Using a good-quality olive oil makes a difference in this cake, which is dense and moist and just the right amount of sweet.
Inspired by a recent foraging trip in the woods, this toast is a beautiful assembly of flavors.
I've made this dish as a quick supper and as an elegant dinner party first course. It goes both ways, which is key to its charm and longevity in my cooking repertoire.
That it can be served minutes out of the oven makes this the perfect last-minute sweet.
The tart looks homey, but it's oddly sophisticated in its own way and not-so-oddly very satisfying, particularly after a hearty meal.
Strain drink into glass and garnish with Autumn Spice bitters.
To get your creative juices flowing, mix up this cocktail as tapped-out by John Dye at Bryant’s Cocktail Lounge in Milwaukee, where the typewriter was invented.
Here, we reduce sugar and vinegar with apple cores, for delicious, intensely-concentrated essence of fall.
Beans certainly hold up better in the industrial canning process than many other vegetable, but there are still many good reasons to cook your own.