If you haven’t been keeping up, this is the third installment of some great recipes we learned at a recent cooking class. We attended a class at The Stock Pot’s Cooking School. Our instructor for the evening was Chef Grant from Tavern on Brady.
So far, I have featured his classic deviled eggs, balsamic roasted . . . → Read More: Herb & Garlic Roasted Spring Vegetables (another recipe from our cooking class)
I am excited for my first post for the Holiday Recipe Club! Of course, the upcoming holiday is St. Patrick’s Day so the “secret ingredients” to choose from are beer, potatoes, and/or pistachios. (Thanks to Veronica at My Catholic Kitchen for putting me on to this new club!)
I wanted a hearty meal so I . . . → Read More: Holiday Recipe Club: Beer Braised Brisket with Potatoes and Peppers
Didn’t everyone’s grandmother make this most anticipated dish of the early summer? I know all of ours did. . . . → Read More: Grandma’s new potatoes and peas
One of my grandmothers did make potato salad out of leftover mashed potatoes, but my other grandmother had the making of mashed potatoes down to an art. I remember them being so creamy that they almost poured off the spoon, full of butter, cream and lots of pepper. There was no making potato salad out . . . → Read More: Grandma’s Mashed Potatoes