Here’s a cranberry sauce recipe from our partners at In Good Taste Denver, that takes cranberry beer! Try saying this three times fast: Saison sauce, saison sauce, saison sauce. Better yet, just make it. Here’s a great recipe for a cranberry sauce using Lone Tree Brewing Co.’s seasonal brew, Cranberry Saison. This is the second … More Some Saucy Sauce!
When I was a newlywed, my husband and I grew a garden in the backyard of our first house. Cherry tomatoes and anaheim peppers grew better than anything else. One hot, late summer day, we picked some peppers and tomatoes and took them in the house to try to do something with them for lunch. … More Roasted Chili Breakfast Tacos
To me, the best parts of a BLT sandwich are the bacon, tomato and bread. Sorry, lettuce, you just don’t thrill me. So when a fellow blogger, Lynne Cobb, shared her recipe for “My Super-Awesome Bacon Tart,” which combines those three perfect ingredients, I asked her if I could share the recipe with my E.A.T. … More Bacon Tomato Tart – A Guest Blog
Make this hearty, elegant, delicious pasta recipe once and enjoy it twice, at least. … More Big Batch Bolognese
Chocolate in the morning, chocolate in the evening. Now that’s a good day! Try these two ways to enjoy Nocciolata spread. … More Chocolate Hazelnut Croissant Rolls
I don’t do double crust pies well. I just can’t get them to look nice around the edges, despite trying all the tricks. Then I thought of doing a Galette, a more free-form pie that has a “rustic” look. (I love the word “rustic” because it’s my excuse to be really imperfect and still sound … More Going Free-Form with a Fruit Galette
A couple of years ago, I visited Santa Fe and had corn on the cob prepared in the Mexican tradition, coated with mayonnaise, seasonings and cheese. It was delicious but really messy to eat (or maybe it was just me). Luckily, it’s easier to make (and less messy to eat) with corn that’s already off … More 4-Ingredient Mexican-Style Corn