Thanksgiving: Star ingredients, how to cook a turkey, side dishes & techniques... this is a resource guide!
Yes, You Can Make Homemade Mayonnaise! It might seem intimidating to make mayonnaise at home, but why? Is it because you’re emulsifying liquids and oil and you’re unsure of the science behind why it works? Maybe it’s because mayonnaise is one of those quintessentially
or: How to Be the Best BBQ Friend This is the companion guide to the MilkRun Barbecue Party Pack, which consists of bratwursts, all beef hot dogs, pork tenderloin, bone-in ribeye, and burger patties (that have bacon and cheese ground into them — holy moly). Wanna know why
For most of human history, food was, by most measure, bland. And that’s especially true by today’s standards. But today, we have easy access to fresh spices and tantalizing foods like horseradish, as well as the knowledge of how to easily prepare and use them at home.
Ancient Grains Are Never Out of Style Grains, also called cereals, are the harvested seeds of grasses. This includes everything we can harvest out of the 9 cereal categories: teff, rice, oat, barley, sorghum, maize (corn), rye, millet and wheat. When we talk about grains, we
Ramps are a true sign that Spring is here. For those of you that don’t know, ramps are a North American species of wild onion that grow widespread across eastern Canada and the eastern United States. Their season is short, so pickling and preserving is a great way to
This week as we were pulling the last of the tomatoes out of garden to prepare the beds for winter cover crop we had excess green tomatoes and were reminded of this recipe, making sure we could enjoy the tomatoes this winter. PICKLED GREEN TOMATOES Ingredients 5 lbs green