Posted by Allison Malec on July 30th, 2013
A great, classic cornbread recipe is something every home cook should master. This version is quite simple and takes only about 5 minutes to prepare. The presentation in a skillet is something that is so effortlessly chic, too.
Posted by Allison Malec on February 10th, 2013
Wondering what to make for your lemon-loving Valentine? Look no further. These Shaker Lemon Tartlets from Martha’s American Food are a real treat for anyone who loves a sweet & tart lemon dessert. They look beautiful enough to be sold in a bakery, but are easy enough to make in a home kitchen. The lemon slices on top make these tartlets really picture-perfect. Pucker up!
Posted by Allison Malec on May 18th, 2012
Martha’s American Food takes readers through a culinary America, and she provides recipes from the highlights of each region. When I stumbled upon this simple recipe for Tamale Pie (from the Southwest), a dish I have always wanted to make, I knew immediately what to cook for my friends for dinner on Friday.
Posted by Anna Mintz on May 10th, 2012
Wedding season is gearing up, and last weekend I traveled to upstate New York to attend not one, but two bridal showers! As an added bonus, my parents gave me free rein in their kitchen on Sunday night (and even did the dishes – best parents ever). I wanted to try a recipe that I wouldn’t necessarily be able to do justice at home in my tiny Brooklyn kitchen, and Martha Stewart’s Tequila Grilled Shrimp, from the Southwest section of her new book, Martha’s American Food (Clarkson Potter, April 2012) seemed like a perfect choice.
Posted by Anna Mintz on April 24th, 2012
In her newest cookbook, Martha’s American Food (Clarkson Potter, April 2012), Martha Stewart celebrates America and its diversity of food with 200 recipes that represent the very best of the country’s flavors. Today, we bring you her recipe for Skillet Cornbread from the Southwest.