Treat your sweetie with homemade, delicious treats!
Try this recipe for a hearty classic loaded with tender veggies, chicken, egg noodles and robust flavor that puts the stock front-and-center.
The tomato and avocado stack recipe is well suited to bring to a party.
Recipe provided by Robin Kurss (Buffalo Spree resident expert baker)
Looking to make something a little different this season? Try these delicious DIY treats!
Chef George's favorite recipes for utilizing the season's abundant bounty
Combine pear, cherries and raspberries in a bowl and pour the hot liquor over. Stir and let sit for half hour.
This scrumptious kuchen is a perfect with a hot beverage to warm you up on a winter's day!
Looking to make something a little different? These Brazilian treats taste and sound fancier than they really are, but no one needs to know that. Similar to truffles, but made of caramelized condensed milk and flavored with good quality chocolate, this recipe from Saveur calls for stove-top …
Here’s a low-stress recipe for all to enjoy! These confections keep beautifully for weeks in the refrigerator in tightly sealed containers. For gifting, just pop a dozen or so in a festive cellophane bag and tie with a curly ribbon. For the love of all that’s holly, buy decent bourbon becaus…
Whenever our family gathered, my mother or one of my aunts baked a cherry cake. We assumed it was from a recipe my maternal grandmother brought over from “the old country.”
One of the best souvenirs you can bring home from a trip is a recipe. Though I visited the beautiful country of Wales over ten years ago, our family still enjoys these tasty treats, and I hope yours will, too.
Chef Joe George's exotic wing recipes are perfect for game day
Make piecrust: Place flour, salt and sugar in food processor. Pulse to combine. Add butter and pulse till butter is the size of peas. Add water while pulsing just till combined and dough comes toge
(originally published in Buffalo Spree's cookbook, Food for Four Seasons: Recipes from Buffalo's Restaurants.)
As with any liquid that contains alcohol, cooking with beer takes some thought and practice. With the right amount and proper technique (and a bit of experimentation) a dish made with beer will contain only mild nuances of the beverage. On the other hand, if too much beer is added or it bec…
Ingredients: Strawberries 1 pint of ice cream 1 cup of whipped cream 6 tablespoons cointreau
This recipe is courtesy of my good friend and colleague Chef Ruth DeLillo, who is Executive chef at the Westwood Country Club.