Dinner is in the pan with my easy-to-make Dinner Pies – savory meat and vegetables enclosed in a hearty crust. This week, on Episode 416: Savory Dinner Pie, we’ve got BLT Pie, a twist on the popular sandwich, plus, use my speedy Pizza Dough recipe or store bought dough for a satisfying Broccoli Calzone. Find out where and when Sara’s Weeknight Meals… is airing near you. Here is a list of the stations where you’ll find it.
Tune in as I make pie for dinner this week on Sara’s Weeknight Meals.
On this week’s show, I’ll help you give Mom a day off!
Give Mom a break for a day with my easy but elegant recipes. Episode 415: Mom’s Day Off, gives you step-by-step instructions even cooking novices (like Dad and the kids) can master in a snap. You can make my clever Cheese Sandwich Soufflé or glazed individual Meatloaf Burgers – both very easy for a non cook to master. Follow either entree with my spectacular Stuffed Strawberries for a meal to remember. Find out where and when Sara’s Weeknight Meals… is
Cinnamon Snail chef, Adam Sobel, has just come out with a cookbook!
Adam Sobel, the vegan chef who was a guest on Episode 404 of Sara’s Weeknight Meals, has just released a cookbook, Street Vegan: Recipes and Dispatches from the Cinnamon Snail Food Truck…! The Cinnamon Snail, the country’s first organic vegan food truck, can currently be found at the Red Bank and Jersey City Farmer’s Markets in New Jersey, the Seed in Manhattan, and the Vegan Shop-up in Brooklyn, just look for the very long line of customers waiting
This week I’m Cooking Italian with Joey Campanaro.
Chef Joey Campanaro has such a cult following in New York City that it’s impossible to get seats in his restaurant, the Little Owl. Lucky for us, he’s showing us how to make those prized dishes at home. In Episode 414: Italian with Joey Campanaro, we make his easy Salad Dressing Chicken with Escarole and Bean Salad, then Grilled Scallion Dijon Lamb Chops with Parmesan, Watercress, and Pickled Onion Salad. Find out where and when Sara’s Weeknight Meals… is airing
Here’s where to find my giant bench scraper.
Each time I use my special extra-large bench scraper on the show I get many e-mails from viewers who would like to have one. My search for a source was unsuccessful until I found out that I was looking for it by the wrong name. So here’s the scoop. My giant bench scraper (aka Cake Lifter) is made by Wilton and is available on their web site as well as where ever cake decorating supplies are sold.…
Here is where you’ll find the recipe I made on The Chew.
I was on ABC’s The Chew on Monday May 11th, making Salami and Provolone Stuffed Pork Loin with Broccoli Rabe and reminiscing about the early days on the Food Network with Clinton Kelly and the Chew crew. What a nice bunch of people! Here is a link to the video; here is the recipe.…
In this week’s show, I turn low-cost ingredients into impressive weeknight meals.
Spending less doesn’t mean less flavor or less healthy. In Episode 412: Budget Stretchers, I share tricks for using inexpensive ingredients in big ways to create delicious meals like a Rustic Greens and Potato Pie and my tasty Italian Onion Soup with a poached egg floating on the top plus a Grilled Radicchio Salad. Find out where and when Sara’s Weeknight Meals… is airing near you. Here is a list of the stations where you’ll find it.
This week, Michele Scicolone takes your slow cooker international.
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Michele Scicolone, author of The Italian Slow Cooker, The French Slow Cooker, and The Mediterranean Slow Cooker…, has elevated the humble slow cooker to an instrument of high art. This week, in Episode 411: Slow Cooker Meals with Michele Scicolone, she will introduce us to two of her best recipes – An Italian Pork Ragu with Broken Lasagne and a Moroccan Spicy Meatball Tagine with Couscous. She will also share tips about how to get the
My show has been nominated for a James Beard Foundation Award.
The nominees for the 25th Annual James Beard Foundation Awards were just announced at the James Beard House in New York City and I have been nominated in the Broadcast Media: Television Program, In Studio or Fixed Location category. The awards will be presented on Friday, April 24th at Pier Sixty in Chelsea Piers in New York. Go to www.jamesbeard.org/awards for more information. …
On May 30th and 31st, you’ll find me at the Wine and Food Festival of New Paltz.
On the last weekend of May, I will be at the International Wine Masters’ Wine and Food Festival of New Paltz. The Festival will be held at the Mohonk Mountain House, 1000 Mountain Road in New Paltz, NY from May 29th to 31st. I will be doing a demo on Saturday at 5:15 pm and a talk on Sunday at 1 pm. Festival packages including accommodations are available now from the Mohonk Mountain House; call 855-801-8250 or go to Mohonk …
Need some vegetable-rich main dishes? Check out my Veggie Entrée Collection.
Spring is in the air and spring holidays are almost here. Each year at this time I receive lots of requests for hearty, healthy vegetable entrées that will satisfy active families. My web site has always been an excellent source for easy and delicious vegetarian entrées and now I have selected a variety of them for my Veggie Entrée Collection. Please take a look! Baked Orzo and Cheese (recipe) Black-eyed Pea Cakes with Salsa Mayonnaise (recipe) Chopped Salad with Feta,…
Check out my segment from the Rachael Ray show!
On March 6th I was on the Rachael Ray show giving pointers about how to get more bang for your buck when you dine out, and also revealing a few tricks to make restaurant quality food at home (at one tenth the price). Here’s what I had to say.…
Cooking questions? Go to my new “Sara’s Weeknight Meals” You Tube site.
Now you can find answers to some of your toughest cooking questions all at one place, my ”Sara’sWeeknight Meals” You Tube site. Here is the link. This collection of my videos will give you step-by-step directions on How to Carve a Bird, How to Season a Wok, How to Make Hot Chocolate Mix, Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes, How to Store Produce, Pie Crust for the Pastry Impaired, How to Wash a Leek, How to make Broth, Make Ahead Gravy, Kids…
Join me on Monday, March 9 at the NY Restaurant Show!
On Monday, March 9, from 12:30 to 1:30 pm, you’ll find me at the Culinary Demonstration Theater (Booth 2267) of the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York. The theater (AKA the Food Trends Demonstration Theater) is an educational, interactive and entertaining area for restaurant and foodservice professionals attending the show. I will discuss my career with Ferdinand Metz, Certified Master Chef and do a demonstration followed by a question and answer period and book signing. The Show runs…
Mardi Gras Recipe Collection
Mardi Gras is all about good food and you can make it a celebration no matter where you are. Each year at this time I pull out some of my favorite Creole- and Cajun-inspired recipes and head for the kitchen. Here’s my Mardi Gras Recipe Collection: Cheatin’ Jambalaya (recipe) Red Beans and Rice Soup (recipe) Blackened Fish (recipe) Pulled Chicken Barbecue on Beer Bread (recipe) Smoked Chicken or Turkey Salad (recipe) Turkey Burgers with Tomato Corn Salsa (recipe) Creole Spice…