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Guinness Beef Stew

Guinness Beef Stew

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 »

Blackberry and Creamy Goat Cheese Sticky Buns

Blackberry and Creamy Goat Cheese Sticky Buns

A great Sunday brunch with friends or family is crucial to ending the perfect weekend. While it’s easy to roll out of bed around noon and stop by your favorite brunch spot, it’s way more rewarding to get into the kitchen and make something from scratch–and what’s more comforting than warm sticky buns? This recipe… Read More »

6/11/2014#SweetTooth

Blueberry and Strawberry Clafouti

Blueberry Strawberry Clafoutis Recipe

Clafoutis are a traditional French dessert made with fruit and a thick, custard-like batter. Most commonly made with cherries, clafoutis can also feature other fruits like our favorite summer blueberries and strawberries. Inspired by a friend’s experimentation in the kitchen, Denise and Lenny mixed up a patriotic strawberry clafouti with blueberries added in that would… Read More »

6/5/2014#Seasonal

Southern Buttermilk Brined Fried Chicken

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This is one recipe that should be in every cook’s arsenal. The Southern classic’s crunch of the breading, the rich meat of the chicken, the various spices that create the harmonious flavors… And yet for such a simple pleasure, this dish takes a little know how and a great recipe. Enter Beth with her Tennessee… Read More »

3/19/2014#WorldCuisine

Chinese Scallion Pancakes

Chinese scallion pancakes

Although scallion pancakes grace many Chinese take-out menus, it’s just as easy (and fresher-tasting) to make them at home. It’s all about kneading, layering, and rolling the dough with this recipe; proper handling of the dough ensures a flaky and crispy pancake every time. Sandra shows how, when properly made, simple ingredients of flour and… Read More »

How to Make Pastitsio: The Greek Answer to Lasagna

Classic Pastitsio - Greek Layered Lasagna

Tired with regular old lasagna? Spice things up with pastitsio (pronounced pahs-TEET-see-o), the Greek version of lasagna. Layers of noodles, meaty tomato sauce and a creamy bechamel sauce are combined to create an indulgent Mediterranean casserole. The word “pastitsio” comes from the Italian word “pasticcio,” or a large family of savory, baked pies. Other places… Read More »

The Maryland Crab Cake

Maryland Crab Cake Recipe

Crab cakes are fit for mini appetizers, sandwiches, and simply eaten solo with a lemon wedge on the side. Most restaurants gravitate toward imported jumbo lump crab since diners assume bigger means better. But authentic Baltimore crab cakes consist of finer meat that doesn’t fall apart. Laura’s recipe on Tide and Thyme relies on the… Read More »

2/28/2014#SweetTooth

Chocolate Chunk Brownies

Chocolate Chunk Brownies

Cakey brownies get a bad rap because if made improperly, they can be dry, flavorless, and unrecognizable as the delicious treat they can be. With a texture so hard to get right, cakey brownies can become too similar to chocolate cake, begging the question of what the definitive difference is from those who have only… Read More »

2/6/2014#SweetTooth

Thomas Keller’s Chocolate Souffle

Thomas Keller’s Chocolate Souffle

The word soufflé comes from the French verb souffler which means “to blow up” or more loosely “puff up,” which is exactly what happens in this sweet (but sometimes savory) classic French dish. Notoriously difficult to master, soufflés are often presented in movies and sitcoms in a comical light as characters inevitably fail at their… Read More »

Flawless Flaky Scones with Chocolate Chips

Flawless Flaky Scones with Chocolate Chips

While traditional British scones resemble biscuits decked out with jam and clotted cream, the popularized coffee shop staple distinguishes itself from competing breakfast breads with tall, pie-slice sizes, fruity frostings and decorative sugar dustings. But you don’t need to leave the house for an embellished scone to call to you from an assorted bakery display…. Read More »