Tips for Preserving Food
Daniel Gasteiger literally wrote the book (well, he wrote a book) on preserving food: "Yes, You Can! And Freeze And Dry it, Too." He is a man possessed (possibly even obsessed) with growing and "putting up" fresh produce -- and he wants to help you succeed, too.[continue reading...]
We're able to enjoy the season's freshest picks year round thanks to the art of food preservation. And a book to help you with the basics is "Yes, You Can! And Freeze and Dry It, Too," by Daniel Gasteiger of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.Tea Time in Texas (podcast)
If you never got enough of "dress up" -- or never got a chance -- and wished you'd been around during a time when tea meant a time of day as well as a warm, sweet, and milky beverage...you're in luck.The Glory of Cheeses (podcast)
Artisan cheese is one of those amazing agricultural products that can be paired with everything from meats to sweets making all of it taste better.Barbecue and Rosés (podcast)
As we march toward summer we'll see more and more backyard grillers mixing up batches of their super secret barbecue sauces, and lovingly apply them to their proteins of choice, making savory magic. And what's the best thing to drink with that BBQ. In this case it is wine. Rosé wine. Don't be scared.
Making jelly is usually one of the first items people new to food preservation undertake. But once you have a pantry full of jellies and jams -- then what? If you're Daniel Gasteiger, author of Yes, You Can! And Freeze and Dry It, Too -- you make cookies.Tea Time Recipes
No tea party is complete without a few treats. Here you will find recipes for scones, cucumber sandwiches and a Royal Victoria Sponge Cake.Cheddar Cheese Soup
For cheese-loving food enthusiasts few things are more comforting or warming on a chilly winter's day than a bowl of cheese soup.Miss Jane’s Chicken Roasted with Garlic and Lemon
This is a delicious, light and healthy lunch or dinner….add some bread, rice, or potatoes and you are set! I like recipes like this that I can prepare the night ahead and then just pop in the oven after a long day’s work.