- Wild Game
When life blesses you with porcini mushrooms so beautiful you could just weep over them, the right thing to do is serve them simply. In this case, grilled with wild onions.
Duck season is winding down, and we’re in our groove: Hunting, plucking, dressing and cooking the waterfowl we bring home. Over the years I’ve found uses for every part of the bird.
If you have never smoked a duck before you really ought to. Duck and goose lend themselves to the caresses of smoke: They’re rich, fatty and are wonderful as leftovers in sandwiches.
Grilling a whole piece of venison backstrap, basting all the while with your favorite BBQ sauce, may not be high-end cooking, but it sure is good…
Chicken or veal piccata, simple cutlets of meat served with a zingy lemon-butter-caper sauce, is a dish that speaks to my childhood — memories that all came flooding back when I made it again recently.
One of the best ways to cook a fish like a bass, rock cod or sea trout is whole. And one of the best ways to cook whole fish is on the grill. Here’s how.
It’s elderberry season, and making elderberry syrup is the first thing I do once the berries turn ripe every year. After all these years running this blog, I thought I’d finally write down the recipe.
Verjus, or verjuice, is the juice of unripe grapes. It is a classic French alternative to vinegar, and it is pretty easy to make. Here’s how.
This is my favorite way to use a surfeit of zucchini: It’s an old Sicilian method where you dry the zukes and then saute them with oil, chile and mint.
Venison chili. What’s not to love? Everyone has his own version, and I’m no exception. I’ll wager you’ve never seen a chile recipe quite like this one: It’s taken me many years to perfect it.