Hope you will check out the first podcast of "Milk Street Radio" with Chris Kimball and me.
On November 19th, I will be teaching at the Lake Austin Spa Resort in Austin, Texas.
On October 28th I will be at Creative Kitchen in Fargo, North Dakota for a Cooking Class.
October 29th, 11am - 1pm, I will do a Demo and Book Signing in the West Acres Mall in Fargo.
On November 4th I will be teaching at the Kitchen Shoppe in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
I will teach an 11 am Class on November 5th at The Kitchen Shoppe in Carlisle, PA.
On November 8th, I will teach a class at The Cook’s Warehouse in Atlanta, Georgia.
Here's the schedule for my “Home Cooking 101”/ Chantal Cookware book tour.
When I am teaching classes across the country people tell me that breakfast is their favorite meal. On a busy night, I keep that in mind and serve Breakfast for Dinner.
Fresh Ginger Gingerbread
When I was asked to make dessert for a large fund-raising event my good friend and mentor Jean Anderson gave me her recipe for this fresh ginger gingerbread. It is simple to make, very tasty, easy to carry and serve, and was a smash hit.
Roasted Butternut Squash Lasagna
This is a delicious alternative to the classic meat-and-tomato-sauce lasagne. Roasting the squash caramelizes it and concentrates the flavor.
Made with ground dried chickpeas or fava beans, falafel are hot, peppery, meaty, inexpensive, and satisfying – a handy little meal in a pita pocket. This version is both quick to make and less caloric than the standard recipe…but no less lovable.
White Chicken Chili
There is one good reason—other than chicken and chilies—why I love the white chicken chili on the menu at the burrito palace in our neighborhood: sour cream. However, my version of this quick-to-make home version is delicious unadorned.
Asian Green Beans and Pork
I have always loved the original version of this Chinese dish when I was served it but wanted to lighten it up a bit by broiling rather than deep-frying the beans.
Portobello Burgers with Red Pepper and Gorgonzola
I enjoy creating vegetable main dishes for my cookbooks. These Portobello Burgers feature a marinated and grilled Portobello mushroom cap filled with melted Gorgonzola, roasted peppers, and mayo.
Sofrito Clams or Mussels with Prosciutto
I was in Portugal with Jean Anderson when I first tasted the brilliant Portuguese pairing of clams and pork. The sofrito is a vegetable and herb mixture that our housekeeper, Magda Alcayaga often makes.
Nectarine and Plum Upside-down Cake
When fresh stone fruit are in season there’s no better time to try this easy summer dessert. You could use all nectarines, all plums, or throw peaches into the mix.
Stuffed Zucchini Greek Style
A mix of wonderful Mediterranean ingredients (ground lamb, olives, cheese, and tomatoes) fills this sun-ripened zucchoni. A great dish for entertaining, you can prepare it ahead through stuffing, then finish and bake just before serving.
Slow-roasted Baby Back Ribs
One of my all-time favorite trips for “Cooking Live” was to Memphis to cover the annual barbecue cook-off there. If I’d never understood it before, I do now. Barbecuing, done right, is clearly an art that takes years to perfect.
In “Sara Moulton Cooks at Home” I included “four quick chicken recipes” that all start with the same easy prep and become entirely different entrees once the sauce ingredients are added. This is one of them.
Indonesian-Style Chicken with Spicy Peanut Sauce
This is a great weeknight recipe for the whole family. Chicken thighs should be more popular. The meat is much more flavorful than the white meat and almost always cooks up moist.
"Home Cooking 101" right on trend as the New York Times shows more home-cooked meals in America.A recent New York Times article documents Americans preparing more meals at home and purchasing fewer commercially-prepared meals.
How do you cook a pumpkin?Pumpkins just arrived in Farmers' Markets and roadside stands; they are beautiful in windows and on front porches, make great Jack-O-Lanterns, but how do you cook them?
Our Anniversary Viking Cruise on the Rhone RiverThis Cruise was the perfect way for The Husband and me to celebrate our 35th Anniversary. Travel along right here.
How can I tell that I am buying real Parmigiano-Reggiano?Parmesan cheese is available everywhere, but only cheese made in a special area of Italy is the traditional Parmigiano-Reggiano. Here's how you can tell.
What can you make with the green tomatoes you will soon harvest?It's almost time to harvest your green tomatoes before a frost arrives. Here are some ways to enjoy them.
What should you have in a well-stocked pantry?I am often asked this question when I am teaching and always include a pantry section in my books. Here's my well-stocked pantry.
What are some good ways cook kale?These days we think of kale and we think salad, but this traditional fall vegetable is just as delicious cooked.
What is the difference between baking powder and baking soda?Many bakers aren't quite sure about the difference between baking powder and baking soda. Here's the story.
Can you give me an easy, all-purpose salad dressing recipe?I frequently get requests for a good all-purpose salad dressing recipe. Here's my favorite.
What is the easiest way to roast peppers?There are a number of ways to roast peppers; all are easy but this is my favorite.
What is Farro and how do you cook it?This ancient grain is becoming a favorite on menus across the country.
What is the best way to melt chocolate?Here's how to get perfectly smooth melted chocolate safely.