It's dinnertime in the heat of the summer. The last thing you want to do is turn on the oven.
What's in a name? That which we call a casserole by any other name is still, well, a casserole. Generally a go-to for potlucks, casseroles are quick and easy to transfer, and they can feed a lot of people. But take a look at your next potluck table and count how many casseroles there are. You can change the game this …
Hey, you, reading this story over a pile of french fries: Back slowly away from the crispy spuds. They're out to get you.
I decided my almond chicken obsession was becoming a bit much.
Are there a million things you haven't done? Is one of them throwing a patriotic party inspired by one of the founding fathers?
Tis the season of backyard barbecues, picnics and outdoor potlucks. We gather with friends, or simply migrate to the backyard picnic table for family dinner, and that has me craving the classics: grilled meats, veggies and some creamy starchy sides like macaroni salad. Today, I have the perfect solution for scratching …
Sometimes I just crave a big serving of green beans. You too, right?
When it comes to picnic and potluck contributions, almost everyone welcomes coleslaw. So why is it that what lands on the table is often store-bought?
Ask cookbook author Pat Tanumihardja about some of her favorite food memories growing up in Indonesia, and avocados will figure prominently in her response.
By the time you read this, I will be back from spending a couple of days bopping around New York City with a friend.