Calling all New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut cooks! I'm casting for Series 6 of my show.
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I will be teaching at Cooks’Wares in Cincinnati, Ohio from 6 to 9 pm on September 20th.
I will be at Cooks'Wares in Springboro, Ohio on September 21st to teach a Cooking Class.
September 22nd, I will be at The Cook’s Shop in Marietta, Ohio for a Book Signing and Class.
I'll be at The Cook’s Shop in Marietta, Ohio September 23rd for a Book Signing and Class.
I will be teaching a Cooking Class on September 24th at Today’s Kitchen Store in Wooster, Ohio.
Here's the schedule for my “Home Cooking 101”/ Chantal Cookware book tour.
This user-friendly pie crust will make it easy to take advantage of all the summer fruit on the market and create a special dessert or turn your vegetable harvest into a savory main dish pie.
Andrea's berry Crumble
This delicious dessert works equally well using blackberries, raspberries, blueberries or a mixture. It was inspired by a dessert Andrea Hagan, who helped with the testing of Sara Moulton Cooks at Home, enjoyed in England
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.
This dish is best when the tomato season is at its height. As with almost any recipe featuring tomatoes, I pre-salt them to remove their excess liquid and concentrate their flavor.
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.
Perfect for the season, this salad features three of the shining stars of summer—corn, tomatoes, and basil. It’s great for entertaining as all the parts can be prepared ahead of time and tossed together at the last minute.
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.
Radish and Orange Salad with Peppery Orange Dressing
Radishes just don’t get enough love; I have no idea why. They are peppery and sweet, crunchy and refreshing. Add oranges, arugula, and olives for a great salad.
Corn and Jalapeño Cakes with Goat Cheese
These tomato and goat cheese topped corn cakes are so hearty they remind me of a burger. The fresher the corn the tastier they will be as the minute you pick corn its sugar starts to turn to starch.
How do you buy and prepare Octopus?Grilled Octopus is a restaurant favorite; here are some tops for making it at home.
What are some snacks to make at home that are low in salt, sugar, and fat?Here are some tips for reducing the amount of salt, sugar, and fat your family eats.
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.
How do you know which potato variety to use in a recipe?There are many varieties of potato but one easy rule for deciding which to buy for the recipe you want to make.
Do the crumbs fall off your fried chicken as it cooks?I share some tips to prevent that from happening.
The Perfect ApronOne of the questions Sara is most often asked.
Chicken StockI always recommend using homemade chicken broth if you have it. Here’s how to make it.