Take sesame dressed chilled soba into the fall by adding some heartier ingredients like delicata squash, chicken and red cabbage. I will start this off with the usual disclaimer that I am in no way, shape, or form saying this some traditional, authentic recipes from any cuisine. I will […]
Inspired by Baltimore’s own Sour Beef & Dumplings and Northern France’s Carbonade Flamande aux Spéculoos, this beef stew uses gingersnap cookies for both flavor and body.
This is a light, quick, and fresh way to use up the last of summer’s corn.
Late summer is the perfect time for succotash–both lima beans and corn are in season–and this dish turns it into a filling pasta salad.
Restuarant-worthy Baltimore lump crab cakes with little filler and a secret ingredient–Ritz crackers!
This is a moist, rich. deeply chocolate cake with a surprising ingredient–Coca-Cola. The icing is a nod to the tradition of adding peanuts to a bottle of coke.
A rich, chocolatey version of Hawaii's easiest and possibly tastiest dessert. I made these during a particularly difficult time this weekend (detailed here if you are interested) and if I can do that, you can totally make them in just a few minutes today. I think butter mochi is one […]
No, not that German potato salad, the other one.
This recipe is basically a tasty, vaguely Italian dip scooped into peppers and roasted until it is creamy and piping hot. What’s not to love?
Two of July’s real stars–blueberries and cherries–in one muffin. What more could you want?