I’m a big fan of fresh dough from Wegmans. Not only is it economical ($2.50 each) it also tastes great. When I’m not using it for my famous (in my head) Stromboli it easily becomes individual sized pizzas or Calzones.
I grew up in Portugal and I would eat a Bitoque (bee-tock) about once a week, sometimes more. It’s such a traditional dish that you can find it on pretty much any menu. It’s so easy to make and is
I mentioned these in my Bitoque recipe and promised to show you how to make them. My kids love fries so much they would eat them as the entire meal. Try these for a healthier version and everyone wins! Need:
The mantras of “Eat Local” and “Buy Local” are near and dear to me. My last post highlighted my wife’s business, Terra Rosa (buy local) and living in Ithaca I’m surrounded by amazing sources for local food (eat local). This
I’m very excited to announce a new series here on DCCT, “Cooking with who?” These will be guest posts of real life dads that like to cook. Some might share recipes, some might share stories, but all will include food