With fall upon us, now is a great time to get outside, fire up your smoker, grab a glass of wine and get ready to eat.
/ by Jonathan Ammons / photography by Eli Warren Behold, the sweet potato, an ancient staple of the Americas. The unique tuber was first introduced to Europe via Spain through the pillaging of the conquistadors as they clawed through Central...
/ story and photography by Pete Martin I’m ready to get out and I bet you are, too. As many of us emerge from this past year, I envision a summer filled with impromptu get-togethers of good friends, tasty food...
/ by Stephanie Burnette / recipes by Chef Javier Uriarte / photography by Forrest Clonts You may not fly to South America this summer, but you can drive over to Columbia for a taste of Peru. Chef Javier Uriarte opened his first...
story and photography by Pete Martin Let’s face it: many people are easily overwhelmed when choosing a wine. Most wine stores have a daunting selection that can challenge even a seasoned wine drinker. Nathan Luginbill, a certified sommelier, and his business...
by Jonathan Ammons photography by Eli Warren Do you ever pass a jar on the shelf in the grocery store, and wonder just what it is that makes pine nuts worth their weight in gold? These little explosions of flavor can...
by Stephanie Burnette recipes by Chef Shawn Kelly photography by Forest Clonts Midday dining seems surmountable with time and quality recipes at hand. We asked Fork and Plough’s Chef Shawn Kelly to jump in on our latest preoccupation: brunch planned around beer....
/ by Jonathan Ammons  / photo by Christopher Joy It is a fruit as quirky as its name, and one that has been criminally underutilized for centuries, the kumquat. Hailing from southeast Asia, the Chinese name for the tart ball...
/ by Stephanie Burnette / recipes by Chef Philip Bollhoefer / Photography and styling by  Chelsea Lane Photography There is no reason not to cook duck at home. It’s poultry, something most of us excel at cooking in our kitchens. If...
/ by Lynn Greenlaw   / photography by Chelsey Ashford Book discussion groups such as the one I belong to have been popular for quite a long time.  Ours is called the Random Readers and it has been in existence for...