Dec 13, 2017 8:54amThere's no denying it; summer is the most social season of them all.So, when it comes to entertaining, why not let summer's chilled-out mantra influence your party menu, too?
Cleveland is blessed with a broad and deep pool of local, independent food startups – from sauerkraut to hot sauce.Meanwhile, crumble, brown and drain the fat from a package of Dee-Jays Custom Butchering chicken sausage.
which is pretty much anything that isn’t black as well.Peel the butternut squash well (this often takes a couple of passes with a vegetable peeler to get to the bright orange flesh), then trim the top and bottom off.
But if you're looking for the ultimate beef experience, you need to go for a standing rib roast, aka prime rib.While a prime rib station is a common sight at fancy buffets and high-end restaurants, they're rarely prepared at home.
It’s one thing to pour soup out of a can and into a pot (no judgment!), but when you want to make a wholesome, homemade soup, it can be a little intimidating.
Here’s a vegetarian pizza the whole family will love, and it takes less time than sending out for one.I used a whole-wheat flour tortilla as the base for this quick pizza.
For 225‘s “Dining In” writers Tracey Koch and Stephanie Riegel, the holidays are a favorite time of year—but also their busiest.With holiday parties filling up the December calendar, how can you entertain and enjoy the festivities while still getting everything done?
Pack some serious gourmet into your next one-pot masterpiece and let the simplicity of single-dish cuisine open new culinary avenues, without the messy cleanup.Ever since the Middle Ages we’ve been doing it: bubbling, simmering and stewing away at a delicious hodgepodge of meats or fishes, onions and herbs, vegetables and more in a big, iron pot.
I’m a big fan of meatballs, which can be assembled on the spot quickly or easily made ahead and placed in the freezer.I’ve worn my crew out with classic spaghetti and meatballs lately, so this week, I opted for turkey veggie meatballs topped with teriyaki sauce and sesame seeds.
Spoken together, those three words conjure feelings of homey warmth and goodwill that are the very essence of the holidays.com)
But not all cookies lend themselves to last-minute baking or to being served soon after they leave the oven.
Photograph courtesy of Jessica Beacom and Stacie HassingWhile lots of people are obsessed with the Whole30 diet these days, just as many are turned off by the work it takes.Add in a few more obscure rules (butter is okay, but only if it’s clarified), and Whole30 recipes have a reputation for requiring a whole lot of cooking.
And now, it's time to whip up some seriously succulent eats.This holiday ham is so easy to make that even Megyn can do it!