TIP OF THE DAY: Shishito Chile (Or Pepper Or Chile Pepper)

Before cooking, bright green. Photo courtesy SpoonForkBacon.com.   The shishito pepper is a relative newcomer to American cuisine. Finger-shaped, slender and sweet (not hot), it is growing in popularity as a snack, blistered on the stove top or grill. The shishito is named after its shape: The tip of the chili pepper was seen to…
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RECIPE: Roasted Beets & Brussels Sprouts

A marriage of two of our favorite fall vegetables with added bacon: What could be better? This side dish can take a place on your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner tables, or be served as part of a weekday dinner. The recipe is from the new Paleo Takes 5—Or Fewer cookbook, which focuses on recipes with…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Spray-On Garlic

It’s National Garlic Day, so our tip is: Try this wonderful spray-on garlic juice from Garlic Valley Farms. It brings the flavor of fresh or roasted garlic to anything from salads and pasta to veggies, fish and meats. Spritz away! You might be suspicious of garlic in spray form, but this product rocks. There are…
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COOKING VIDEO: How To Roast Marrow Bones

  This week, everyone’s focused on the turkey. But let us present a crowd pleaser that you can whip up in a jiffy when the turkey’s gone: roast marrow bones. Marrow bones, you say? Aren’t they a treat for the dog? Lucky dogs and lucky humans both eat marrow bones. Humans cook them first, and…
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