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Category: Pork

Chicken Saltimbocca with Jambon de Bayonne

Chicken Saltimbocca with Jambon de Bayonne

This glorious dish is a cultural mash-up if we’ve ever cooked one. In our quest to find infinite numbers of ways to cook boneless skinless chicken breasts we came across this recipe.  It is a chicken cutlet that looks for all the world like any…

Out of Africa:  Barbecue Pork Belly with Apple Sauce

Out of Africa:  Barbecue Pork Belly with Apple Sauce

“Out of an African Kitchen: Recipes and Stories” I was sent this remarkable book. Its sender described it as ‘a quirky anthology of recipes, reminiscences, anecdotes, and stories from a bush kitchen set high up on the edge of the Great Rift valley overlooking Kenya’s…

Ina Garten’s Baked Raclette

Ina Garten’s Baked Raclette

Ina’s Recipe for this decadent potato, sausage and melted cheese dish is a must-make. Over the holidays, I was intrigued to see Raclette, the superb melting cheese from Switzerland, at Trader Joe’s. I thought about making Fondue but lost custody of my Fondue pot in…

Drunken Greek Pork Stew from Fine Cooking

Drunken Greek Pork Stew from Fine Cooking

What’s in a name?  Plenty! I have to admit, it was its picture in Fine Cooking–and not its name– that made me want to cook this extraordinarily easy-to-make stew.  Tony Rosenfeld, who wrote “Savory Pork Stews”, says it’s “a quick take on bekri meze, the…

Ina Garten’s Winter Minestrone

Ina Garten’s Winter Minestrone

Soup-making brings memories of home. I love to make soup.  It brings to mind one of my favorite memories of my mother.  Not that she ever made soup.  Her sister, however, was an inveterate soup maker.  She started from scratch and made her own stocks.…

HAMBURGER HEAVEN

HAMBURGER HEAVEN

Four Fantastic Ways to Celebrate this American Treasure Andrew went back to work this week in Manhattan. No one was gladder to do so.  While I tap away on my keyboard blissfully year in and year out, he was less than enchanted with our endless…

Chorizo Breakfast Tacos with Potato Hash and Fried Eggs

Chorizo Breakfast Tacos with Potato Hash and Fried Eggs

Breakfast for Dinner or Just Breakfast, you choose. This wonderful dish is a fantastic take on a Chorizo hash, in which the fresh sausage is paired with onions, garlic, and potatoes. There’s a hint of pickled onion, a tablespoon or so of cheese and the…

Asian Barbecue-Style Meatballs

Asian Barbecue-Style Meatballs

Open up your Asian pantry and make great meatballs in 20 minutes flat. When I saw this recipe in the New York Times, I had misfired with meatballs all too recently. I’ll spare the ugly details, but that recipe used un-cooked rice in a meatball…

From Saveur Magazine: The Best Easter Ham (Very Little) Money can buy.

From Saveur Magazine: The Best Easter Ham (Very Little) Money can buy.

A Q&A with Monte Mathews, the man behind Saveur’s perennially popular, five-ingredient, “cheap ham” recipe Connie McCabe for Saveur Magazine April 8, 2020 Courtesy of Monte Mathews Monte Mathews was working in advertising before he developed one of Saveur’s most beloved recipes. In the 1990s,…

Asian Pork Buns with Bok-Choy Slaw

Asian Pork Buns with Bok-Choy Slaw

A perfect lunch or casual dinner dish features Asian flavors just right for the whole family. This is a wonderful flavor-filled casual meal for serving at lunch or dinner.  It brings Asian tastes to the table achieving the balance of sweet, sour, salty and umani…