Eggs in Pepper Boats By Jacques Pepin One day I decided to cook eggs in sweet peppers with a bit of cheese and cilantro. It made a great lunch dish. I used the long, pale green peppers sometimes called banana peppers. Poblano and cubanelle peppers also work, especially if you want to add a little… Read More →
Baked Egg Boats By Teri Lyn Fisher & Jenny Park These baked egg boats were born out of our dual love for baked eggs and for soup served in a bread bowl. Why not combine the two concepts and bake a savory quiche in a hollowed-out baguette? Serve these boats for a terrific breakfast or… Read More →
Sausage, Potatoes, Onions, & Mushrooms en Papillote By Jacques Pepin I wanted to show Shorey how to make a great one-dish meal for dinner, so I chose this one featuring sausage, potatoes, onions, and mushrooms en papillote. Papillote refers to a wrapping of foil or parchment paper in which meat or fish is cooked. This… Read More →
Easter Recipe Round-Up Here are a few of my favorite recipes for the spring holiday, from brunch classics like quiche lorraine to a make-ahead orange and caramel flan for dessert. Need to feed a crowd of hungry relatives? Try the ham with madeira-cider glaze or rack of pork loin with mustard and apricots—both make for lovely… Read More →
Impressive Valentine’s Day Recipes A love of good food is universal, it’s what connects us all… trust me, I’ve spent a lifetime trying to prove this very point. So this Valentine’s Day, skip the dinner reservations at a fancy restaurant and practice the art of seduction from the comforts of your own kitchen. Here are… Read More →
The Best Way to Welcome the New Year New Year’s Day is for taking a deep breath after a few weeks of holiday celebrations, lazing on the couch with the family, and naturally, eating lots of good food. Here are a few easy brunch ideas to start your new year off right (and combat that… Read More →
Classic Roast Chicken By Jacques Pepin The classic way to cook chicken is still the simplest and best. Roasting the bird at high temperature crisps the skin as it protects the flesh, keeping it moist. And roasting the chicken on its side helps the legs, which usually take longer than the breast, cook faster, and… Read More →
Mixed Vegetable Frittata with Manchego By Andrew Zimmern If you have a giant well-seasoned cast iron skillet, you could easily double this recipe to feed a big crowd.
The Best Cookbooks of the Year It seems each year there are more incredible cookbooks published than the last; it’s a tough job to whittle down the lengthy list into a handful of my favorites. This year in particular, there are several noteworthy debuts, like Aaron Franklin’s meat smoking manifesto, Michael Solomonov’s ode to Israeli cuisine,… Read More →
Ham & Apple Breakfast Hash By Andrew Zimmern This easy yet satisfying breakfast hash is the perfect use for leftover ham after a big holiday feast. It hits all the right notes; salty bacon and ham mixed with sweet apples, and a little spice from the cayenne.