Video & TV
We are having a lot of fun developing some short webisodes for you using the flip camera. We call these Heirloom Tips because they are traditional techniques that have been handed down through the generations , and for good reason--they work!
Often we hear that technique is something that’s taken for granted by older generations who had the advantage of watching their grandparents cook on a regular basis. Video is the ideal way to hand these traditions down so that many more people can enjoy really wonderful food. Let us know if there’s a family tip or trick that you think is worth sharing.
Here is just a short teaser that J.P. Lipa, our director of photography, threw together of some absolutely stunning shots. Enjoy!
Enjoy this clip from the shoot of our Thanksgiving Special.
We love our Kyocera Mandolin!
An early summer dessert that uses the abundance of the season - rhubarb and eggs!
A Tribute to my sweet guinea hen, Uni.
Pesto Rubbed Pork Tenderloin, Tarragon-Chive Pasta Salad and Strawberries in Mint Simple Syrup.
Avgolemono, Asian-style and traditional chicken soups are all winners!
Here's a do-ahead menu that will allow you to enjoy your guests!
Gift Ideas from the Kitchen - Ginger Pennies, Sugar Cookie Christmas Trees and Vanilla Scented Walnuts.
A quick demo on how to pipe ginger pennies using a gallon plastic baggie.
A tribute to Carole's favorite childhood meal: Breaded Chicken Cutlets.
Carole shares a few tricks for making caramel apples, spiderweb cupcakes and chocolate-covered pretzels with ease.