Sure, there are tons of nifty gadgets and tools that can help do the job -- but wouldn't it be better if you could find the perfect solution in your very own kitchen?
He serves the 'fruits of the sea' in their most natural state, using foraged pine tree bark to smoke fish a la minute, wild mushrooms for risotto (and for stuffing chicken), seaweed in water to infuse and bring out the natural flavors of seafood, allowing the freshness to come out.
When I think of sloppy joe, I think, "Old school, tomato-hamburger dish that someone's mother made in 1974." Well, this version is evocative of that but is elevated to being totally delicious and sumptuous.
A whole informal economy is built around the basic necessity of food, reacting to and taking advantage of the interstitial spaces where the government control and order are absent or weak.
Planning family meals shouldn't make you want to pull your hair out. Here are ten easy recipes that don't require any hard-to-find ingredients or too much advance planning. And the best part about these stress-free suppers: Even picky eaters will polish off their plates.
It's pumpkin season! Orange cans of pumpkin purée are everywhere -- put this fall pantry staple to good use with these pumpkin-packed recipes the whole family will love.
This dish is delicious, healthy, hearty, requires few ingredients and just a bit of time. Forge ahead this cold season with your Butternut squash dish by your side and allow food to be your medicine this fall.
As bona fide evangelists for the beer can genre of barbecue, we feel obligated to spread the gospel.
Here are some of the best recent additions to the Austin scene, no farther than a pedicab away from the park, that would be a solid bet for a cocktail, food or fortification of the insides any time of year.
Imagine taking your favorite cereal and combining it with marshmallows to create an epic and extremely impressive cone. Yeah, that's exactly what we did.
Jacques Pépin is one of the most influential chefs of our time, with long-running shows on PBS as well as a slew of cookbooks. But next week his newest book emerges with a more personal side than even a chef like Pépin has yet to show.
Needless to say, we didn't come prepared for a wet boat ride out into the rough bay as the setting sun was bringing a chill to the island... but to experience the ancient Salish Tribe art of reefnet fishing, that's where we found ourselves, cameras and notebooks in hand.