What We Love: Cooking With Beer

by Kate H. Knapp
What We Love: Beer-Inspired Dishes for St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

When I was growing up, St. Patrick’s Day typically meant two things: corned beef and pinches. The latter involved the tradition (at least where I grew up) of getting pinched if you weren’t wearing green on the holiday. My brother took full advantage of this and it became a game of who could outsmart the

The Gift of Homemade Chicken Stock

by Maggie Battista
The Gift of Homemade Chicken Stock

I bet you think this is going to be a story about chicken stock. Don’t be silly. Just because you see pretty images of carrots and fennel and onions and celery and actual chicken stock doesn’t mean I’m going to write about chicken stock. Instead, I’m going to tell you that it’s stock season and

Coq au Vin a la Partridge: Pot-Roasted with Sausage and Cider and Ready for a Downton Abbey Inspired Supper

by Sean St. John
Coq au Vin a la Partridge: Pot Roasted with Sausage & Cider

Take a fine moment to consider Sean’s brilliant take on Coq Au Vin that actually has no Vin at all. It’s a bit of fowl stewed with hard cider, two styles of sausages (including chorizo) and beans. If partridge isn’t for you, find a bird that suits you and get to pot-roasting, stat. This dish

Asian Turkey Noodle Soup

by Denise Woodward
Asian Turkey Noodle Soup

Soup is a seriously under appreciated food group, which is really a shame; after all, it’s both nourishing and hydrating, and you get to nurse a big, hot, bowl.  I think a major factor in the soup drought is fear of or unease with making stock. Thankfully, Denise shares both a delightfully unusual recipe, and

Harissa Chicken and Chickpeas

by Judi Cutrone & Nicole Ziegler
Harissa Chicken and Chickpeas

Judi and Nicole know how to warm up what’s turned out to be one of the coldest winters on record around these parts. They also know how to make January all about a little self-love, in the food sort of way, you know. I’m just back from Salt Lake City and cannot wait to mix

Chicken Paillard

by Denise Woodward
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I’m always looking for new ways to cook your basic chicken breast, but I always fall back on the best recipe: Chicken Paillard. Denise’s version keeps the skin on, but it works well for skinless chicken breasts as well. -Maggie I have fond memories of my great-aunt puttering around the kitchen. She was always getting

What We’re Loving: Fall Dinner Party Ideas

by Ariela Rose
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Fall. The perfect time to retreat to the kitchen, create hearty recipes, eat while wrapped in a warm sweater, and sink into a cinnamon-spiced food coma. All the better to share this new weather routine with good friends. So why not host a fall dinner party? Think of this week’s “What We’re Loving” post as

Chicken Spring Rolls {a movie}

by Jill Chen
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Superbowl Sunday is imminent and if your menu needs a little something crunchy and fun, these Chicken Spring Rolls from Jill will hit the spot. She even created a quick dipping sauce and a wonderful how to motion photograph to take you through each step. Thank you, Jill and Jill’s hubby, for showing us the

One Pot Meal: Chicken Marabella

by Denise Woodward
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Being a child of the 80’s, I remember one-pot meals, otherwise, known as the “casserole” very well.   These wonders that our mother put down in front of us, usually contained a miss mash of ingredients.   While they usually came out of the oven, all golden and bubbly, once the serving spoon was plunged

Buttermilk Fried Chicken

by Maggie Battista
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Buttermilk fried chicken is serious business. I’ve had the good stuff growing up in Georgia and in several cafeterias in Nashville, Tennessee, and some of my favorite local variety is featured at Highland Kitchen in Somerville, Massachusetts. They only serve it on Monday nights, but it’s worth the early week drop in. Of course, there

Pete & Jen’s Backyard Birds

by Maggie Battista
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Pete and Jen are on a mission, and this week they’re mission saved my belly, my pork belly. As sustainable farmers and locavores, they raise chickens, pigs, rabbits and lambs in Concord, Massachusetts pastures where they can enjoy fresh air, grass and acres on which to roam. Their chickens are such highly regarded that the

Spicy Sicilian Chicken

by Maggie Battista

I am a big fan of whole foods prepared simply and with comfort in mind. I found the recipe for my Spicy Sicilian Chicken on the Martha Stewart site last year. It’s not her recipe; it belongs to Mario Batali, another big-time celebrity chef. I’ve since modified it and end up baking it in the

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