The mantra at the Harriet is that a dish should fall into place naturally

    Falling for the Harriet Brasserie

    I’ve been crushing on the Harriet Brasserie for a few years now; dinner with friends, lunch with my mother, dessert with the kids, beer, and fries (with béarnaise for dipping) at the bar with my husband. If anyone asks about…

    Daniel at Butter

    Walking the Green Path

    As the owner of Butter Bakery Cafe, sustainability is important to Daniel and his team. It also can be a challenge. Join Daniel as he writes about what it’s like to try and operate a sustainable small business that gives…

    Fresh summer cherry tomatoes on the vine

    Why We’re so Giddy Over Late Summer Tomatoes

    I get a little giddy when fresh tomatoes take over my favorite farmers market in late summer. Giddy because it takes tomatoes forever to show up and they’re gone in an instant.

    Chicken and Andouille Jambalaya

    Chicken and Andouille Jambalaya

    Spicy andouille, crisp bell peppers, and chicken so tender that it falls apart come together to create a delicious Chicken and Andouille Jambalaya.

    Cheesy Mexican Chicken on Fork

    Mexican Chicken

    Mexican Chicken is the perfect embodiment of comfort food. Our Mexican Chicken Recipe is easy to make for big groups and is something almost everyone loves because it has loads of cheese and a nice crunch.

    Sous Vide Flank Steak

    Sous Vide Flank Steak

    Cooking flank steak sous vide creates a flavorful steak so tender you can cut it with a fork.

    Creamed Corn

    Creamed Corn

    What makes this easy creamed corn recipe special is how the roux and a little cream highlight the deep corn flavors in the dish and give it an almost luxurious texture.

    Tomato and Basil Bruschetta

    Tomato and Basil Bruschetta

    This Bruschetta recipe is a favorite summer appetizer when fresh tomatoes and basil are plentiful. For great bruschetta use a good baguette that compliments the flavors in the tomatoes and basil.

    Buttermilk Pancakes

    Umami Bites: Eat Delicious Buttermilk Pancakes, Cook Perfect Sous Vide Duck Breasts, & Explore Our Best Stories and Recipes from 2016

    In This Umami Bites We Eat Delicious Buttermilk Pancakes, Cook Perfect Duck Breasts Sous Vide, & Explore Umami’s Best Stories and Recipes from 2016

    Cliff Jumper Featured

    Walking the Green Path: Jumping off the Cliff

    For Dan, moving his cafe from accepting tips to not accepting tips can feel like jumping off a cliff.

    Umami Dashi

    Learn All About Umami the Flavor, Grill Up Some Delicious Shrimp & and Bake a Tasty Blueberry Pie

    In This Umami Bites We Learn All About Umami the Flavor, Grill Up Some Delicious Shrimp, and Bake a Tasty Blueberry Pie

    All The Food Trends You Need To Know about

    Here is everything you need to know about food trends to keep up with what people are going to be eating, drinking, and cooking in 2017.

    Teacher eats lunch with students

    Review: The Food of A Younger Land

    If you’re looking for stories on how to make ash cakes, the right way to skin a possum, or how to celebrate rivers filled with Pacific salmon take a read through Mark Kurlansky’s The Food of a Younger Land.

    Wouldn't it be nice if the holidays were simpler

    At the Bar: Trying to Make the Holidays Worthwhile

    As the holidays wind down we take a look at overcoming the holiday paradox and figuring out how to enjoy the holidays.

    It seems like there is always a question about eating eggs

    The great egg debate, helpful or harmful to our health?

    Even though eggs are one of the most versatile ingredients, it seems like people often wonder if eggs are good or bad for them because of their high cholesterol content.