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Oatmeal

“Müesli” Oatmeal or How to Sweeten Up a Bowl of Steel Cut Oats

0 of 5 30 Minutes 4

Müesli is a Swiss-German word for mix. Bircher Müesli was introduced by the Swiss physician, Maximilian Bircher-Benner, for patients in his sanatorium called “Vital Force” that he opened in 1897. Serving a diet...

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crispy seas salt

Crispy Seasoned Sea Salt or How to Spice Up Your Life

0 of 5 10 Minutes 3 cups

Salt is an essential nutrient and crispy is the word we use to describe the sound of something light and thin. Blend herbs, spices, extra virgin olive oil and a good quality...

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Bone Broth

Building Flavors & the Power of Asian Inspired Bone Broth

0 of 5 2.5 Quarts

The Egyptians took spices to their graves as nourishment to sustain life and health. I think I will take a pint or two of bone broth with me when I...

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Extra crispy roasted Idaho potatoes

Extra Crispy Roasted Idaho Potatoes & Bitterly Delicious Garlicky Broccoli Rabe

0 of 5 40 Minutes 6 servings

Extra crispy roasted Idaho potatoes and bitterly delicious garlicky broccoli rabe is a dish where the ingredients speak for themself and where simplicity makes the dish. Just because I’m cooking...

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Zwetgschenwähe

The Perfect Swiss Plum Tart, aka, Zwetgschenwähe

0 of 5 40 Minutes

The perfect Swiss plum Tart, aka, Zwetgschenwähe is what I call a tradition over trend recipe. The first mentioning of a wähe in Switzerland was in 1556. I know you...

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sweet corn

Sweet Corn Polenta, Bacon, Hot Sauce & Soft Boiled Egg

5 of 5 10 Minutes 4 servings

I noticed one thing in stores, sweet corn is never sold by a great name. It’s simply called sweet corn and if you drive the country roads of Illinois, farmers...

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