Delve even deeper into the well of American crapulence.
Burt and Natasha Likko prepare for a Thanksgiving feast that promises to be a bit… eccentric.
What’s for breakfast at your place?
Home cooked edition
This is why.
This is how New Englanders traditionally make cranberry sauce.
Burt Likko reacts badly to a bare pantry.
An opportunity to get started sous vide cooking at home for less bucks.
Is there a better summertime barbeque than pork back ribs? Learn how to make pork back ribs the Burt Likko way. Or use the comments to explain why your ribs are superior.
Sweet lessons learned over several seasons of picking and preserving fruit: a primer with pictures.
It’s Linky Friday and now you have a way to malinger productivity while reading random links embedded in wry comments that are only funny after you read the articles!
A lean, inexpensive cut of beef: a London broil. A simple rub: truffled salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper, ground savory, and garlic. Sous vide at 124 F for ten hours. Char with torch or on grill immediately before service; slice thin on a diagonal cut. Broccoli dressed with red pepper aioli (red pepper-infused olive oil…
In which we take a peek at an upcoming series that will teach the seven cooking skills you need to know in order to make great, healthy food on a budget.
(Please note: if photos of raw meat turn your stomach, this isn’t going to go well for you.) No food makes me happier than spaghetti with red sauce. I recognize in a modern world of the fanciest foods, I am duty bound to like more exciting things, but spaghetti with red sauce reminds me of…
Follow along as Burt Likko teaches himself how to make enchiladas from scratch.
Now, it’d be foolish of me to declare that there is a right way to make a sandwich, that I have discovered it, and that you all ought to accept my word as gospel. That would be a bridge too far. However, I am arrogant enough to believe that I’ve discovered some tips for making…
Note: The Cheap-Ass Gourmet is a cooking series we recently started doing here at the League. Each recipe in the series has three things in common: each is perfect for a person on a budget, each is well-suited for those who say “But I don’t know how to cook!,” and each is delicious. A listing of…
The last time I did a cooking post, I got a nice email from a reader that was also a student. She complained that even though she wanted to learn how to cook, some of the recipes I posted required either an expensive trip to the store (e.g.: turkey with red & green mole) or…