February is National Heart Month, and we’re celebrating by sharing some heart-healthy takes on our go-to winter food: Soup! It’s comforting, versatile, and so easy to make. Whip up a big pot of Garlic Broth and bring it to a sick friend in need or keep a pot of Tomato Barley Soup simmering on the stove for a help-yourself kind of dinner. Not only can these recipes be made in advance, they are good for you and are an easy way to feed the whole family.
Master this summertime staple with the help of these 5 easy-to-follow rules.
This Beer, Potato, Cabbage & Sausage Soup combines all of our favorite traditional Irish ingredients and is true ‘weekend winner’ — just dump it all in a pot and let it simmer!
Chef Phillipe Valladares (Brasil) served this dish at Houston’s 2nd Annual Green Eggs & Kale event, benefiting Urban Harvest. It’s a rustic platter of kale and corn beef hash with poached eggs and spicy Hollandaise, served with warm cornbread and honey butter.
Now here’s a popular restaurant that I’ve been coming to since Day 1: Stone Werks. Three locations around the Alamo City (Lincoln Heights, The Vineyard, and The Rim) together share an impressive history…over twenty years of serving San Antonio! They’re also a longtime Sysco customer.
Just like Ma used to make…and she still does – after 70 years!! Ma Harper is the master of all things creole, and her pies are to die for.
Grab some of your buds and then grab some spuds! These potatoes are literally overflowing with ingredients, but there’s no right or wrong was to go about stuffing them…We decided on HEB’s fully cooked shredded brisket. It’s like having two meals in one!
Chowder is a staple at seafood restaurants. But this recipe is a little more special. I found this take on the New England classic at “Mooo” Restaurant in Boston. Delicious! “Click here”:/weekly-gems/2009/10/11/sleepy-lobsters-boston-clam-chowder/# to see the chef in action. In a large sauce pan on medium heat melt butter and add leek, raw bacon, onion and […]
Traditional latkes, or potato cakes, are an essential part of Hanukkah every year. Roaring Fork, at 1604 and Huebner Road, is serving latkes with Poblano and onion jam throughout the 8 days of Hanukkah (Dec. 20th – 28th). Or, you can try these treats at home. Executive Chef Matt Inouye shared this recipe with me. […]