How To: Cook A Ramp Slurry

From mid-April to mid-May, the most glorious of the onion family grows on the wet hillsides of West Virginia (and several other, lesser states): ramps. Ramps are a delicacy that aren’t for everyone. Those steering clear include weaklings, children, cowards, the gutless, and other assorted weenies who can’t deal with this wild onion’s particular potency.…

The Cheap-Ass Gourmet – Roast Chicken with Roasted Potatoes and Braised Greens

The last time I did a cooking post, I got a nice email from a reader that was also a student.  She complained that even though she wanted to learn how to cook, some of the recipes I posted required either an expensive trip to the store (e.g.: turkey with red & green mole) or…