"Heritage recipes" are family recipes that have been passed through the years but are not necessarily written down, so eventually they might be lost. Putting those recipes to paper and creating a family cookbook will make a valuable keepsake and also tie families together.
When long February days bring on kitchen boredom, the only thing left to do is experiment.
You might not expect it, but one of the best little Bar-B-Q places around is in Indiana.
Sometimes old recipes are vague, so it's hard to know whether to use yeast, baking soda, or baking powder. Some recipes use a combination of the three, so I decided to see what the difference was between the leavening agents.
Karen Lynn shares how she and The Viking came into a windfall of persimmons, as well as their excitement about the plethora of possibilities with this amazing fruit.
When we can across a recipe called "Old Lady Cake," we started to wonder about "fancy" cooking versus "plain" cooking and what it really means.
Red Flint corn — also known as Indian corn — is a heritage seed that produces an excellent cornmeal. One man saw an article on Red Flint corn a few years ago in GRIT magazine, and has since turned the crop into a family business.
A chocolatier is not a chocolate maker, but rather an artist. It's win/win when something tastes good and is pretty to look at, too!