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Holiday Traditions: Treat your taste buds to something tasty

By Jeff Pitts   Do you need a restaurant that is open on the holidays? Or are you looking for the perfect pie to take over the river and through the woods while being a guest at someone’s holiday feast? Or maybe you’re after something you can only find during food’s favorite time of year? […]

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Chicken Parmesan satisfies

    By Meghan Johnson   Chicken Parmesan — or chicken Parmigiana — is a classic Italian-American dish. The breaded chicken breast with tomato sauce, three cheeses and sometimes topped with ham or bacon is a wonderful entrée. The ingredients make the dish seem like traditional Italian fare, but its origins are from here in […]

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THE ENTREE – The perfect pairing

By Meghan Johnson Quiche is known as a classic French cuisine but could date back to English cuisine of the 14th century, depending on your definition of classic dish. Three main ingredients make up a quiche: a pie shell, cheese and custard. From there, it’s all about personal taste; from meat to seafood to vegetables, […]

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THE ENTREE – A cut above the rest

By Eleni Upah Every carnivorous human has a preference when it comes to steak. Boneless or bone-in, rare or well-done, lean or fatty. There are those who have a favorite steak sauce and those who say adding sauce is blasphemous to the meat’s purity. Some people prefer to grill their own steaks, insisting no one […]

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THE ENTREE – Classic and versatile

By Eleni Upah Everyone has a preference when it comes to grilling. Rare or medium-well. Hamburger or hot dog. Chicken or steak. There’s something for everyone, but perhaps nothing is quite so universal as a juicy piece of grilled chicken. Chicken’s versatility as a mealtime staple makes it the perfect option for parties, barbecues and […]

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