This entry is part 89 of 90 in the series Holiday Foods
Today I am sharing the method I use to make my annual holiday turkey and a few of my favorite side dish recipes. With a few tweaks over the years, I think I have arrived at the perfect blend of [...]
This entry is part 88 of 90 in the series Holiday Foods
I have a wonderful recipe for you today and a chance to win something sweet before total holiday madness begins courtesy of the good folks at Circulon! Let’s start with the recipe and getting ready for holiday meals.
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This entry is part 10 of 10 in the series Reviews
The sizzle as you drop the meat on the hot grill. The burst of smoke as it hits the grate. The aroma that immediately fills the air. This is what Americans dream of. Some call it grilling, others call it barbecue, [...]
This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Grilling
Before you jump to conclusions and assume I am talking about something dirty, check it out. Spatchcocking is an old-fashioned term for butterflying poultry in preparation for roasting or grilling. And yes, it is a good thing to do!
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This entry is part 14 of 15 in the series Food Network
The other day, while driving home from an event in San Francisco, The Artist and I were discussing the foods traditionally served at Thanksgiving. Despite being rather ambivalent about the taste and quality of the side dishes, some people absolutely demand [...]