Good Food Hour Recipes

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.

OVEN DRYING FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

A simple technique which should be in everyone’s bag of culinary tricks is to use your oven to slowly dry fruits and vegetables. It literally creates a whole new group of ingredients. One of the most dramatic

MOTHER CORN

What is truly amazing about corn is its versatility and seemingly endless uses culinary and otherwise. There are many theories about the origins of corn but most agree that sometime between 10,000 and 5,500 B.C. the first

JOHN ASH FOR THE LOVE OF BACON

In recent times bacon has gotten pretty beaten up by the food police. We’ve been told to minimize our consumption of high saturated fat and cured meats like bacon. However, I can’t imagine going thru the rest

Flugger’s Bacon Tacos

Flugger’s Bacon Tacos: 1 lb Flugger’s Bacon No Sugar Ends N’ Pieces 1 packet Taco Seasoning of choice 8 oz Red Cabbage shreds Apple Cider Vinegar Cotija Cheese Jalapenos, sliced into slivers 4 1/2″ Street Taco tortillas

ICE CREAM TREATS

  ICED AND FROZEN SWEETS FOR SUMMER A quick history:  Iced sweets such as ice cream, sherbets, granitas, snow cones, frozen drinks and the like have been around a long time, since at least 4000 B.C. Nobles

HAM SANDWICH IN A FRENCH BAR

HAM SANDWICH IN A FRENCH BAR I’m starting with an observation by David Tanis, New York times contributor and past chef at Chez Panisse from his book Heart of the Artichoke.  He notes that “A well-made sandwich

SANDWICHES

So, what is a sandwich? Originally it was thought to be any variety of fillings held together with two or more slices of bread. The bread has morphed into all manner of flat breads, buns, toasts and

 

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