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All posts by Tim Dineen

Sausage and Lentils

Here’s a bit of a spin on a recipe I really like – Lentils and Fennel. It’s prett...

Colds, Crackers, and Chicken Soup

It’s official. We all have colds. I’m not sure where it started – it could have be...

Chicken Soup For What Ails Ya…

Feed a cold, feed a fever, I always say… And on Day Three of the Cold From Hell, chicken soup ...

Cheese, Sausage, and Reading Terminal Market

I told myself I was going to go to Reading Terminal Market once a month – and actually was doi...

Chicken and Lentils

Years ago my grandmother stayed with us for a while after she had had a heart attack. One of the thi...

Wisconsin Spicy Cheese Bread

We were watching PBS a few weeks ago – we’re Liberal Elites, you know – and on cam...

Prime Rib and the Ghosts of Christmas’ Past

The quiet day turned into a quiet night. And a really great dinner. And a great dessert. Prime Rib. ...

Christmas Eggnog Cake

It’s a really quiet Christmas Day around here. Almost too quiet. Both of us are used to loud, ...

Three of the Seven Fishes

Merry Christmas Eve – La Vigilia  – The Feast of the Seven Fish. We’re home this ...

Christmas Cookies 2016

‘Tis the Season! The annual excessive cookie baking has started! Well… Making the doughs...

Risotto with Lagostino

It’s Monday after Thanksgiving. The holiday is officially over. More or less. The leftover tur...

Leftovers

The best part of Thanksgiving Dinner is the leftovers. Of all the holidays, it’s the one I rea...

22 years of Thanksgivings

22 years. 22 years of fun in the kitchen. Hell – 22 years of fun, period. Forever and yesterda...

Savory Pumpkin Tart

A couple of months ago when I was perusing recipes for Thanksgiving – yes, I start thinking ab...

Ravioli

Thanksgiving is a week away. That means cleaning out the ‘fridge so we can get more food in th...