Fried potato patties made from leftover colcannon, a combination of mashed potatoes, kale or other greens, and scallions or green onions.Photography Credit:Elise BauerHave you ever made colcannon?It’s a traditional Irish mashed potato dish with lots of greens. If there’s a heaven for kale, it’s this, mixed in with mashed potatoes and butter.
We wait a long time for summer here in New England, and, when it arrives, it is spectacular. Maybe it’s the longing for it that makes it so.One thing is required when it comes to sunny summer days: The Lobster Roll.Lobster Rolls: Classic Summer FeastNew Englanders are an understated lot, and you’ll see that reflected in this classic summer feast.
Homemade beef pho on a weeknight? YES! With a few shortcuts, this quick Vietnamese beef pho is ready in under and hour. Searing the beef in a hot skillet also adds great flavor!Photography Credit:Alison ConklinHaving grown up eating pho, I thought I knew it as a bowl of tender-chewy flat rice noodles surrounded by fragrant broth and topped with cooked and/or rare meats and aromatics.
The first time I ate a breakfast taco, it was one of those “Why didn’t I think of this before?” moments. It’s everything you want to eat for breakfast, all packaged nice and tidy in a tortilla that you can eat with your hands.I make mine with Mexican chorizo, scrambled eggs, avocado, and cheese.Mexican vs.
How to quickly, easily, and safely core and cut cauliflower!Photography Credit:Elise BauerAre you prepping cauliflower by cutting out the core first and then breaking the head into florets? (No shame in this, it’s how I did it for 40 years until my friend Chef Kathi Riley set me straight.)There’s an easier way.
Method1 Preheat the oven to 350°F.2 Prepare the crust. Process the wafers and pecans in a food processor (or chop by hand) until fine, then add enough melted butter so that it holds together when you press a little in your fist.Press this mixture evenly into the spring-form pan along the bottom and halfway up the sides.