St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner, and everyone needs to know how to make corned beef and cabbage. My mom would serve ours growing up with a parsley sauce. It’s just too good, and you must try it. READ MORE
I have become obsessed with Chicken Pot Pie since moving to the United States, and it’s the perfect meal for a cold winter day. I promise this one will warm you right up! READ MORE
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I have tried a LOT of Macaroni and Cheese… and this one, in my opinion, is the absolute best. The Fiscalini cheddar really makes this dish pop, so try your best to find it (or use another high-end artisanal sharp cheddar). READ MORE
As a child, there was no dish I loved and hated more than candied yams. I expected it on our holiday table, even fantasized about the toasty, gooey marshmallows that covered the slimy, watery yams (which were actually sweet potatoes incorrectly named).
When I became a mother, I included the beautifully loathsome dish in every Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner and nagged my sons and husband to eat the concoction, not just the marshmallows, just as I had been told, too.
A few years ago, I finally figured out that tradition wasn’t repeating the same saccharin-sweet mistakes of our forefathers, and that I could make any food I wanted, as long as it captured the spirit of our celebration. READ MORE