Like its distant cousin, the white potato, the sweet potato originated in tropical South America and was first cultivated some 5,000 years ago.
Some sauces are “fussy.” But most are simple and a byproduct of regular cooking.
Eating on the cheap is usually important for bachelors. These days, it’s more important for everyone.
This is a very flavorful soup that’s great all by itself with a slice of homemade bread. It also pairs well with a salad.
If you buy a prepared marinade from the grocery store, you deserve to lose your money. You can make your own marinade in just a few minutes. Also, you can make it to suit your own tastes and needs.
In addition to the brats, burgers and dogs, why not throw on some veggies?
Chili is one of the most popular stews in America. It is relatively easy to make, and it requires a minimum of kitchen skills. In other words – it’s Bachelor Food!
One challenge for cooks is to come up with new ways to prepare foods. We tend to fall back on tried and true methods, often relying on the way we ate when we were growing up.
Spring is finally emerging from the cold and darkness. And with it comes our enthusiasm for gardening, for cooking, for catching those spring vegetables fresh from the fields.
With spring asparagus all over the place, this is a good place to use it. This makes a good size pot even though it’s scaled to six servings.