The amazing dishes Steve and John speak about on The Good Food Hour aren’t trapped in your radio- you can make them at home! Elevate your dinner table with the delicious dishes below.
Serves 4 Blue cheese is called for here but you could use any soft, rich cheese you like. If Asian Pears aren’t available use tart-sweet apples, regular pears, mangoes or whatever else is best in the market.
Serve 8 Classically red wine is used to poach fruits but here I’ve used strong coffee which has many of the same qualities of red wine: Acidity, tannin and rich flavor. The pears can be done up
This is a great salad for the winter months which takes advantage of seasonal ingredients. To make it more of a substantial course, drape some paper thin slices of proscuitto or coppa around the plate. Serves 6
LABOR DAY/END OF SUMMER GATHERING Labor Day for many of us announces the end of summer. Though the Autumnal equinox (equal day and night hours) doesn’t happen until September 22nd this year when we begin to get
Chef Kay Baumhefner for Della Fattoria Cafe – Petaluma, CA
INGREDIENTS: YIELD: about 20 cups 2 Tb. EACH 80/20 oil and unsalted butter 4 large red onions, cut across and thinly sliced 12-16 med-lg. carrots, finely julienned 8 large parsnips, finely julienned 2 medium bulbs fennel, finely
KSRO LENTIL RECIPES SPICY LENTILS Makes 1 quart Delicious served cold as a salad with greens or hot as an accompaniment to simply prepared meats, chicken and sausages. 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/4 cup minced
Blackberry Butterscotch Apple Pie Crust: 1 1/2 cups flour ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon sugar ½ cup Crisco ¼ cup unsalted butter 1 small egg or half of a large egg 1 ½ teaspoons raw apple
In 2009 I visited Turkey, I attended a private cooking class in a local woman’s home which was located across the street from from the ancient ruins of Ephesus. Before the class we stopped for ingredients in
For the Frybread 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt ¼ cup powdered milk 1 cup of warm water Oil for frying In a large bowl mix all dry ingredients. Slowly add water a little at a time, mixing with hands