The following post was originally featured on Alexandra's Kitchen and written by Alexandra Stafford, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Food. In a recent Dinner, A Love Story post, Jenny Rosenstrach captured my exact experience and thoughts regarding
Broad bean dip recipe - Thaw frozen broad beans in hot water for 4 minutes. Peel and discard skins. Heat olive oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Cook onion, stirring, for 5 minutes or until soft. Add...
One night about a year ago, Katie Williams walked down the steps of a dark and dingy nightclub in Highland Park to hear a band. But she couldn't keep her eyes off the dusty old snack bar languishing in the corner, a grim curve of counter with an even grimmer-looking ...
This recipe produces zippy little pickles and preserves my green beans for months to come…if they last that long. I crank up the heat a bit with cayenne pepper. —Marisa McClellan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The freshness and quality of the foods we eat can transform the taste of our meals and the state of our health. And for me, there’s definitely a much greater sense of satisfaction and pride that I get from knowing that I made a meal from pure, healthful ingredients.
Proper Boston baked beans would have salt pork instead of the bacon James Beard cooked them with ribs The key is to use the little white pea beans known as navy beans, and to allow time to do most of the work
Some people mark the start of fall with an apple pie. Others start breaking out the big reds from their wine cellars. Me? I'm a bean boy. All it takes is the first sign of a nip in the air or the first morning that smells like ocean rain and ...
Growing up, I loved it when my mom made a big pot of navy beans cooked in salt pork. The beans would get sort of mushy, and we would crumble our cornbread into the salty, stick-to-your-ribs, bowl of comfort.
I wanted a fresher take on that satisfying pot o’ beans, and I turned to the ingredients I normally use to make Italian white beans. I think that adding the bacon end near the end of cooking cuts back some on the sodium levels, and leaving these beans a bit more al dente lends them to pairing with the crisp Swiss chard.
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