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Cork and Knife
Our new cookbook is out now — and its focus is one of our favorite ingredients: booze! We show you how to use the cooking properties of beer, wine, bourbon and more to make your dishes pop!
No longer the boring cousin of the brownie, these blondies are packed with tons of flavor from brown butter, toasted hazelnuts, chocolate chunks, butterscotch chips and a healthy splash of bourbon.
I was that weird kid who, when offered the choice of a brownie or a blondie, would always choose the blondie. Something about that cookie bar, packed with chocolate chips and toasty nuts, was just more interesting to me than straight chocolate (though I wouldn’t toss a good, fudgy brownie out of bed either. I’m not a monster).
Unfortunately, more often than not, blondies can be underwhelming — either dry and crumbly or doughy and flavorless — so we set out to develop a foolproof recipe for what we consider to be the perfect blondie: a tender, moist crumb filled with deep caramel flavor from brown butter, vanilla and (optional, but oh-so-delicious) bourbon. Then we packed in our favorite mix-ins: chocolate chunks, butterscotch chips and toasted hazelnuts.
Three kinds of leafy greens combine with mushrooms, garlic, leeks, mustard, and spices to form the base for a baked egg dish that's a bit like an omelette turned inside out. It's an ideal recipe for brunch, or really any meal of the day. Sometimes we want to start the...read more
Swedish Cucumber and Red Onion Salad with Dill is fresh, light and full of sweet, tart flavor. Make it alongside Swedish meatballs, or anytime you need a quick, delicious salad.read more
Real, homemade Swedish meatballs in a rich, cream gravy is as cozy as dinner gets. Serve it with boiled potatoes, lingonberry preserves and cucumber salad.read more
Chicken marinated in a mixture of Vietnamese sauce, sugar. herbs and spices and then oven-baked to create a dish infused with flavor and browned to perfection.read more
Vanilla and turmeric-flavored pannacotta with hibiscus syrup. A) A rich, creamy, colorful dessert, or B) a murder victim on a teaplate? You be the judge!read more
The flavors of French onion soup transported into a hearty, cheesy strata. The heart of bread pudding paired with the soul of a classic soup – synergy on a plate.read more
Pasta bolognese – about as easy and simple as it gets – tricked out with cornichons. What? Yes, little pickles. No time to explain, just read the recipe!read more
Easy Baked Brie With Honey And Pistachios: A wheel of brie, warmed until molten and runny, then drizzled with honey and pistachios elevates any cheese plate. It's fondue without the pot. Offering maximum impact with minimal effort, a baked Brie turns a mild-mannered...read more
Baked Brie en Croûte with Spiced Apple and Pear Compote; A warm, gooey wheel of brie or camembert cheese, layered with homemade spiced apple and pear compote and wrapped in golden brown, flaky puff pastry. Offering maximum impact with minimal effort, a baked Brie...read more
Baked Brie en Croûte With Thyme and Fig Jam; A warm, gooey wheel of brie or camembert cheese, topped with sweet fig jam and wrapped in golden brown, flaky puff pastry. Offering maximum impact with minimal effort, a baked Brie turns a mild-mannered cheese into the...read more