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.

John Ash Chicken Recipes

 KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN WINGS Serves 4 depending on your appetite Gojujang chile paste is one of the indispensable condiments in the Korean kitchen.  It is made by combining powdered red chili peppers, glutinous rice powder and soybean

Magical Mushrooms

MAGICAL MUSHROOMS (The edible ones) John Ash  (c)  2020 Mushrooms are one of the most interesting foods that we consume. Delicious, deadly, mysterious, intoxicating, enigmatic. Throughout history mushrooms have varying reputations, considered both food and foe. Today

Mushroom Pate

MUSHROOM PATE Makes enough to fill a 3-cup mold or dish The simplicity of this recipe belies its great taste. Traditionally served in a small glass jar with a bail lid. Serve with crisp little croutes, toasts


LIME LICUADO Makes about 3 cups Licuados (“blendeds” or “liquifieds” in Spanish) are part of the larger universe of fruit drinks made with fruit juice diluted with milk (either fresh or canned) or water found all over

Swordfish with Green Olives and Oranges

SWORDFISH WITH GREEN OLIVES AND ORANGES Serves 4 A couple of decades ago swordfish were severely over fished and we almost lost them as a viable commercial species. You may remember the chef boycotts about not including

Pickled Corn

PICKLED CORN Makes about 4 cups A delicious little accompaniment to anything fried or grilled. 1 cup white wine vinegar 3/4 cup water 1/3 cup sugar 1/4 teaspoon fennel seed, crushed 1 tablespoon kosher salt 3 large