Showing posts from February, 2010

Julia Child's Soubise Recipe
(Onion & Rice Casserole)

Call onions the steady-eddies of cooking, we cook them every day but rarely take notice. Thanks to this classic French side dish called "soubise" [pronounced soo-BEEZ], we'll never take onions for granted again. Soubise combines thin ribbons of onion with rice and a little cream and cheese. Dreamy. Heavenly. Ethereal. Addictive. Yes, it's that good. Whole Food, Simply Prepared. Budget Friendly. Weeknight Easy, Weekend Special. Extra Perfect for Special Occasions. Vegetarian. Naturally Gluten Free.

Cut-Out Spice Cookies

My Favorite Recipe for Roll-Out Cookie Dough for Thirty (yikes) Years Roll-out cookies are too pretty to save for Christmas! This is my all-time year-round favorite cut-out cookie dough recipe, for easy-easy handling, yes, but also for flavor, think lively gingerbread spices kissed (but just on the cheek!) by a little chocolate, a little lemon. Cut-Out Cookies Made from Scratch. Festive for Year-Round Holidays, Not Just at Christmas. Easy to Handle Dough. A Signature Recipe for Years and Years. Great for Food Gifts, Cookie Swaps and After-School Treats.

Football Fever!
Fun Recipes for NFL Playoff Games
& Superbowl Parties

Updated with New Recipes & Party Ideas! Who knows all the February holidays? The shadow of Groundhog Day, the romance of Valentine's, the Washington and Lincoln birthdays, sure. But the Superbowl is February's favorite "holiday" with a rowdy, enthusiastic, go-Chiefs! go-49ers! fanbase, when even genuine football stars and what's-a-punt? clueless fans convene before the big-screen. Here's a special collection of fun, football-friendly recipes . Party on! Whole Food, Fresh & Fun. Potluck & Party-Friendly Fare. How to Throw a Great Superbowl Party.

Fast Roast Chicken: My Signature Recipe

The Recipe: How to roast a chicken fast – in an hour – but speed isn’t what makes this my signature roast-chicken recipe. It's the simple ingredients, just a fresh chicken, salt, pepper and a hot oven. It’s the crispy, salty skin. It’s the moist and tender breast meat and the juicy succulent dark meat. One more thing? Roast chicken is the perfect meal for unexpected company. Tis a wonder, this roasted chicken. The Conversation: How to feed a crowd on a whim, roast chicken and a fall menu. ~ Skip Straight to the Recipe ~ COMPLIMENTS! "... so fast & easy & the best roast chicken I've had!" ~ Anonymous "... what a great recipe it is! ... Mmm!" ~ Charlie How to Feed a Crowd in Two Hours The heads-up arrived at five o’clock. “Some people are coming for supper.” How many? I asked, guessing two, maybe six, as many as twelve. He hesitated, then began to count out loud. "Fourteen, I think," was the answer. Now, this man