A great stew is served up with a wonderful story about its origins. This is one of my favorite kinds of recipes. There’s a story attached to it that’s as interesting as the stew itself. Cuba’s national dish translates to “Old Clothes”– about as unappetizing […]
Category: Slow Cooker Recipes
Our New York City kitchen is only slightly larger than a bread box but certainly not large enough to store a slow cooker. So I keep ours in Bridgehampton. Not that I am a particular fan of the slow cooker. The idea of having to […]
Soup Making two ways….in a Rival crockpot and In the Cuisinart Blend and Cook Soupmaker and a recipe for really good tomato soup.
Can you guess which machine made this soup? The weather this winter has yet to cooperate. It has been so consistently mild that the warming pleasures of a bowl of homemade soup have almost seemed out of place. Not that I don’t appreciate not having […]