Basic Chicken Stock

  This recipe made about 1 liter of stock. Tip: Just look at that golden broth and imagine the savory scent in your kitchen. The tip here is to use raw chicken parts, that you might otherwise discard, to make stock. It's simple, mostly hands-off, can be made in small (or large) batches, can be... Continue Reading →

Apple Fritter Bread

  Makes 1 loaf Tip: Baking is typically a scientific process, but when I bake a recipe like this, it's simply magic. If you find baking intimidating, take baby steps, but DO bake from scratch and DO build your way to this delicious yeast bread. I really believe you'll be proud of your magical results.... Continue Reading →

Homemade Caesar Dressing

  Makes 1¼ cups dressing Tip: We love a great Caesar salad. Authentic Caesar dressing is made with raw egg yolks which raises a legitimate salmonella concern for many people. This recipe substitutes high quality mayonnaise for the egg yolks and oil in the authentic Caesar (same as mayo ingredients, so no flavor loss). Store... Continue Reading →

Red Walnut Salsa Verde

  Makes about 1 cup Tip: This sauce can be made in a food processor if you're careful not to overprocess the ingredients. You want it to be a little chunky as shown in the photo. If your knife skills need work, make the recipe by hand to get some practice. Use a sharp chef's... Continue Reading →

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