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Basic Beef

Planning ahead is not a luxury for every cook or every situation. We don’t always know where we’ll be at 6 o’clock or how many family mem...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross


Cheryl’s Tortellini and Spinach Soup

I’m not sure whether it was the unselfish kindness my neighbor showed me or the soup she fed me that I couldn’t stop thinking about. It w...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross


Homemade Chicken Stock

Whenever chicken is on sale—think thighs, drumsticks, and wings—it’s time to make some homemade stock. Nothing could be easier. It’s less...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross


Chunky Southwestern Gazpacho

We always loved making Spanish gazpacho in the summertime, when garden tomatoes are at their peak, but the soup never tasted the same whe...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross


Homemade Black Beans

Cooking your own dried beans is absolutely the cheapest way to serve them. A 1-pound bag of beans generally costs less than $1. That one ...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross


Beefed-Up Chinese Burritos

With this recipe, your family can enjoy the exotic flavors of the East without ever having to leave the kitchen. Hoisin sauce is a sweet ...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross


Marmalade-Glazed Ham

We make a sport out of seeing how little we can pay per pound of ham. It’s worth the hunt because, in our experience, the delectability o...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross


“Barbecued” Chicken and Black Bean Burritos

This recipe comes from Karen Barker, pastry chef and coproprietor with her husband, Ben, of the award-winning Magnolia Grill in Durham, N...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross


Red Barbecue Sauce

One of my brother-in-law Fred Bisel’s favorite sports is to see how much Tabasco sauce he can stand in a single sitting. So when he start...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross


Perfect Poached Chicken

If you can boil water, you can poach chicken. The tricky part is to have a little faith in the method, because it does sound too easy to ...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross

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