One Pot Cooking for Men

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Anita’s German Sausage with Sauerkraut in Beer

Way back in the 1960’s, when people still thought science was a pretty good idea, the Russelmann family of New York, enjoying a quiet Sunday afternoon reading the Schenectady Gazette, happened upon a recipe for Choucroute Garnie. Choucroute Garnie means sauerkraut topped with sausages and layered with lots of salty meats. However in this version […]

Langostino Étouffée

A good road dog can tell you the best places to grab a meal when you’re marking a lot of time on the highways of this continent. We’re talking everything from fondue at Banff’s legendary Grizzly House in the province of Alberta, Canada to JD’s Burger Barn in Mesquite, Texas. Both delivered a satisfied smile. […]

Rustic Oatmeal “Overnight” Artisan Bread

I forget why, but back when my sister and I were kids we’d head over to our grandparent’s house many days after school and on Thursdays my grandmother would always be baking bread. I remember it as clearly as if it were yesterday, the squeak of the hinge from the door in the garage that […]

Thai Red Curry with Kabocha Squash

I like eating seasonally. And every season change serves up something special. Spring artichokes pave the way for Summer tomatoes, field peas and cornbread to punctuate hot summer days. Fall greens lead the way toward winter squashes, roasted to perfection to create wonderfully complex flavors in dishes like this curry with squash. One of our […]

Homemade Fire Roasted Salsa

The evolution of this recipe is best described by Joni Mitchell when she sings, “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” I figure Joni was reaching a little deeper than salsa with that line but that’s kind of how it was. We grew up eating Tex-Mex and all the varieties of hot sauce […]

Texas Migas

Migas has traditionally been a central and south Texas breakfast tradition. I was born in Dallas, which is located in north-central Texas and I’d never heard of migas until I started spending time in Austin and San Antonio and I can assure you, every mother’s kitchen creates migas as tasty, unique, and reflective as that […]