Month: November 2020

Single Serving Turducken Ballotines

Single Serving Turducken Ballotines

What is Thanksgiving but a day to be an unapologetic glutton. And the most gluttonous of Thanksgiving traditions would have to be the Turducken. For those that haven’t heard of this monstrosity before here goes an explanation. A duck, stuffed inside the cavity of a 

Cilantro Lime Quinoa

Cilantro Lime Quinoa

So Thanksgiving is coming up and many people are looking for new and fresh side dish ideas. Just kidding, stick with the standards that everyone already knows and loves. While this cilantro lime quinoa is delicious and healthy, keep it in bowls and not as 

Baking Powder Chicken Wings

Baking Powder Chicken Wings

If you’ve always wanted to know how to get the crispiest baked chicken wings possible, the answer is simple. Baking Powder. Now, you don’t need a lot, but a little goes a long way. You’ll be left with the crispiest chicken wings you’ve ever had 

Easy Mini Pavlova

Easy Mini Pavlova

For the longest time I thought that Pavlova was a classic Russian dessert. It turns out it comes from the complete other side of the world: Australia. Originally named after a Russian ballerina, the dessert was created to honor a visit to Australia and New 

Braised Rabbit Leg In Cream Sauce

Braised Rabbit Leg In Cream Sauce

I’ve said time and again that rabbit is one of my favorite meats to cook. I’ve even written a guide on how to break down a rabbit for those intimidated by it. And out of all the rabbit parts, the hind legs are the best. 

Malfy Summer Fizz

Malfy Summer Fizz

It may be November, but I just picked up a bottle of this Malfy Gin Rosa and it immediately reminded me of summer. So I decided to craft a Malfy summer style fizz using this gin. With hints of grapefruit (okay maybe more than hints) 

Pine Syrup Baked Apples

Pine Syrup Baked Apples

One of the easiest ways to prepare apples is to bake them. It’s like an apple pie without all the work. You can dress them in something sweet for a dessert, or with autumnal spices like cardamom and cinnamon for a great pairing with pork. 

Rabbit Ragu With Mafaldine Pasta

Rabbit Ragu With Mafaldine Pasta

Rabbit Ragu is one of the best ways to make the most out of a whole rabbit. Whether you like to hunt, or your butcher just had a great deal on rabbits, chances are you will have to buy the animal whole. I’ve already written 

Sausage And Mushroom Rotini

Sausage And Mushroom Rotini

Making pasta is a great way to fill up, and an easy way at that. While I normally prefer to hand make pasta for stuffed or thick styles, sometimes store-bought pasta just does the trick. This sausage and mushroom rotini is a dish I made 

How To Break Down A Rabbit

How To Break Down A Rabbit

Rabbit is one of my favorite ingredients to cook with. However many people get intimidated by them since they are usually sold whole. This means a little bit of know how since you’ll have to break down a rabbit at home. Well, unless you have