As the temperature drops, it's smart to blend your leafy greens with something a little more substantial to stave off the cold. Butter beans and pasta are two good options -- you can use rice or quinoa if you're gluten-free, and cannelli or kidney beans are also good substitutes for butter beans. Th ... More >>
Pete Marczyk (who's interviewed in in this chef and tell) and Barbara Macfarlane do not leave their work behind when they leave Marczyk Fine Foods and head for their great old Denver house with the big, new kitchen. They often bring some of their market's choicest ingredients home with them and cook ... More >>
I've never been a meat and potatoes kind of guy. I don't eat much meat for one, and I'm just as content with potatoes being the main course as I'm with their being on the side, if not more so. My buddy Jeff, on the other hand, is that type of guy, not that there's anything wrong with it. I love the ... More >>
Chris CinaIn this week's Chef and Tell interview with Chris Cina, executive chef of Hideaway Steakhouse, the self-described "goof" talks about his biggest cooking disaster (he made a bride spill tears -- but not on purpose); the culinary wizardry of Troy Guard; his addiction to acid; and the ... More >>
Lori MidsonChef Olav Peterson rolls out a summer menu at Bittersweet.Before Olav Peterson and his wife, Melissa, opened Bittersweet in an old remodeled gas station at the very end of December, they flanked the patios with massive planters.
The plan was to grow their own produce and herbs. An ... More >>
J. WohletzChef Andrew Lubatty spreads holiday skills to his students
Chef Andrew Lubatty of Avenue Grill taught last night's "Christmas Morning Breakfast" class at the Seasoned Chef Cooking School, and he was all for using pre-made puff pastry, room-temperature eggs and bacon grease. But he' ... More >>