It was around this time last year when I decided to splurge and prepare a huge seven-pound crown of pork for a holiday party hosted at a friend’s house. With the exception of a turkey,
I grew up thinking paprika was the fancy orange stuff you sprinkled on deviled eggs – a decoration for special occasions. While on a recent trip in Boston, I had the pleasure of ordering a
There are days when I feel like I don’t partake in the world of kabob cooking enough. Everything tastes better when cooked on a stick, right? Plus, slathering the pierced items with a sticky sauce
I’ve been on a soup kick lately with the quest to keep things as simple as possible. What can be simpler than throwing ingredients into a slow cooker and letting the food do its thing?
Ever have one of those days when you open the refrigerator and realize you have a random jar of sauce from a recipe gone by? That’s what happened to me when I noticed a jar