Food Recipes

Guacamole Dos Amigos

In Food Recipes By Lisë Stern / April 2017

This recipe makes a generous amount of guacamole—great for a party. Serve with tortilla chips.

Barley House Hummus

In Food Recipes By Lisë Stern / April 2017

If you have a food processor, all ingredients can be combined (depending on the size of your food processor do this in batches) until smooth. The beans can also be ground with a masher, with the other ingredients incorporated afterward. Using a blender is not recommended. For flavor variations, you can add roasted red peppers, roasted garlic, tahini, olives, or herbs.

21st-Century Apple and Onion Pie

In Food Recipes By Lisë Stern / April 2017

This is a modernized version of English cookery expert Hannah Glasse’s recipe published in 1747 in The Art of Cookery, Made Plain and Easy.

Thai Ginger Noodles from Green Elephant

In Food Recipes By Lisë Stern / April 2017

Brightly colored vegetables make this a beautiful dish. Chow fun noodles can be found at Asian markets.

The Farm Bar & Grille Crab Cakes

In Food Recipes By Lisë Stern / April 2017

The Bar & Grille serves these Maryland-style crab cakes with a spicy aioli sauce.

DIY Honey, Bourbon, and Black Tea Bacon

In Food Recipes By Lisë Stern / April 2017

James Burnham, sous chef at Mombo in Portsmouth, is in charge of the award-winning charcuterie program. Making bacon safely at home requires curing salt, also known as Pink Salt or Prague Powder#1, a mixture of table salt and sodium nitrite, which inhibits the growth of bacteria and prevent botulism. Curing salt is not meant to be consumed directly or substituted for any other kind of salt in any recipe. (It is very different from Himalayan pink salt, which won’t work in curing.) Curing salts can be purchased in specialty food shops and online and should be stored separately from all other kitchen salts.

Keftedes

In Food Recipes By Lisë Stern / March 2017

These Greek meatballs are infused with a variety of herbs. Serve by themselves or with a side of rice.