appetizers

John Egerton's Ham Pâté On Beaten Biscuits Recipe

Country ham and biscuits like you've never had
Dec 18, 2014 12:00 pm
county ham pate on biscuits
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We sat in on a cooking lesson led by Nashville chef Tyler Brown of The Capitol Grille and moderated by the great John T. Edge. Country ham and biscuits were destined to make an appearance, but Brown's dish, inspired by renowned journalist and Southern food specialist John Egerton, turns a staple dish into a party-friendly canapé.

Leeks With Spicy Pollen Breadcrumbs Recipe

Silky braised leeks pack a fragrant crunch
Dec 3, 2014 12:00 pm

London-based writer and cookbook author Hattie Ellis' new book, Honey, sweeps the globe to find the best recipes starring sweet, natural honey. From sweet to savory, appetizer to dessert, if you're a fan of this versatile sweetener, she has a recipe for you. Enhance these delicious seasonal leeks with two kinds of bee product for a standout vegetarian dish that needs nothing else.

Thanksgiving Practice Round: Appetizers

Master these great Thanksgiving appetizers now
Nov 19, 2014 11:00 am

We're all eager to get to the main course, okay? We thought about turkey on the long journey to your house, stuffing at the wine shop, pumpkin pie while were pulling into the driveway, but we're not quite there yet. Don't just dive into your Thanksgiving feast like a barbarian, start it off in a civilized and delicious manner with any of our excellent appetizer recipes. 

Ottolenghi-Style: Sweet And Sour Leeks With Goat Curd Recipe

A flavorful vegetarian leek recipe from a master
Nov 17, 2014 12:00 pm
ottolenghi leek recipe

You've been waiting for the sequel, we've been waiting for the sequel — everyone's been waiting for London-based chef Yotam Ottolenghi's follow-up to his smash hit cookbook Plenty. The wait is over: Plenty More is on the shelves. Get to know the vegetarian dishes you love on a more intimate level and add a few to your repertoire. Meat-free food simply doesn't get better than this.

Prosciutto Wrapped Oysters Recipe

Give fresh, seasonal oysters the royal treatment
Nov 13, 2014 4:00 pm

Chefs Ron Oliver and Bernard Guillas of the renowned Marine Room in La Jolla, CA have released the follow-up to their popular self-published cookbook, Two Chefs, One World. Their new book, Two Chefs, One Catch, focuses exclusively on the bounty of the sea, and how to prepare it masterfully for every fish lover you know.  

That's One French Tart. Make This Pissaladière Recipe

Savory caramelized onion and briny olive pizza
Oct 20, 2014 2:00 pm

This savory caramelized onion tart hails from Nice in the Provence region of France. Known for its thick dough and lusty topping of flavorful onion confit and luscious Caillette or Niçoise olives, this sophisticated pizza can be enjoyed as an appetizer or main dish.

Video: Le Creuset Stages A Cheese Board War!

And we, unsolicited, narrate the whole charade.
Sep 19, 2014 9:00 am

Le Creuset, the cast-iron cookware royalty that governs all others, just released this stop-motion video for its new Wine & Cheese Collection. For normal folk, it's simply an eye-catching few moments of appetizer porn. For me, however, it's an epic battle to the death, because it's Friday. Watch the video, then find out what actually happened at this otherwise classy cocktail shindig.  

Is This For Real? Pigs In Pimento Cheese Blankets Recipe.

Start the party with these pigs in blankets
Sep 18, 2014 11:00 am

Let's hear it for pimento cheese, that quintessential Southern appetizer of delicious cheddar made tastier and spreadable via mayo and cream cheese and flavored with pimentos and...well, anything else. It's also incredibly versatile — check out Pimento Cheese, the new cookbook from Perre Coleman Magness, author of blog The Runaway Spoon. Welcome to the marriage of two beautiful things: pigs in a blanket and delectable pimento cheese.

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