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A perfect substitute for the more traditional brown bread, this goes especially well with baked...
For her baking, Millie prefers to use King Arthur or another unbleached white flour, and she stirs...
The dough for these buttery and beautifully formed rolls will keep in the refrigerator for up to a ...
A marvelous bread – slightly sweet with a fragrant hint of orange. Makes excellent sandwiches.
One you start eating, you can't stop!
If your family needs a little encouragement to eat salads, this will help.
It is important to use the highly acid wine vinegar/or this sweet berry vinegar because it becomes...
For extra bite, add one seeded hot red pepper.
A good way to use excess cucumbers without heating up the kitchen.
A pleasant change from the baked potato-mashed potato routine.
Another good change-of-pace hors d’oeuvre – and an easy one to prepare. The mint reveals its...
When Tammy Reiss makes this recipe, she always uses homemade tomato puree. Here is how she makes...
Chef Bill Poirer of Boston’s Sonsie restaurant is known for his fresh takes on classic cuisine and...
This old recipe for head cheese makes an excellent spread for sandwiches or crackers.
This rice has a lovely delicate flavor, made all the nicer with the addition of the crunchy walnuts...
Granola has become a favorite breakfast cereal, but it can be high in fat. This doesn't mean you...
This sinfully delicious recipe is extremely easy to make and a great snack for the whole family....
This dip is really a delightful garlicky hummus. Augmented with other goodies – tomatoes, cucumbers...
This holiday drink, a variation on eggnog made with brandy, was first invented by a British...
This refreshing late-1800s cocktail from Old New York is a perfect summer sipper for a group.
Fresh tomatoes and herbs create a moist quick bread reminiscent of summer. For more great herb...
Tired of making tomato sauce? Here’s a recipe for a wonderful jam.
To make these or any jars glisten, add 1 cup of vinegar to a deep pot of boiling water and dip each...
Serve this in mugs as a beverage or in small chowder bowls, sprinkled with snipped parsley and...
“About five years ago, I put on a luncheon for the PTA. and made tostados. I figured on two...
For centuries, going back to Anglo-Saxon times, holiday revelers have wished each other “Wes hal...
Dress a turnip up like this and you can take it anywhere.
1983 Second Prize
This is named after Andy's former barbecue team, the UFO Social Club, which took its name from...
You can add chutney, curry, chopped cucumber or chopped egg to this.
This is one of the easiest recipes you'll ever make. But put it together at least four hours...
Charlie created this recipe at home with Sherry and tried it on his friends at the nursing home. It...
Place dip in a small bowl in the center of a platter and arrange vegetables around it.
Verna says this is “good with roast beef or almost anything.” She likes it spicy, so hold back on...
Use it on jellied meats and poultry as well as salads.
This delicious hot cider drink has its roots in an ancient British tradition of toasting to the...
Adds “zing” to a meat or vegetable pie.
The wheat germ makes them better – and different.
A very fine-textured, high-rising bread.
Juris uses White Swan unbleached commercial flour. Because he bakes in such large quantities, he...
Kate doesn’t measure her bread flour precisely because, as she says, the mix varies with the...
Another winner, and again, easy to make. The large yield provides enough to freeze some for later ...
Serve with chocolate cake or ice cream. Simply delicious!
Juris also buys whole wheat flour in commercial quantities, plus a high-gluten flour that he adds...
Rich and wholesome – the kind of bread that warms the heart of the health food fan.

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