Posts Tagged ‘turkey’

New Cookbooks – “Lynn Crawford’s Pitchin’ In”

Based on the hit Food Network show of the same name, Lynn Crawford dedicates her first book to the farmers, growers, fishermen and ranchers she met during “the road trip of a lifetime”. This lovely, heartfelt collection of over one hundred recipes documents the adventures Chef Lynn experienced and the dinners she prepared for her hosts. It is a great read for anyone who is interested in establishing connections with their food and understanding the relationships between its provenance and its preparation. Continue »



Holiday Food Survey Results

happy little gingerbread men

We were curious to find out what you like to make, bake and eat over the holidays so we sent out a survey on twitter last week. We got a huge response, you guys are really passionate about holiday food! Continue »



Chutney for Thanksgiving

Chutney is one of those idiot-proof condiments, so easy to prepare that there will NEVER be a Ronco or K-tel “Chutney Wonder” late nite infomercial. Originally a condiment that appeared in Indian cooking, wet or dry chutneys have typically been made from mint, coriander and onion, but have been bastardized by inventive and curious cooks for years looking to come up with a sauce or tangy side relish to compliment any number of meats, or to act as a substitute for gravies. Continue »