Other Fun Food Recipes

Muffings: stuffing muffins
Here's a very traditional stuffing recipe perfect for turkey or for stuffing a pork loin roast (above). It was inspired by a recipe from my former... read more
Thanksgiving Dinner
This warm, rich variation on traditional cranberry sauce is both sweet and savory, always a great combination, and very different from the... read more
White Castle
You've heard of it whispered in back alleys and dark corners of bars. It works. The mythical White Castle Stuffing. Makes. About 8 servings Takes.... read more
Apple Slices
Here's a great alternative to applesauce. It looks different from any other apple sauce you've ever tasted, and, my oh my, it tastes different, too.... read more
cheese cheesy grits
In the South, where corn is king, grits are it. A gluten free grainy corn porridge they are served with breakfast, lunch, and supper. And they make... read more
Charoses
Charoses (a.k.a. charoset, haroset, haroseth) is a traditional Jewish dish served during the spring feast of Passover. It is one of the world's great... read more
Macaroni and Cheese
No self-respecting barbecue joint can call itself "authentic" without Mac 'n' Cheese because it is the perfect wingman for barbecue, especially for... read more
Caponata
Caponata is a traditional eggplant based recipe especially popular in southern Italy. It is served as a sandwich, as an appetizer on rounds of a... read more
caramelized onion pizza
Mahogany colored caramelized onions are a wonderful sweet savory ingredient in French Onion Soup, and as a topping for ribs, brisket, caramelized... read more
hot giardiniera
Giardiniera (jar din yair) is an Italian word that means roughly "from the garden." It is a condiment made from fresh vegetables, chopped into small... read more

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