Radish polenta

Root-to-Leaf Recipe Uses Whole Watermelon Radish

I have to admit I was giddy when I read that the must-use ingredient for the market basket challenge was the often-overlooked, never-a-bride-always-a-bridesmaid, just a garnish, humble radish. Basket

Pork Shoulder Sausage Breakfast Sandwich

Chef Frank's Pork Shoulder Sausage Breakfast Sandwich

Chef Frank's sandwich combines tender, square cream biscuits that hold up well, flavorful pork shoulder sausage and creamy cheese. He seasons everything throughout the process, including his eggs, and

Fostered Banana Tiramisu

Fostered Banana Tiramisu with Bourbon

Tiramisu has always been one of my favorite desserts and was the first thing I thought of when I saw mascarpone on the ingredient list. I wanted to preserve the traditional appearance of the dessert

pescado en coco

Chef Kelvin's Pescado en Coco

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Potato and Brussels sprouts salad with green apple, bacon and dill

The Ultimate Potato for Potato Salad

Chef Joe always uses fingerling potatoes for potato salad because they're dense, hold their shape and taste good. He cooks Brussels sprouts in the fat from triple-smoked slab bacon before roasting

Churros and horchata

Chef Adrienne Cheatham's Churros and Horchata

You get to know other cultures through food," she explained on an Instagram Live while demonstrating the treats. "Mexican cuisine is so regional and so varied. The south side of Chicago is known for

Risotto with Coffee-Marinated Shiitake Mushrooms

Horseradish Orange Barley Risotto with Coffee-Marinated Shiitake Mushrooms

Confession: I’m in culinary school, but I don’t even know how to make coffee. I don’t drink coffee. Lucky for me, my husband can barely function without his morning mug. For this week’s coffee-focused

Chef Penny's Chai Apple Pie

Chef Penny's Chai Apple Pie

"The secret ingredient in this recipe is caramelized white chocolate," Chef Penny entices. She says the warm and sweet pie with savory and boozy kicks "fires on every note." "If you're going to eat

French bread boule

How to Make a Rustic Boule

Homemade bread typically only has flour, water, salt and yeast, and I love knowing exactly what is in my baked goods. If you can’t find yeast, try working on a sourdough starter! Once the smell of

No-Bake Sweet Salty Chocolate Tart

No-Bake Sweet-Salty Chocolate Tart

When I saw the market basket ingredients, including miso, dates and nut butter, I was immediately inspired to make a sweet and salty dessert. My husband (Mr. B) has a sweet tooth and I have a salty

Spring Gnocchi

Sara Tane's Spring Gnocchi

The key to gnocchi that’s as light as a cloud is getting your potatoes super dry and finely riced. To avoid a gummy, dense gnocchi, try to incorporate as little flour as possible to the dough. Here, I

Vegan Frittata

Chef Palak's Vegan Frittata

To celebrate Earth Day, I made a vegan version of my absolute favorite dish that I loved while traveling around Spain: a Spanish frittata with chickpea flour, loaded with vegetables and Indian spices

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