Preparing a Holiday Meal in a One Oven Kitchen.
Cooking a holiday meal may seem like a big undertaking, but with the right recipes and timing, local cookbook author, Carla Snyder, shows how simple preparing a holiday meal in a one oven kitchen truly is. Discover her go-to tips and dishes!
Heinen's 5-Grain Superfood Salad
Start to finish: 45 minutes Hands on time: 25 minutes There’s a lot of talk about superfoods nowadays and how certain foods are packed with vitamins and minerals. This salad is my stab at throwing all the good stuff in one bowl and making dinner out of it. Good for you is a fine goal, but delicious… now that’s what I’m talking about. A combination of brown rice, pearled durum...Read More...
5 Star Dinner® Green Pea Guacamole
There's no better way to put some peas on your plate than with this quick and easy Green Pea Guacamole recipe! Just blend and serve with veggies or blue corn...
Easy Overnight Oats
This recipe and photos were provided by Sally Roeckell of Table and Dish and were originally published at 365Barrington.com. Overnight oatmeal is a healthy breakfast option that can be easily prepared the day before. It’s even good in just a few hours if you can’t wait. Today I’ll show you how to make overnight oats and share four of our favorite overnight oats recipes! Overnight oats keep well in the refrigerator for up to five...Read More...
Fiddlehead Ferns and Ramps
In a general sense, we’ve come to expect a certain amount of predictability and seasonality to the assortment of fresh produce from one month to the next
For example, you can expect to begin filling your cart with an abundance of fresh citrus fruit in late November and continue to find many different varieties available through March. You’ll find hard squash is at its peak in September and October, sometimes even into November. New Mexico Hatch Chiles get a few weeks in the spotlight in September and Washington State cherries shine in June and July. You get the idea.
When it comes to two of our favorite spring ingredients, wild ramps and fiddlehead ferns, a distinct lack of predictability leaves us waiting patiently each spring for this spring bounty to arrive. In fact,…
What you need to know for the perfect turkey
You just brought home a turkey and you’re ready to begin preparing your holiday feast, what’s next
First, if your turkey is frozen, you’re going to need to thaw it our before roasting. This can take up to 4 days in the fridge depending on the size of the bird, so plan accordingly. If your turkey is fresh, you can skip this step and take a look at our roasting guide.
After your turkey is thawed, it’s ready for the oven. Unfortunately, there is no exact time for roasting a turkey, it’s part feel part measurement. You can use our handy roasting chart to approximate how long your turkey will take and keep an eye on it and use an instant read meat thermometer to make sure your turkey is cooked to perfection.…