Want to throw a super-awesome Cinco de Mayo party? Whether you go with corn or flour, making tortillas from scratch will take your Cinco de Mayo spread to a whole other level.
Photo credit: Evan Sung Roasting a whole suckling pig at home might be more trouble than it’s worth , but here’s a suggestion: Opting only for the head provides a challenge that’s a touch more reasonable. An entire pig may not fit in a frying pan, but a head will! Not that roasting a whole suckling pig head is a walk in the park. A recipe from chef Marc Forgione’s forthcoming eponymous cookbook, whichhits shelves April 29, requires a) rubbing the head with spices and letting it sit in the fridge overnight, b) at least five hours of your time, and c) the execution of several recipes-within-recipes.
Today: Emma Gardner from Poires au Chocolat is sharing a pastry recipe with a twist — literally. Kringel is an Estonian pastry flavored with cardamon and cinnamon that is baked for birthdays and celebrations.
Saturday mornings are for leisurely meals—those made while dancing to some sick tunes. Enter: Brunch Beats. Photo credit: Courtesy Martha Stewart Granola is easy to make. This granola is easier to make than most.
This year, consider making hoecakes instead of cherry pie to honor George Washington’s birthday. Our first president’s association with these cornmeal cakes makes them a more appropriate tribute, since the tale of his chopping down a cherry tree was, in fact, fabricated by an early biographer.