Beer-Braised Duck Tacos with Cilantro Sauce
When buying a whole duck, you'll have so many delicious meals to make with it.
Turnip Gratin
Give turnips a treatment you can’t resist, like a warm, buttery gratin that’s oozing from its cute little dish.
White Bean and Brassica Ragout
Cauliflower, broccoli and beans with potatoes combine for an easy and healthful dinner that seems more luxurious than it is.
Cook Your Best Nose-to-Tail Recipe at the I Like Pig Cook-Off
Entries are open for the cook off on January 31st!
Calamari & Tomato Stew
Tentacles had never been more tender.

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Beer-Braised Duck Tacos with Cilantro Sauce
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Who will win the Super Bowl XLIX? I say Go, Ducks! No, that’s not being facetious; I’m a huge fan of the Super Bowl… parties, that is. Any opportunity to make and eat a lot of food with a lot of people is my kind of game. It doesn’t matter who plays, who wins, or who cries the loudest. But it does matter that the food is good, and plentiful.... Read More

Cook Your Best Nose-to-Tail Recipe at the I Like Pig Cook-Off
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Sure, we’ve raved about it from restaurants, we may applaud its sustainability, and we may even have been to a backyard pig roast where we’ve dabbled in it ourselves. But are you ready to cook like a nose-to-tail chef? Then we’re looking for cooks like you to sign up for the I Like Pig Cook-Off at Jimmy’s No. 43 on January 31st. To celebrate the recent launch of the I Like... Read More

Turnip Gratin
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Someone recently asked me what the difference was between scalloped potatoes and potatoes au gratin. The best answer is that “scalloped” simply means that the potatoes are thinly sliced, as in discs. And “au gratin” means, roughly translated, “with grated things.” No, those grated things don’t have to be pieces of cheese, necessarily. It could be small, grainy crumbs of bread as well. Many French and Italian gratins don’t... Read More