Now I’m serving up the juicy, fork-tender meat with the browned exterior that a crock pot just can’t deliver. I make everything from coq-au-vin to lamb stew, and even blackberry cobbler with the help of my little friend.
Traditional home cooking in the south not only crosses the southern boundaries but throughout the United States and the world for that matter. A traditional Minnesota Hot Dish Casserole could be the very same recipe your favorite Aunt from North Georgia makes. I won’t get into the fine detail of regional cooking but I would like to mention one thing, Cornbread!
Looking for that simple yet impressive appetizer to serve at your next dinner party? Try seared scallops on a bed of tender creamed leeks, drizzled with aromatic truffle oil. This one’s a keeper.
A frosty morning is greeted by a wonderful red barn sitting in a farmer’s field. As the sun rises the frost begins to recede, revealing the true beauty of the landscape that we all love and call home. There is just something distinctly romantic about pastoral scenes like this.
Asparagus is amazing, nutritious and easy to grow (but you need patience). It can be baked, boiled, steamed, sautéed, grilled — and eaten raw. Sandra Phinney salutes the queen of vegetables, and offers up some delicious recipes.
Founded in 1750, the Halifax Farmers’ Market is the oldest continuously operating farmers’ market in North America.
I have noticed more and more roadside stands offering goods like flowers, fresh vegetables and fruits, baked goods, crafts, trees and so much more. Many of them are tucked away and it’s so easy to drive right by.
We are here to help them get found – and to help you find them!