The ginger glaze is clearly the star of this recipe. The combination of the ginger, pineapple, honey and cloves from the ham in this recipe are exquisite.
This is a quick and easy recipe for some Roasted Asparagus.
In the spirit of keeping things quick, easy, and no hassle, from the Corned Beef and Cabbage with Vegetables recipe previously featured here and here, this Corned Beef Hash recipe is going to follow suit.
Corned Beef and Cabbage with Vegetables is a favorite recipe for those looking to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a classic comfort food.
I’ve gotten a few requests for the roasted potatoes recipe that went along with the steak featured in the posted Asian Marinade article some time ago. Having gone through my photos, I realized that I did indeed take pictures that day of the potatoes. Today finds the wind at my back for getting through things …
With warmer weather on the way, some people will be firing up that grill and welcoming in a new year of barbecue steaks, burgers, short ribs, chicken or what have you. Marinating your steak, or any meat for that matter, before cooking is a great way to infuse some extra flavor into an already great …
Here in the United States, we’ve come to know shepard’s pie as easy comfort food that is basically ground beef with a layer of vegetables in a potato casserole. My tweak to the more commonly known shepard’s pie recipe here in the United States is to use ground turkey instead of beef.
It is my whole hearted belief that every New England cook should have at least one ‘chowda’ recipe (that’s ‘chowder’ to you non New Englanders) in their repertoire, recipe box, notebook, or what have you.