Cooking with Tofu
Tofu’s greatest asset is its ability to disguise itself and take on the flavor of whatever it’s combined with.
Lowcountry Chicken and Rice
You may know this simple dish as chicken and rice, but in the Carolina and Georgia Lowcountry, Pilau is a defining element of the region’s cuisine.
Cooking with Miso
Think of it as peanut butter, albeit a salty, pungent peanut butter made from soybeans instead of peanuts. Miso, pronounced MEE-soh, is fermented soybean paste....
Senate Bean Soup
Add a handful of leafy green vegetables to traditional bean soup for a boost of magnesium and Vitamins A and C.
A Classic for Supper: Chicken Spaghetti
A hard-working recipe of chicken and spaghetti is great for a special weekend meal.
Low Country Shrimp and Corn Pudding
In the Carolina and Georgia Lowcountry, corn comes into season just as the region's tidal inlets are teeming with tiny, intensely sweet shrimp.
Fun Tailgating Tips
Move beyond paper plates and plastic utensils and dress up your tailgating table with these fun tips.
Panini—the power of these wonderful sandwiches. They’re crunchy and toasty on the outside and warm and gooey on the inside—like the Portobello and Fontina Panini...
Green Tomatoes—Fried and Otherwise
If you're a home gardener, the first forecast of frost will send you out to pick all the green tomatoes you can.