Ramps are here! If you have never heard of ramps before (and believe me, you are not alone), they are the thing to cook in the early Spring. You might know them as wild leeks, bear garlic, or wild garlic. They look a lot like green onions, with a leafy top and a long, thin,... Continue Reading →
This week's recipe comes to us courtesy of Live Fire Republic. We had the pleasure of working with David a couple of years ago. He is a super nice guy and takes some amazing photos. Check out his Instagram feed if you ever instantly want to be hungry. And please take some time to wander... Continue Reading →
This is not a "hey, let's throw something together at the last minute" meal. This one is firmly in the slow cooker category. I didn't do it in the slow cooker, but I'm sure you could if you couldn't babysit it all day. It needs to cook ALL DAY. I decided on beef shanks because... Continue Reading →
Chinese New Year is just around the corner, as is Valentine's Day. Want to wow someone special with a golden roasted duck? It isn't nearly as hard or complicated as you think. It just takes some planning and time. Sure, you could make dumplings or stir fry to celebrate ringing in the year of the... Continue Reading →
For all the flavor of a lasagna involving a third of the work, this is a great way to scratch the lasagna itch.
Thanksgiving can be daunting for people who aren't really into cooking. Luckily for us there is the internet - a wealth of recipes and menu plans at our fingertips. But putting all of this together, using new/unfamiliar techniques or ingredients, and formulating a plan can feel overwhelming. So instead of a recipe this week. I figured I would share tips from around the internet that might make the prep and the meal go faster and smoother for everyone.