Food

Published on March 12, 2020 - Page 11
There is something about the humble sturdiness of a root vegetable that can be very pleasing, and even inspiring. First stop — soup! This soup...
Published on March 12, 2020 - Page 11
For the pizza fans in your family, “smashed” potatoes (with skins on) are a nutrientpacked surprise for the average pie. Zesty ranch dressing and...
Published on March 12, 2020 - Page 11
There’s probably no recipe that better showcases salt and pepper working in multiple ways and together than Chinese salt and pepper shrimp, an...
Published on March 12, 2020 - Page 11
Even if you’re not Irish, a green treat like this Luck o’ the Irish Mint Pie can get you and your guests into the festive spirit. With enough...
Published on March 12, 2020 - Page 11
Fish Fillets on Mushroom-Artichoke Couscous 1 pound fresh white mushrooms, sliced 2 jars (6 ounces each) marinated artichoke heart quarters 1 cup...
Published on March 5, 2020 - Page 7
Spring has yet to be sprung so comfort food is still called for this time of year. These three dishes feature chicken and turkey. ••• Leading a...
Published on March 5, 2020 - Page 7
This week Julia and I would like to share some of her adventures on school projects with her friends, including old-fashioned noodle making at Uncle...
Published on March 5, 2020 - Page 7
This simple butternut squash soup is little more than squash, cooking liquid, and a few aromatic ingredients; it comes together easily yet is creamy...
Published on March 5, 2020 - Page 9
This time of year, boneless, skinless chicken breasts are my go-to protein. You can add them to a grain bowl, a green salad or Caesar, or shred them...
Published on February 27, 2020 - Page 9
Sauces, dressings, salsas, mustards, honeys, international ingredients. The selection of condiments at grocery stores has expanded dramatically in...
Published on February 27, 2020 - Page 9
Any flaky white fish would be perfect in this recipe. You just want a mild, moist fish, which then will be encased in a crunchy coating, and a base...
Published on February 27, 2020 - Page 9
In Sicily, chickpeas are the favored legume to use in soup. In this version the mild bean shares the stage with escarole. Dried chickpeas are the way...
Published on February 27, 2020 - Page 11
Food waste and hunger are two enormous problems that some non-profit groups say can be addressed together by getting the extra food to the people who...
Published on February 20, 2020 - Page 7
They say that everyone complains about the weather — winter especially — but no one ever does anything about it. Well, here’s something you can do...
Published on February 20, 2020 - Page 7
This New Orleans Bourbon Bread Pudding recipe starts by tearing a baguette into ragged pieces, which gives the bread pudding a rustic look. Then...
Published on February 20, 2020 - Page 7
Time keeps marching faster than I can keep up with. I can hardly believe that I’m almost halfway through my waiting period for our little darling who...
Published on February 20, 2020 - Page 7
The Philadelphia Inquirer PHILADELPHIA — A good cheese can reflect the nationality of its maker. Yoav Perry’s approach to cheese-making manifests...
Published on February 13, 2020 - Page 7
Warm your honey’s heart with a homemade dinner this Valentine’s Day. Chicken and pasta taken to the next level will surely impress. And for dessert...
Published on February 13, 2020 - Page 7
Grilled cheese is the ultimate comfort food, an adult treat that harkens back to childhood. I never met a grilled cheese sandwich I didn’t like....
Published on February 13, 2020 - Page 7
Hi there, we are having a blessed, busy week. Daniel’s parents from the Amish community in Danville, Ohio, came for a visit last week and have now...
Published on February 13, 2020 - Page 9
Nothing says indulgence like noshing on some seriously giant Alaskan King Crab legs. They’re not just tasty, they’re a low-fat source of protein —...
Published on February 6, 2020 - Page 7
For many of us, January was all about giving things up: Maybe we were going to stop eating meat and embrace a plant-based diet. Or we were ready to...
Published on February 6, 2020 - Page 7
During a snowstorm once, I couldn’t go to the store for several days as I waited to get plowed out of my driveway. I had plenty of food, but a lot of...
Published on February 6, 2020 - Page 7
Okay, this week, you’ll be joining Julia as she tackles one of her favorite hobbies, baking. Awhile ago we received a recipe from a dear friend and...
Published on February 6, 2020 - Page 9
If you’ve never heard of jackfruit, keep your eyes open: You’ll start noticing it everywhere. Jackfruit is a very large tropical fruit often used as...
Published on February 6, 2020 - Page 9
I sometimes joke and say that as a Southern cook, I use pecans like other chefs use salt and pepper. That is to say, on just about everything. I love...
Published on January 30, 2020 - Page 7
Take your Super Bowl party to the next level with a super fiesta featuring Jalape??o Popper Cups, chicken and black bean stew and two delicious, easy...
Published on January 30, 2020 - Page 9
You may or may not want to join us on last night’s adventures. I was deep into my first sleep when I was awakened by a little voice calling me from...
Published on January 23, 2020 - Page 7
When it comes to pot roast, keeping it simple is sometimes best. Start with a chuck-eye roast, a well-marbled cut that is great for braising....
Published on January 23, 2020 - Page 7
Thinking about what I am going to fill you in on this week brought to mind the dearest person to me on earth. Meet my husband Daniel Yoder! I got...