Summer: roll out the ice box, set up the grill, kick back and let the fire do the cookin'. Fall: visit the local apple orchard and pick your favorite variety of apples for apple pie. Winter: ham, duh! Spring: juice oranges and strawberries are coming back into season!! Next summer: roll out the ice box and start it all over again!Crab Mac and Cheese Recipe - Nick's Cove
1. Crab Mac and Cheese Recipe - Nick's Cove
In search of the best mac and cheese recipe, Chef Jason Hill heads to Nick's Cove Restaurant in Marshall, CA. Here, executive chef Austin Perkins crafts a decadent Dungeness crab mac and cheese with locally-caught Dungeness crab, Point Reyes Toma cheese and Spring Hill cheddar. (This recipe can easily be made into a lobster mac and cheese by subbing the crab meat for lobster meat). This gourmet mac and cheese recipe serves 6-8 people. Enjoy!! It really is the best macaroni and cheese we've ever tasted!!!
2. Wine Country Salad with Prosciutto & Burrata
The perfect personification of wine country, this farm to table salad features creamy Burrata cheese, wild mushrooms sautéed in white wine, roasted asparagus, prosciutto, arugula and a champagne vinaigrette. Easy to prepare yet packed with the sophisticated flavors of Northern California's wine country, this appetizer salad is a perfectly balanced recipe. Journey with Wine Country Chef Eric Lee as he introduces you to the unique flavors of wine country.
3. Sweet American Sponge Cake
Learn how to make an American Sponge Cake. American Sponge Cake has a sweet and lemony flavor and while its texture is moist, it is also wonderfully light and spongy. It does not contain solid fat which makes it an ideal cake for those watching their fat intake. This cake can be eaten plain, or with whipped cream and fresh fruit.
4. Amazing Apple Crisp
Learn how to make an Apple Crisp. Apple crisp belongs to a long line of simple baked desserts that combine fresh fruit with a topping. Cobblers, Crumbles, Grunts, Brown Bettys, Pandowdies, and Crisps may be called old-fashioned and homey but having a dessert of warm baked fruit topped with a tasty crust is hard to resist. Unlike a cobbler that uses a biscuit dough topping, this Apple Crisp uses a streusel-like mixture of flour, white and brown sugars, ground cinnamon, and butter, along with rolled oats and nuts.