Recipes and photos courtesy of Robin Selden, Marcia Selden Catering and Event Planning
While the BIG GAME may be yesterday’s news, baseball season is only one month away and we still need finger foods to munch on as we watch basketball and hockey. Because we never really ate our fill, we’re sharing these recipes for spicy Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings and crispy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites.
They’re are easy to whip up, pretty darn guilt free and suitable for both the wing lovers and vegetarians in your crew.
Photo: Liz Rueven
A platter of braised brisket is the centerpiece of many Jewish holiday meals. Here is a recipe that’s basic enough to accompany various side dishes, yet different enough to add something new to the table. The sauce is a combination of heady allspice and cinnamon, wine and tomato, braised with the beef into a rich succulent sauce. Continue reading
Giveaway is now CLOSED. BUT please keep on reading and find the scrumptious recipe at the end of this post.
Sometimes the mere suggestion of a twist on tradition is enough to get me going in the kitchen. And I wasn’t even thinking about Chanukah yet.
On the last day of the outdoor Westport Farmers’ Market in November, organic farmer, Patti Popp of Sport Hill Farm, beckoned me to come check out her pile of brussel sprouts still firmly attached to their stalks.
My focus shifted as I noticed the generous, fan shaped LEAVES fanning out at the tip of these nobby supportive stalks.
THE LEAVES? I had never given them a moment’s notice, and likely had never even seen them before. They were both dusty and vibrant and Patti encouraged me to experiment with these lovelies as wrappers for whatever filling I saw fit. Continue reading
Father’s Day is upon us and we’re heating up the BBQ. Whatcha putting on the grill?
Where did your meat come from?
Do you really know? Continue reading