We've tried several turkey treatments, but have settled on our favorite method: the oven bag! The turkey shown here has had its cavity stuffed with aromatics, and then we cover the outside with garlicky butter and fresh herbs! Best I've ever had.
We made pulled pork for the first time for the 4th of July. After much research on the best way to do it, we settled on adapting the Cook's Illustrated version, and the results were amazing!
A tasty look at the product of my trip to the first farmer's market of the year!
This was a wonderful spring salad-- watercress, pea shoots, bacon, avocado, red onion, cucumber, and cotija crumbles!
This was my first experience with cinnamon teacake, and the results were delightful! It was sweet and cinnamony but not too sweet, perfect for afternoon tea!
this was my first time steaming an artichoke, and here are the results!
Tastes like spring! This pasta dish is a great way to try fiddleheads without having to buy very many of these spendy ferns. And the bacon, mushrooms, shallots, garlic, white wine and parmesan would make the pasta exciting even without fiddleheads!
This photo shows my first experience using dandelion greens in a salad, and we really enjoyed the results! They paired nicely with prosciutto, bleu cheese, candied walnuts and a white wine vinaigrette.
These Mexican Chocolate Souffles with Cinnamon Cream are delicious and simple, even for the souffle novice.
The Japanese burger chain MOS Burger is a purveyor of delicious pork and beef burgers topped with a chili-like meat sauce that are unlike any burger I've had in the states. This is our DIY version in a country sadly bereft of MOS burgers!
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