There are few things more satisfying on a cold winter’s evening than sitting down to a meal brought about by your own craft and ingenuity. When a morning spent tracking rabbits across the snowed-in woodlands yields a young hare to serve as the centerpiece to a meal, garnished by shallots from the root cellar, carefully […]
| Bacon, Butter, Cornichons, Cream, French, Goat Cheese, Leeks, Local, Pickles, Rabbit, Seasonal, Shallots, Stew
We’re really on the brink between two seasons at the Farmers’ Market: looking in one direction there are enough ripe tomatoes, ears of sweet corn and red peppers to make you think it’s high summer. But the next stall down is stocked with the winter squash, storage onions and gnarly root vegetables that make you […]
| Butternut, Cabbage, Carnival, Corn, Fall, Garlic, Heirloom, Kuri, Onions, Poblano, Shallots, Squash, Tomato, Watermelon
Martha makes SPINACH LASAGNA from an old Cook’s Illustrated magazine (March/April 2004).
| Cook's Illustrated, Fontina, Food, Italian, Lasagna, Microplane, no-boil, Noodles, Nutmeg, Pasta, Rustic, Shallots