Happily married.

  • Location: Flint, MI
  • Favorite foods: Lamb, yellow rice, biscuits and bacon gravy.

Lemon-Marinated Tuscan-Jewish Fried Chicken

This looks great! What would you serve it with?

Lemon-Marinated Tuscan-Jewish Fried Chicken

This looks great. What would you serve it with?

Ed Levine's Golden Rules of the Perfect Pancake

The best pancakes in the world are from Pamela's in Pittsburgh. So crispy, so tender.

Tales of a Cookbook Writer: What if a Dish Makes Me Gag?

Win a Copy of 'Mother Daughter Dishes: Reinventing Loved Classics'

Chocolate goody. Walnut crust, cream cheese layer, chocolate pudding layer, cool whip. It's ridiculous.

12 Things You Can Do with Silicone Muffin Cups (Besides Bake Muffins)

You can use the little ones to portion homemade baby food.

Win a Serious Eats Edition KettlePizza Baking Steel Combo for Father's Day!

Ground beef and green olives

6 Smashingly Good Smashed Burgers

Angelo's in Flint. Best burger in the world.

Behind the Scenes In Kenji's Home Kitchen (A.K.A. Home of The Food Lab)

Let's hear it for Goya capers and alcaparrado. None better.

Salsa Golf (Argentinean Ketchup)

In Puerto Rico it's called mayoketchup.

Bake the Book: Puddin'

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: High Road Ice Cream 6-Pack

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: High Road Ice Cream 6-Pack

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Cacao Drinking Chocolate Basket

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Thermapen Thermometer

Peanut butter fudge

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Zingerman's Phantom of the Fridge Secret Stash

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: High Road Ice Cream 6-Pack

Salted grapefruit

Bake the Book: One Bowl Baking

Kenji's lime and cracker pie

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: The Perfect Steak Set from Double R Ranch Co.

Medium rare ribeye

Open Thread: What's Your Favorite No-Cook Meal?

Cook the Book: 'Franny's'

Pasta with butter, garlic, and cheese.

Father's Day Giveaway: Win a KettlePizza Pro 22 Kit

Cook the Book: 'Family Table'

The first meal of (Panamanian) sancocho when we visit my husband's family in Puerto Rico.

Green Risotto with Mushrooms (Vegan)

Butter is only mentioned in the directions. The method is probably just copied from the original risotto recipe (a very practical thing to do).

Cook the Book: 'From A Polish Country House Kitchen'

Grilled Kale

I just wanted to share a little revelation I had while making dinner tonight. I was grilling burgers, and decided that my husband and I needed a little something green. I pulled out some kale, washed it, and threw the pieces (stem attached) onto the grill. I closed the lid for two or three minutes, and then I took it inside, cut the leaves from the stems with shears, and salted it. The kale was tender and the tips of the leaves were crisp and charred. It was absolutely fantastic!

I'm sure this has been done millions of times, but I was pretty proud of myself and just wanted to share how truly delicious it is.

Meat Loaf From 'Lighten Up, America!'

Of all the recipes in Allison Fishman Task's new cookbook, Lighten Up, America!, her healthier meatloaf was one of the most intriguing. She lightens the loaf in a few ways: first she uses ground sirloin mixed with veal and pork for a leaner meat blend, next she adds whole grain oats instead of bread to bulk out the meat, and then she stirs in a box of wilted baby spinach for color and extra nutrition. More

Roasted Mushrooms with Rosemary and Garlic

Meaty cremini mushrooms are tossed in a simple dressing of red wine vinegar, dijon mustard, olive oil, minced garlic, and chopped rosemary, then placed into a hot oven until tender. As they roast, the spongy mushrooms not only absorb the sharp and herbaceous flavors of the dressing, but their own meaty mushroom flavor intensifies as well. More

Coca Cola Brownies

In a weird feat of cooking magic, you can actually bake brownies by substituting the wet ingredients (typically eggs and vegetable oil or butter) with a can of cola. The result is a dark, damp brownie with a fudgy yet springy crumb. More

Chocolate 'Crack'

This salty and sweet bark is super easy to make and more than mildly addictive. Most traditional recipes use semi-sweet chocolate chips, but if you have access to really good dark chocolate, it will take the recipe to the next level. More

Stained Glass Windows

If you aren't able to find multicolored marshmallows, you can use regular mini-marshmallows, or substitute, as I did, two-thirds of a bag of large red and green Christmas marshmallows (cut down to mini-marshmallow size) and 1/3 of a bag of regular mini-marshmallows. More