When the sun comes out and the air warms up, people want to get out on their deck. They want to be poolside if they have a pool. And everyone wants something tasty to drink.
Some people call them ...Read More
I know many a home cook who begins dinner with an onion. We figure out the rest as we chop, slice, mince or dice.
When it's hot in Georgia, this cook reaches for Vidalia onions, Georgia's pride and joy root vegetable. It ...Read More
In retrospect, it was the best meal of my life. Not coincidentally, it was also the best street food of my life.
Admittedly, much of what made the meal so memorable was the circumstances. It was just after midnight in ...Read More
Americans consume some 50 billion hamburgers a year. What's so hard about shaping some ground meat into a patty and cooking it?
Meat experts, cookbook authors and chefs say plenty.
We use the wrong grind of beef. We ...Read More
This summery one-dish meal won't heat up your kitchen. Refreshing mint, garlic, raisins, orange juice and couscous give this salad a hint of the Middle East. The recipe uses pearl couscous also called Israeli or Jerusalem ...Read More
Need something easy to add to an otherwise mundane menu? Or something simple to take to a potluck, cookout or another social occasion? What you need is a good quick bread. They're called quick breads because they're quick ...Read More