You get that wonderful slow-cooked barbecue taste without an outdoor grill.
It’s time to try all the great variety of locally grown fruits and vegetables at their peak of perfection.
If you don’t go to the markets very often, you might be a little intimidated by the experience. So, here are some tips for shopping at the local farmers market.
The problem for many cooks is shucking the corn. Our answer: don’t do it before you cook your corn on the cob.
In addition to the brats, burgers and dogs, why not throw on some veggies?
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.
The term squash refers to a large group of plants that includes a wide variety of shapes, colors and sizes. They are actually a fruit and originated in Mexico and Central America.
I came across a recipe to use up all those gorgeous strawberries that were in season a few weeks ago. I decided to try it out but making a low-sugar version.
Corn, tomatoes and zucchini are especially good this time of year.
It’s more like a cobbler than a pie, but it’s much easier.