Cooking with rosemary, particularly fresh rosemary, is one of the best decisions a cook can make. There’s just nothing the pine-y flavor it lends to any food, and its scent is positively heady. Read on for tips and hints to help you in the kitchen.
Jamaican Jerk Sauce has to be the best food of the Caribbean islands. It is readily available at restaurants and roadside stands, used on a variety of meats, vegetables, and seafood. If you haven’t tried it, think of a Buffalo wing sauce with triple the flavor. Dark and rich, this sauce really packs a punch.
These herb roasted potatoes are full of the flavors of onion, garlic, oregano, Parmesan, and Cheddar. They are incredibly easy to make, and the recipe is easily multiplied.
Learn all about thyme, from history and medicinal uses to cooking with this ancient herb and how to select and store it. No kitchen should be without thyme at least in the cupboard and preferably growing in your garden.
Peach Butter Chicken is simple to make using a peach compound butter flavored with sage and thyme. The peach butter inserted under the skin not only adds flavor, but also keeps the breast meat moist and juicy.
This tangy barbecue sauce goes together quickly and is great on burgers, chicken, pork, and even seafood. Less than 15 minutes to make with basic ingredients.
Garlic is one of the most versatile flavors to ever grace a kitchen. It not only tastes wonderful, it’s very good for your body. Learn all about garlic facts, tips, storage, and health benefits.
Who doesn’t love Pecan Sticky Buns? This fabulous recipe comes from the famed Amy’s Bread in Chelsea Market, a city-block-long food-lover’s paradise in New York City.