With these short winter days dinner time seems to sneak up on me. Quick and easy is my highest priority. This creamy, roasted red pepper sauce with spirals of zucchini noodles is
Most of the vegetables I make are roasted, slightly cooked or raw. I’m not one to put butter and cheesy sauces on vegetables mainly because I like the flavor of most vegetables.
Happy New Year 2018. Like many at this time of year I wake to a new year with the pressure to make a new start, clean up my act, do things differently,
As the days get colder, the mornings turn crisp and the frost sparkles in the sunrise light. Meanwhile, the Modern Farmette kitchen is bustling as we cook up new holiday recipes for this year’s
So what exactly is a perfect prime rib, anyway? Whether you buy prime or select, fresh or dry-aged, corn fed or grass-fed, if you don’t cook it right, it won’t be good.
Roasted vegetables are a staple in my cooking throughout the year but never more consistently than in the fall and winter months. The entire house smells delicious when there is a pan
This week, with Thanksgiving approaching, you might find yourself with a house full of family and/or guests in the days prior to Thanksgiving Day. With all the cooking we will all be
Wow that’s a huge statement! Outrageously good! You will not want to miss this weeks Heinen’s 4 PM Panic recipe . I don’t throw words around like that, you’re going to want to
In October in the Midwest it seems that everything is just slightly better with pumpkin. So it stands to reason that my chocolate chip scones would benefit from the sweet creamy goodness
Today I’m making pork and veal meatloaf stuffed with mushrooms and topped with a mushroom and sun-dried tomato glaze. Occasionally I come across a recipe that I quickly dismiss based on one
Heading to a tailgate or game night and need a quick and easy appetizer? How about a classic American cheese and beer dip. It’s easy to throw together and can be served
Long gone are the days when the only mushrooms in the produce aisle were white button, portobello, or cremini. Heinen’s offers many different kinds, and many that were once available only seasonally
There’s nothing better on a lazy summer afternoon than a picnic. For this week’s Cooking with Heinen’s post, I’m putting together a beach picnic. Although beach picnics are lovely and magical, they
Cooking and eating foods that are at the peak of their season always seems to be the best way to ensure great flavor. Sadly, there are some foods that we wish could
So many wonderful things come with the spring season. The beautiful weather and blooming colors have us busy in the Modern Farmette kitchen cooking up new recipes. We get particularly excited to