The Homemade Pickle Popsicle Recipe You Need This Summer

By Beth Lipton These days, you can find fancy ice pops at your local farmer’s market or grocery store in countless flavor combinations, and it’s not uncommon to see popsicles infused with everything from lavender to matcha to mint. One flavor you probably haven’t yet tried? Pickle juice popsicles. Hear us out: Pickle juice is delicious and readily […]

Quest for a missing recipe sends Spokane man in search of grape vodka and jalapeños … in a beverage

By Adriana Janovich adrianaj@spokesman.com (509) 459-5446   Reader Rod Rodrigues created this boozy beverage after trying to track down a similar recipe by calling The Spokesman-Review Food section. One would think it would be easy to find using the search terms “grape vodka” and “jalapeño” or “muddled jalapeños.” But, there was no luck looking in […]

Papendieck Mustard Pickles

Reprinted from the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel article at www.jsonline.com. From store receipt to the walls of their kitchens Sophie Papendieck, born in 1876,was known for these mustard pickles; the family believes they were sold in the meat market owned by her husband, William, in Sheboygan. The family lived above the store, where they raised […]

King Crab Fried Rice

By Dale Talde   –   The Splendid Table This recipe was included The Key 3 segment that host Francis Lam recorded with Dale Talde at his restaurant Talde Brooklyn. Ingredients 3oz king crab, picked 2 Tbsp shallots, minced 2 Tbsp celery, diced 1/2 cup egg, scrambled 1 tsp salt 4 cups cooked rice pinch white […]

Iceberg Wedge Salad with Russian Dressing

By Alex Guarnaschelli   –   Today.com SERVINGS: 4-6 I really love ketchup and mayonnaise. Not only that, they are two condiments that I generally never make from scratch. Hellmann’s mayonnaise and Heinz ketchup are classics and I haven’t made a batch from scratch that has tasted as good to me. I like to amplify the […]