Tagged: ‘orange marmalade’

The Slow Cooker: Glazed Ham with Garnet Cumberland Sauce

Whether you are serving the glamorous or casual, a ham is a delight on the buffet table. Even people who never eat ham will indulge at a party. It is “special” and the hunk looks very impressive sitting on a platter or carving board in all its glistening glory.

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Zappetizers for New Year’s Eve

The microwave makes appetizer entertaining easier and faster than ever. As any cook knows, appetizers can be the most daunting forms of cookery, often culminating in days of planning, labor, and last minute assembly. So when time is short and social gatherings are relaxed, it is helpful to have a few easy-to-create secret recipes for dips at hand. And enter the microwave to the rescue.

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Cruising the Blogs: Orange Marmalade in the Microwave

My friend, award-winning food writer, journalist, food scout, restaurant critic, reporter on the lam, her own t-shirt boutique pusher, dancer in the dark, dragon boat rowing in the sun, and former editorial boss at the San Jose Mercury News is Carolyn Jung, aka FoodGal. She always has the best darn recipes, from her father’s steak sauce to the best cookies and cocktails.

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Vintage Glamour Wedding Cake

Here is the recipe for Prince William and Kate Middleton’s vintage glamour wedding cake, which includes the instructions by Fiona Cairnes for making the tamarind fruit cake batter, icing, cake decorations and assembly, so now you can recreate the royal wedding cake in your own home.

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Chipotle and Orange Pork Ribs

There is something elusive and downright deliciously satisfying about the combination of chiles and pork; they are a natural flavor match. This is a recipe from prolific food writer Leslie Mansfield, of the Napa Valley in California, adapted for the slow cooker. She serves these earthy ribs with cold brut Champagne. We add fresh corn tortillas and a black bean chili.

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