We’re doing a lot more cooking at home and when Uchi Houston’s Chef de Cuisine Chris Davies offered up his at-home version of Uchi Brussels Sprouts, we jumped at the chance to make them. Channel your inner chef and take Read on!
This week, we’ve got everything you need to know in order to make homemade dyed eggs using food scraps, pigmented veggies, and other various household staples that you absolutely have in your fridge right now. We recommend starting by Saturday, Read on!
Everyone needs a few – those save-your-bacon, last-minute, pull-dinner-out-your-back-pocket recipes. A few years ago, we found ourselves out by the grill, thinking deep thoughts and cooking up a fat, juicy lamb steak. It was a good night made even better Read on!
Lamb Steak with Charred Shallots and Minty Green Garlic Yogurt Sauce There’s something deeply satisfying about gathering around a fire, the scents of wood smoke and charring meat rising up into the evening sky. In Catching Fire, anthropologist Richard Wrangham Read on!
Here at the Farmhouse, we’re (obviously) big fans of a sexy, ripe summer tomato or a perfectly plump peach, but there’s something to be said for the humble, earthy foods of winter as well. TBH, there are times in summer Read on!
We’ve got a new, crunchy veggie on our lineup this week. If you’re a Produce Box Subscriber, you may be asking yourself what to call that oddly-shaped alien vegetable is. It’s Kohlrabi! Crunchy like a radish, and mildly spicy, too. Read on!
Chef Brandon Martin of Nouveau American restaurant, Tillie’s is here to grace us this week with flavor, technique, and our favorite winter vegetables, sautéed and seasoned to perfection. Chef Brandon has dabbled in farm-to-table kitchens like Foreign & Domestic, Old Thousand, Read on!
It’s a cauliflower feast this week – with fresh-off-the-farm white cauliflower bigger than our heads! If you’re staring at its massive size thinking, “now how do I prepare this?” – don’t fret. You’re in for a real treat with our Read on!
Inspired by Goan, Indian, and Portuguese cuisine, Vixen’s Wedding in East Austin is known for their colorful dishes with bright, bold flavors to match. Using locally sourced ingredients, Chef Todd Duplechan brings the heat to every item on the menu. Read on!