Guinness Irish Pub Beef Stew and Irish Flag Salad are featured in this week’s In the Kitchen.
Two side starches that prove one unique ingredient can turn good ole rice or mashed potatoes into something memorable.
Year of the Sheep Beijing Lamb Stew
Fall-off-the-bone short ribs
These are two great side dishes for people who feel like cooking when it is cold out and there is not much at the farmer’s market but carrots and maybe some cauliflower. Harissa Maple Roasted […]
There is no better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day then with a cozy home cooked dinner for two.
This is an outrageously easy soup as long as you don’t mind hunting down the one somewhat exotic ingredient, lemongrass. But one can even forego, and use extra lemons and not suffer consequences. The saffron gives this soup a vibrant jolt and the coconut milk a luxurious mouth feel.
Even if you don’t, this is interesting and delicious: rich, satisfying and relatively easy–as long as you have a grater.
This side dish is as easy as it is memorable. The trick is sautéed bread crumbs in butter. The vegetables are blanched in salted boiling water until fork tender. The drained vegetables are mixed with warm toasted bread crumbs. Parmesan is added at the end, off heat.
Dominique DeVito shares her holiday simple recipe for chocolate mousse. DeVito is the author of Christmas Slow-Cooking, available now wherever books are sold.