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Liana Krissoff

Liana Krissoff
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Just for fun, Liana, her daughter and her mother like to make butter in an old glass Dazey churn.

Liana Krissoff
Liana's Featured Recipe
Jerk Chicken Wings

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Liana Krissoff is the author of five cookbooks: Canning for a New Generation: Bold, Fresh Flavors for the Modern Pantry (a revised and expanded edition of which will be published next year); the gluten-free Vegetarian for a New Generation: Seasonal Vegetable Dishes for Vegetarians, Vegans, and the Rest of UsWhole Grains for a New Generation: Light Dishes, Hearty Meals, Sweet Treats, and Sundry Snacks for the Everyday CookHot Drinks for Cold Nights: Great Hot Chocolates, Tasty Teas, and Cozy Coffee Drinks; and Secrets of Slow Cooking: Creating Extraordinary Food with Your Slow Cooker.She has been a freelance writer, cookbook editor, copyeditor, and recipe tester for over a decade in New York City, Florida, Georgia, and Nebraska, and now lives in Morgantown, West Virginia, with her husband and daughter. .

 

Liana's blog is pieandbeer.wordpress.com

 

Latest Recipes

Old-Fashioned Blackberry Jelly

Learning how to make jelly can be incredibly useful when spring and summer roll around - not to mention delicious. This Old-Fashioned Blackberry Jelly tastes best when using wild blackberries and gathering them is perfect excuse to spend some time outdoors. This particular jelly recipe also calls for lemon juice, resulting in a tart, fresh flavor. An old-fashioned recipe like this is a great activity to do with kids - they'll especially love helping to gather the blackberries! If you're looking for a way to use up your fresh berries before they go bad, this blackberry recipe's for you.

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Spicy Soy-Glazed Short Ribs

These ribs can be served as a snack or party dish, hot or at room temperature. They’re also good warmed up the next day in a 375°F oven ...

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Jerk Chicken Wings

These Caribbean-influenced wings are a bit sweet and very spicy. Be careful when working with Scotch bonnet chiles: Wear plastic gloves ...

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All-Day Marinara Sauce

The slow cooker is the ideal vessel for long, slow marinara sauce. You don’t have to watch it on the stove to keep it from boiling too h...

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Easiest Corn Chowder

If you have a craving for corn chowder that’s been brewing all winter, spring, and early summer, this will satisfy it. If you’ve been ea...

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Posole Rojo

If you’d prefer to use dried hominy instead of canned, add 1½ cups (about 10 ounces) to the slow cooker right at the beginning of the co...

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Cincinnati-Style Chili

My husband, Derek, introduced me to Cincinnati chili when we lived in Louisville, which is as close as I’ve ever gotten to spending any t...

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Ribollita

When I worked at a publishing company on Park Avenue South in Manhattan, I used to splurge (if several lunches a week can be called splur...

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Classic Strawberry Preserves

Whole strawberries in a thick but not gelled syrup can be gently flattened onto split biscuits or spooned over any number of creamy thing...

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Braciole

Bracioles are thinly sliced and pounded meat rolled up with a filling of some sort (it could be fresh herbs, a thin omelet, cooked spinac...

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Baby Artichokes with Lemon and Olive Oil

This recipe is adapted from one in Eugenia Bone's excellent book Well-Preserved. These artichokes and the Roasted Red Peppers are the onl...

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Osso Buco

Shank meat (you could also use lamb instead of veal) becomes velvety and tender when simmered slowly in a colorful fresh vegetable sauce....

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Pickled Asparagus

Blanch any tender trimmings from the bottom of the stalks and freeze them in freezer bags. Or, as an alternative, cook the trimmings in b...

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Lamb Tagine with Golden Raisins

This is a French Moroccan–inspired stew in which nuggets of lamb, redolent of cinnamon, are cooked until the meat is so tender it practi...

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Pickling Spice

To make your own pickling spice, combine all of the following (or some mustard seeds, peppercorns, and dill seeds, plus as many of the re...

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Chicken & Dumplings

This is a somewhat unusual, but still very comforting, version of the classic celery-carrot-pea dish. Here I leave the bones in the chic...

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North Indian Carrot Pickle

This powerful, spicy refrigerator pickle is great with rice, lentils, plain yogurt, or any dal.

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Chicken with Walnuts & Pomegranate

Serve this rich sweet-sour braised chicken dish over plain basmati rice or, better, Persian rice with a shard of tahdig (the buttery cru...

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Cioppino

Cioppino is a specialty of Genoans in San Francisco, and it’s a riotous stew of all kinds of seafood cooked with vegetables, wine, and to...

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Brandied Sweet Cherries with Red Wine

So easy and rewarding! You don't even have to process these; just store them in the refrigerator, where they'll keep for at least a coupl...

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Double-Chocolate Apricot Bread Pudding

This is also delicious with dried cherries or raisins instead of apricots. My fella, Derek, eats bites of the buttery top layer as it’s c...

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The Perfect Sidecar

The sidecar is one of my favorite cocktails-tart and just a little sweet, It's warming in wintertime and refreshing in the summer. You ca...

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Brandy Sauce

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Roast Cornish Hens with Brandied Cherries

Cornish hens, which are actually nothing more than small chickens, are not only tasty (The breast meat stays moist with roasting at high ...

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Old-Fashioned Oatmeal

Put the ingredients in the slow cooker right before bed, and the oatmeal will be ready when you wake up six or eight hours later. It’ll h...

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Long-Fermented Kosher Dill Pickles

This is the pickle, the real thing. Two or three weeks may seem like a long time to tend to a crock of pickles, but the actual work invol...

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Kimchi

There are so many variations on this Korean ferment that it was difficult to narrow the choices down to one recipe. Basically, you can ma...

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