The only advantage of having COVID at Eastertime is that the Easter Bunny hops by for a visit, prior to his big night of hiding eggs, to wish you well. Who knew?
This turkey chili will make you do the wave with jazz hands.
I consider this perfect fall/winter soup part of my transplanted Yankee heritage. It’s a multi-generational family favorite.
If for you, the four most dreaded words in the English language are not “We need to talk” or “Your card’s been declined,” but rather, “Mom, what’s for dinner?” then this month’s recipes are for you.
These yummy tacos have the added benefit of being a one-dish meal; the salsa makes a great stand-alone salad.
I’m dedicating this month’s recipe to my dear, late father-in-law, Gwinn. Gwinn didn’t have a Greek bone in his body, but he was a full-blooded Hellenophile. His passion for all things Greek dated to a magical journey he made as a young man. While there, he became enchanted with the […]
My love for cooking and my love for the man who would become my husband both had their origin in Washington, D.C. in the spring of 1989. Paul said it dawned on him that evening that if I could make asparagus taste that good, he saw promise in the relationship.
You really need a sheet pan with a rim to catch any runaway juices. Don’t use a cookie sheet unless you fancy the excitement of an oven fire. If you don’t already have them, a couple heavy-duty sheet pans are the best New Year’s gifts you can give your kitchen.
The opportunity, or government order, to pause and spend time at home is an introvert’s dream. Weekends when the only thing on my “to do” list was to plan, shop for, create, and savor an elaborate dinner for my family is nothing short of a gift, no matter the cause.