Mother’s Day 2015 Recipes from John Ash

Flourless Chocolate Souffle is a perfect (and easy) dish for Mother's Day. (Shutterstock) Mom shouldn’t have to cook on her day so here is a pretty simple menu that should please her. Serve

CHUTNEY RECIPES

  Photo from MaryFrancesMain Chutney is a condiment we often associate with Indian cuisine. But this condiment has now gone global and offers a punch of flavor that pairs so well with roasted

My Latest Cookbook: Culinary Birds

It’s here! My latest cookbook project has been released just in time for the holidays! For more than 7,000 years, poultry has been a mainstay of the human diet. It is the most consumed animal

ORANGE GLAZED HAM

Photo from sk8geek For many of us, the Easter ham is a tradition that goes back generations! This is a recipe for one my favorite versions. I hope you enjoy! ORANGE GLAZED HAM

Posole- A Recipe to Warm You Up

When the weather turns cold, I’m ripe for anything warm, spicy and soupy. One of my favorite simple recipes is Mexican Posole (pronounced po-zo-lay), a delicious mixture of stewed pork or other meats,

Perfect Mashed Potatoes- Revisited

It is that time of year again when we turn to warm, comforting holiday foods.  It seems one of the most popular dishes, would also seem one of the most simple-- mashed potatoes. 

Tips for Deep Frying a Turkey

Most of us have heard about deep frying turkey, which originated in the south and is often called “Cajun Fried Turkey”.  When I finally tried it, the results were outstanding, I have to

Best Wines of 2010

I'm sharing Tom Simoneau's "Best Wines of 2010", which I think you'll find interesting.  Tom is "The Wine Guy" on KSRO radio where I have my show, "The Good Food Hour", broadcast every

Cranberries: An American Original

The cranberry, along with blueberries and the Concord grape, have a unique and special place in American cuisine.  They are the three North American native fruits that are grown in commercial quantities.  There are of

Gifts From Your Kitchen

Some of the best holiday gifts are those you make yourself.  The investment of ingredients, time, and the effort you put into making something special can pay off dividends when showing someone you care.  Here