Legend has it that Brussels sprouts were first grown in Europe. The first official description of them appeared in Belgium in the late 16th century. They made their way to England in the mid-19th century
Weeknight dinners are a breeze when you plan ahead. We’ve picked more than a week’s worth of easy, affordable and delicious meals from Food Network stars that are perfect for chilly winter nights.Weeknight dinners are
Chef Jamie McFadden presents Puttanesca “Starter” Yields Sauce for 1 pound of prepared pasta ½ cup Italian olives, pitted & chopped 1 tsp crushed red pepper ½ cup green olives, chopped 2 tsp black pepper
Fava Bean and White Truffle Ailoi 16 servings This delicious combination is the perfect substitute for the typical butter you serve on your Holiday table and pairs beautifully with Freshly Baked Bread from Olde Hearth!
Caper Tapenade for Lamb 4 servings 1/2 cup flat-leaf parsley leaves, chopped 1/4 cup mint leaves, chopped 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons capers, drained 1/8 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1/2 cup assorted olives
Florida Frog legs, Buffalo Style 4 Servings By Chef Jamie McFadden Marinade Ingredients 8 frog legs 2 cups Milk 2 cups buttermilk 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon coarse black pepper In a medium size bowl
Year after year Central Floridians anticipate the beginning of fall and the slightly cool evening temperatures that accompany. Windows begin to open in the late afternoons, and the thought of “heating up the kitchen again”
It’s been 20 years since Orlando Food Critic Scott Joseph raved about my Maryland Crabcakes at my MiMi’s Cafe in Longwood, Florida. Since then I have been asked two dozen times for this coveted recipe,