the increase in information about food?
It's a delicious way to use a few extra cups of roasted vegetables from your Thanksgiving dinner. My recipe uses three key Cook for Good ideas that can help you sail through the holidays.
Fifty seems to be a popular number for lists. But why should 50 Shades of Grey get all the attention? In celebration of American Thanksgiving, I bring you the listapalooza "50 Shades of Turkey." An assortment of questionable, yet edible, turkey dishes.
Today's mashed potatoes are the glue that holds any feast together -- we'd just rather they didn't taste like glue.