Perhaps the most indulgent pie crust known to the French, this boasts the notable addition of egg, cream, and lotsa sugar.
This classic, hearty, homey dish—just like something your grandma used to make—is the perfect one-pot meat and potatoes meal.
Okay, breadbaking virgins, here’s the loaf for you. Nothing fancy, just flour, water, yeast, and salt.
Cloves of garlic are slowly simmered in oil until unthinkably tender, intensely aromatic, subtly sweet, and insanely irresistible.
Almost as good as cramming tacos from a street cart in your piehole late at night with pork juice dripping from your elbow.
Yep. We smoked, pickled, and fried these spuds. And we’ve no regrets. David divulges—and indulges—all in this blog post.
When David decides to DIY bacon, he really decides to DIY bacon. Seriously, folks. You gotta taste his take on cured pig.
“If I could make only one pie in my lifetime, this would be the one.” That’s what folks are saying about this pie. Yep.
You may be stunned at just how easy this sorta elegance can be to pull off in your own kitchen.
We just can’t stop dribbling these easy yet elegant oils—infused with basil, chile, curry, and more—over everything.
Hot enough to make you holler. That’s how they like their fried chicken in Nashville. Who are we to argue?
Eggs Florentine, Benedict, and Arnold. Sorta sounds more like a network of Revolutionary War spies than a brunch menu, yes?
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