Onion Beer Beef uses a slow stove-top braising method. It’s amazing how a few basic ingredients and a little time can result in such a flavorful dish. Beef chuck roast is slowly braised with onions and dark beer to tender perfection.
Classic beef stroganoff is transformed into chicken stroganoff using less expensive chicken thighs and herbs complementary to poultry. You may substitute chicken breasts for thighs and feel free to experiment with your favorite variety of mushrooms.
Pineapple Glazed Chicken brings the bright flavors of the islands to your table. The pineapple glaze is so simple, you hardly need a recipe but oh so yummy. This recipe is particularly pleasing to children, and luckily, it is quite easy to make.
Herb Potato Pie is sure to become one of your new favorite side dishes. I’m always looking for new ways to serve potatoes, and this one is both eye-pleasing and flavorful.
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.
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.
If you love Jamaican jerk pork, try this version with the tantalizing addition of raspberries. Enjoy all those delicious spices as in the traditional jerk sauce, along with the requisite Scotch bonnet peppers and add a hint of sweetness of raspberries. It’s pure awesome sauce!