What’s for dinner?
Take two minutes out of your day to learn something new and be inspired to answer the most important question you face every day, “What’s for dinner?”!
Listen to Chef Sandra Lewis’ “A Savory Moment” for kitchen tips and tricks, fun stories, interesting food facts, and recipes.
Fill up here to fuel your journey as you engage in the most important activity in life – cooking, and more importantly, sharing the table with family and friends.
Research shows that people who cook and spend time at the table are healthier and happier at home and work.
Cook for health. Share the table for community.
Simmer this easily assembled beef and beer stew in the oven, on the stovetop, or in your crockpot. Serve it with crusty bread or cornbread.
Even though often under appreciated, the lowly onion offers big flavor, play a major role in most every cuisine, and have a long history with mankind.
Auld Lang Syne: It’s not just for New Year’s Eve. Connect the sweet memories of your past with your hopes for tomorrow by spending time at the table today.
Whatever the occasion, this gingerbread cake will make you want to do a little dance. Pull it together in minutes and enjoy it any time of the year.
The history of gingerbread is both legend and lore, and a delicious one at that. You’ll want to run straight for this story with a cup of coffee in hand.
This Sweet Potato and Poblano Gratin will delight your family and friends. It’s time to embrace this reimagining of the ooey gooey sweet potato casserole.
Ever feel confused by the signs at the grocery store that advertise sweet potatoes and yams? Learn the differences and know for sure what’s on your plate!
Step out of the everyday mundane salad with this delightful turkey, apple, and pear salad. It’s a delicious way to use leftover turkey or chicken!
It’s time to give pears their rightful place at the table. Often overlooked for other fruit, once you understand this delectable fruit there is no equal.
Make it your mission to give this broccoli cream soup a place on your menu this week. It’s delicious, simple to make, and will make your tastebuds dance.