Share

Food

  • The Impossible Dream a Kosher Muffaletta

    Celebrating Rosh Hashanah in New Orleans

    By: Alan Smason - Sep 26th, 2022

    For people living in New Orleans or visitors to the city, an Italian specialty, the muffaletta – a sandwich composed of various processed meats, cheese and olive salad layered upon a huge round loaf of sesame seeded Italian bread – has been both a staple for locals and a much ballyhooed treat to be sampled by tourists. Here is a kosher version for Rosh Hashanah.

  • Adams Landmark Reopens as Firehouse Café and Bistro

    Legendary Berkshire Chef Xavier Jones

    By: Charles Giuliano - Jul 09th, 2022

    Although still on its maiden voyage, already Firehouse stands out as a Best in the Berkshires destination. We wish them success for the sake of all of us who enjoy fine dining.

  • Gorging in Gloucester

    Bounty of the Sea

    By: Charles Giuliano - May 23rd, 2022

    For our first road trip in three years we visited my sister Pip and ancestral home on Cape Ann. We worked on research for a new book Pip and Me Growing up in Gloucester. It was a week of fabulous seafood and time with friends.

  • Peasant Stock

    By: Charles Giuliano - Mar 22nd, 2022

    cabbage

  •  Corned Beef and Cabbage

    By: Charles Giuliano - Mar 18th, 2022

    beef

  • Portuguese Kale Soup

    By: Charles Giuliano - Feb 26th, 2022

    sou

  • Chili and Baked Potato

    By: Charles Giuliano - Feb 07th, 2022

    chili

  • Authentic Hungarian Goulash

    Try the Real Thing

    By: John Hochheimer - Feb 05th, 2022

    Radio and media guy John Hocheimer has spent serious time in Hungary and is an authority on its cuisine. He was not amused by my first attempt at Hungarian Goulash. He sent along his "authentic" version as well as a chicken and paprika dish.

  • Hungarian Goulash

    By: Charles Giuliano - Jan 30th, 2022

    goulash

  • Corona Cookbook: Summah Suppah

    Bucket uv Tamatahs

    By: Charles Giuliano - Aug 16th, 2020

    Suppah

  • Corona Cookbook: Ramping Up

    Narrow Season Inspires Invention

    By: Phillip S. Kampe - May 28th, 2020

    Wine, food and travel writer Philip S. Kampe has been forraging for ramps. The onion family wild relative is unique and inspiring. The abundant harvest this season has been a mother of invention.

  • Corona Cookbook: Tortellini in Brodo

    A Tuscan Lunch

    By: Charles Giuliano - Jul 25th, 2020

    Brodo

  • Corona Cookbook: Frittata

    Easy and Versatile

    By: Harry Bikes - May 25th, 2020

    Frittata is a standard tapas item in Spanish bars. It's super easy and versatile to do at home. The basic ingredients are eggs, onion and potato. Beyond that anything goes. We cooked with peas, kalamata olive and capers. There are lots of other options. In an iron skillet there was enough for two meals.

  • Corona Cookbook: Stuffed Squash

    Leftover Filling Great with Pasta

    By: Liz Cunningham - May 20th, 2020

    We have enjoyed amazing dinner parties with Liz and Brian Cunningham. Our loft neighbors and friends are hunkered down in Seattle until lord knows when. Knowing Liz they are dining well.

  • Corona Cookbook: Spicy African Peanut Delight

    In Memory of Anthony Bourdain

    By: Astrid Hiemer - May 17th, 2020

    We had just watched Anthony Bourdain’s series, A Cook's Tour, while he visited Morocco: Casablanca, Fez, and finally the last town before reaching the desert, the Sahara. His meals there reminded us of the soup or stew that you are about to prepare – it’s most delicious!

  • Corona Cookbook: Veal Stew

    With Time on Your Hands

    By: Alan Smason - May 13th, 2020

    Alan Smason is a New Orleans based home cook. He is a colleague from American Theatre Critics Association. This recipe may be prepared Kosher.

  • Corona Cookbook: Rhubard Pudding Cake

    It's Rhubard Season Yet Again

    By: Arthur DeBow - May 12th, 2020

    It's rhubarb time. This is an old New England recipe that I have made a few changes to.

  • Corona Cookbook; Yorkshire Pudding Beef

    One or Two Times a Month

    By: Arthur De Bow - May 12th, 2020

    The artist and arts administrator, Arthur DeBow, is a renowned home cook with many Facebook fans. This is a meal he prepares one or two times each month.

  • Corona Cookbook: Bavarian Dinner

    Pork with Sauerkraut, Beer and Tarragon

    By: Harry Bikes - May 12th, 2020

    Here is a foolproof recipe from may old running buddy. We served it to friends and it's now a go to dinner for my BFF. The key is to lay in s stash of tarragon my any means necessary.

  • Corona Cook Book: Hungarian Goulash

    Ungarisches Gulasch

    By: Astrid Hiemer - May 10th, 2020

    'How about Hungarian Goulash?' - he asked: 'Yes, that's a very good idea!' Hungarian Goulash is a German National dish and, of course, in Eastern European countries* as well. I grew up eating 'Ungarisches Gulasch' with boiled potatoes and green beans, perhaps, or another vegetable and a side salad. (Was it really first prepared in Hungary and when? Just as the Hamburger was coined by Americans. 'I am a Hamburger,' my cousin told an American. 'You are eating burgers!')

  • Corona Cookbook: Baking

    Yum Cake from Fast Eddy

    By: Edward Rubin - May 10th, 2020

    One might say that the New York critic best known as Fast Eddy is a tad eccentric. When he came to visit in the Berkshires he sent a long list of ingredients. He came with a friend and invited two more from Connecticut. We were relegated to cleanup. For dessert he baked rum cake. The recipe is found here. It was indeed divine and we became friends with his friends. Typical of Fast the formatting here is as topsy turvy as it was sent.

  • Corona Cookbook: Strawberry Rhubarb Pear Galette

    When Life is Bitter Sweet

    By: Pippy Giuliano - May 08th, 2020

    When life gets bitter-sweet Pip opts for the sweet. It's rhubarb time in Norwood Heights. She tried this for this last night and reports that it was a hit.

  • Corona Cookbook: Shaker Lemon Pie

    Easy as Pie

    By: Jennifer Trainer Thompson - Jun 02nd, 2020

    Jennifer Trainer Thompson is director of Hancock Shaker Village. She is the author of numerous cookbooks. Here she shares a Shaker recipe for traditional lemon pie

  • Corona Cookbook: Pizza

    Basil in the Dough

    By: Phillip S. Kampe - Jun 16th, 2020

    Fresh basil mixed into the dough.

  • Corona Cookbook: Carrots

    By: Phillip S. Kampe - Jun 24th, 2020

    Carrot

  • << Previous Next >>