Anthony Bourdain’s roasted cauliflower with sesame is the cauliflower recipe of all recipes. It’s so delicious that I could compulsively eat it all.
Unlike a former President we love Brussels Sprouts. I like ’em boiled, steamed and even raw, but my favorite is roasted with sweet-hot honey sriracha sauce.
Asparagus with hollandaise sauce is as classic a vegetable dish you can make. It’s the king of green vegetables.
Watch out Smith and Wollensky, Cattlemen’s and Del Frisco’s, home made steakhouse mushrooms are here! Now anyone can scratch this itch at home!
The first time I served the world’s best mashed potatoes, my daughter-in-law said, “throw away every other recipe, these are the best I have ever eaten.”
Mayan lima beans are my favorite way to eat them. Searing to cook them preserves all their natural flavor for the best lima beans ever.
Forbidden rice is an ancient strain that originated 10,000 years ago in a remote China province. Emperors kept it for their own use and the black grains that turn deep royal purple when cooked were forbidden for consumption by their subjects.
Asparagus can be the most delicious of the vegetable kingdom. It can also be the most bedeviling of all vegetables.
Potato salad. Is there a more iconic picnic dish on the planet? I can’t remember my first taste. Like gravity, potato salad has been here since… the beginning of time.
Fried squash is a family heirloom recipe from my late mother-in-law. It’s simplicity is it’s strength. Nothing fancy and only a handful of ingredients. If you could only have squash one way for the rest of your life, this is it.