When we see seasonal produce pop up in farmers markets and grocery stores, it is a sure-tell sign that spring has sprung. In particular, asparagus is in season from February to June, peaking in April. Asparagus is an extremely versatile vegetable. It can be eaten raw, blanched, roasted, or sautéed, and it lends itself to… Read More »
Kerry has the good fortune to be the daughter of two talented and adventurous home cooks; family dinners are never optional and the menu often changing. She was raised as a quasi-vegetarian, not eating red meat, but rebelled a little during the college years with the occasional (frequent) tailgate burger. After graduating from Boston College with a degree in Communications and Studio Art, Kerry now finds herself with lots of time on her hands at the end of the work day, which she fills by experimenting with new recipes and ingredients. Outside of cooking, Kerry enjoys obsessing over her home state of Maine, avoiding exercise that feels like exercise, and researching new bars and restaurants, particularly those with outdoor seating.
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Recipes & Blog Posts
Few dishes are as easy to put together and as comforting as stew. Meat and vegetables are slow cooked to create a wholesome, hearty meal that warms the soul. Stews are a great way to stretch ingredients, tenderize tougher cuts of meat through low and slow cooking, and reduce dishes and clean up time by… Read More »
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but don’t fret if you didn’t snag a reservation at the latest hip restaurant in town. We’ve designed a romantic, red-themed menu that has you covered from drinks to dessert. By cooking Valentine’s Day dinner in the comfort of your own home, you can handpick the menu and… Read More »
It seems like everyone and their mothers are making fries and chips out of non-traditional veggies these days. Kale chips and carrot fries are now mainstream. For good reason — you can replicate the texture and flavors of these favorite greasy snacks while reducing calories, increasing nutrients, and mixing in some vegetables you may not… Read More »
For many, Christmas conjures up visions of ham, turkey, eggnog, and cookies. However, for a spoiled few, only one thing comes to mind: fish. The Feast of the Seven Fishes is a Southern Italian and Italian-American tradition celebrating Christmas Eve. It originated with the Roman Catholics, who abstained from more expensive meat and dairy on… Read More »
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