March 10, 2006 One day we'll have a recipe from Janete. She's working as a driver for Kragen Auto and hasn't had the time to write it up for us. Meanwhile, Susan Howard, who translated for Janete in the story, and is from Goiânia, shared two of her recipes. Go forth and cook.
March 4, 2005 Born in 1901, Cleora Butler learned to cook from her mother, Martha Thomas. Their home in North Tulsa, Okla., was a favorite destination for Cab Calloway and other black musicians and entertainers, who often ate in private homes when traveling through the segregated South and Southwest. Here we offer her signature recipe, Baked Fudge.
December 24, 2004 In much of the American South, eating black-eyed peas is thought to bring a year filled with luck. So as not to leave you luckless in the upcoming year, here's a recipe from listeners Karen Rhodes and Robert Weiner, who host a New Year's party each year and prepare this dish.
December 24, 2004 Angelo Garro has a tradition of celebrating Christmas Eve with his friends by preparing a Seven Fish Dinner. The Greeks brought this dish to Sicily when they colonized the island. The Seven Fish Dinner has become a southern Italian tradition from Naples. It consists of seven courses of fish prepared in various ways. Here is a recipe for one course.
December 24, 2004 Jay Allison sends us his mother, Barbara Allison's, Eggnog recipe: "There were eggnog recipes descended from both sides of my family, and the recipes warred every Christmas," Jay Allison says. "I don't think anyone ever wins a war like that."
December 24, 2004 John and Anne Patterson from Baltimore, Md., share their recipe for Czechoslovakian Moon Cookies. We hope that you can honor their request that those who make these Czechoslovakian Moon Cookies do so with one purpose in mind — to give them to others as a token of generosity and thanks.
December 17, 2004 In addition to raising grass-fed beef, the Apples raise grass-fed lamb. Chickens on the Apple Family Farm are raised without the use of chemicals, hormones or unnecessary antibiotics. Debbie Apple shares her recipe for Grilled Lamb Chops with a Honey Glaze.
December 10, 2004 The following recipes, used courtesy of author Paula K. McKenna, are from Ships of the Great Lakes Cookbook, a collection of more than 400 recipes from the galleys of the great ships that sail the Great Lakes.
December 3, 2004 Master hunter and forager Angelo Garro shares his recipes for wild fennel cakes — a springtime specialty — Sicilian poached eggs and his own porcini pasta.
November 19, 2004 Nobody can seem to remember who first opened Angel's Market on a San Francisco street corner nearly 100 years ago. But everyone in the neighborhood knows George and Alice, who have owned Angel's for the last decade. Kate Volkman reports.
November 18, 2004 These recipes are all from the unfinished Mississippi portion of the "America Eats" project. John T. Edge, director of the Southern Folkways Alliance at the University of Mississippi, unearthed them for Hidden Kitchen's producer Jamie York. Some of the recipes did not carry attribution information; nobody knows who wrote them.
November 12, 2004 Native Harvest organic wild rice is distinct from "paddy" or commercially available rice. The rice is a highly textured, uneven grain, medium brown in color and with a nutty smell. The following recipes for wild rice are from Native Harvest.
November 5, 2004 The folks from the Moonlite Bar-B-Q Inn in Owensboro — "a Kentucky tradition" — provide their thoughts on the origins of burgoo and share their special recipes for Moonlite burgoo and mutton dip.
November 5, 2004 The Puckerbrush Potluck honors the late solicitor general of Iowa, Bess Osenbaugh. Each year, two women attorney's groups sponsor a food competition at the Iowa State Fair. Entries are judged not just on taste, but on the stories behind each dish — and how it has helped bring people together. Entrants share their stories and recipes here.