This ginger chili pork stir-fry is home cooking at its best: quick and simple to prepare.
What could be better than a succulent beef stew with a hint of stout beer?
Hint: There are two tricks for a tender stew. First, buy meat with generous marbling (tiny bits of fat between the muscle fibres). Second, cook it over low heat for several hours.
Serves 4 to 6
Are you looking for individual desserts to serve at your next party or holiday? If so you must check out June’s Cheesecake In A Jar! Serving these desserts in canning jars makes the desserts fun and easy to serve!
Makes 6 jars
My dad’s steak is famous. His secret? The marinade. It combines saltiness, sweetness, tanginess, and some heat, and it tastes phenomenal. I also use it to marinate the mushrooms, which act as fantastic sponges and, when served alongside the steak, really showcase the marinade’s wonderful flavors. The red wine butter is pure but delicious excess. It’s simple to prepare, and it looks and tastes exceptional. Double the recipe, because you’ll be looking for it long after the steaks have been eaten.
What can be better than a hot sticky bun for breakfast or a late night snack?
“I love salads to be filled with lots of vegetables rather than lots of lettuce. I add Boston lettuce to this one for its buttery flavour and wonderful silkiness, but otherwise I stick to beautiful robust green vegetables. The peas and asparagus — bright green, warm, and sweet — will stand out, complemented by the avocado’s creaminess, the dill’s freshness, and the feta’s saltiness.” -Lynn Crawford
While working on the Lucero family’s olive farm in Corning, California, I wanted to create a dessert that would make Dewey Lucero and his family proud. This family has been growing olives for three generations. This olive oil cake is incredibly moist and delicious, dressed with a sweet orange glaze and garnished with a salty-sweet olive brittle. Full Recipe