When baking pies, some crusts beat the clock, browning more quickly than the filling cooks. That’s especially true of all-butter or refrigerated prepared crusts. There's a better way.FULL STORY
Cobblers often are topped with biscuit dough, but this recipe relies on the old-fashioned version where pieces of pastry are placed over the fruit; they form a cobbled effect as the berries bubble over during baking. Serve it with vanilla ice cream.FULL STORY
As an elementary school cook, mother and grandmother, Cooking Club member Cindy Thomas knows what kids like to eat. She likes to make food from ordinary ingredients. For this recipe, she used cereal. “I love granola, and my grandkids love cookies, so I decided to combine them,” she says.FULL STORY
In this pasta dish, the ricotta cheese melts to become a thick, creamy sauce. It's the perfect base for showcasing the season's fresh sweet corn paired with salty bits of bacon.FULL STORY
Make these irresistible zucchini spears for munching while you’re waiting for the hamburgers to grill. When dredging any food in breading, avoid creating clumps by using one hand to roll the item in the egg and the other to dredge it in crumbs. Sprinkle the sticks with coarse salt before serving, if you’d like.FULL STORY
Any seasonal, vine-ripened tomato will melt beautifully into a sauce, but you may want to save the specialty heirloom varieties for eating fresh. The choice of herb flavoring is flexible: We used tender herbs like basil and mint here, but you also could choose sturdy herbs, such as marjoram, oregano and rosemary. If you do, add them earlier with the tomatoes.FULL STORY
Green Bay is Packers territory, sure—but it’s also flavor country. Whether you’re a game-day visitor or a local resident, there’s plenty of action to be had off the field exploring the finer foodstuffs of the area. Here are seven you should seek out.FULL STORY
You’re headed to Green Bay to cheer on the Packers. You packed plenty of green and gold gear, but you’re going to need some serious chow before the game. Lucky for you, Titletown USA has a killer restaurant scene to satisfy your appetite, Wisconsin-style. Channel your inner foodie (you can channel your inner quarterback later) and check out these five must-try eateries.FULL STORY
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