With the snow keeping so many of us home, some comfort food is in order.
Broccoli wasn’t commercially harvested in the U.S. until the late 1920s.
One good bird deserves another.
Splitting Cornish hens in half might make for awfully small servings.
Like yogurt, sour cream makes an excellent marinade.
I could tell you I haven’t been singing “Secret Aaaaaagent Ham!” while retyping this.
A dish unknown in Italy (and increasingly forgotten domestically).
Believe it or not, supreme sauce is actually a specific, classical sauce.
You rarely hear about pork steaks, anymore.
This and a beer and I’m happy.
Pork chops with a Louisiana twist.