What’s Cookin

Jeanne Briggs Rolling in Dough by JEANNE BRIGGS Now you can make mealtime, family time, anytime more special. Start with refrigerated dough and create the kind of homemade treats that everyone loves. Turn biscuit dough into a gooey, nutty breakfast loaf; make savory pot pies with crescent rolls; transform pizza dough into cheesy twists perfect […]

What’s Cookin’ by Jeanne Briggs — December 31, 2009

Let’s All Get Corny… by JEANNE BRIGGS             Next to tomatoes, freshly picked corn steamed on the cob is right up on the top of everyone’s favorite summer vegetable list. Corn seems to make us all behave like kids with butter on our noses and dripping off our chins. Eating corn as a kid, I […]

What’s Cookin’ by Jeanne Briggs — November 25, 2009

Thanksgiving Side Dishes Most of us are creatures of habit when it comes to Thanksgiving dinner. It’s usually the same vegetable sides every year. There is change in the air this year. We can still pay homage to our cherished favorites, but there can be some vegetable magic this year if you take the time […]

What’s Cookin’ — October 29, 2009

by JEANNE BRIGGS “Bell” Weather There’s no disguising a bell pepper. While summer vegetables such as zucchini and eggplant tend to absorb other flavors, bell peppers assert themselves in dishes. Even when used as a garnish—say, finely diced bell pepper showered over pasta or grilled scallops—the bright taste of the pepper hits your palate first. […]

Dish it UP!

by JEANNE BRIGGS Once a haven for lonely leftovers, casseroles have been updated and modernized, and have staged a comeback in the past few years. Many recipes are now built on fresh foods with good nutrition in mind. These recipes are easy to make and simple to serve. The bonus is they’re time-savers that don’t […]