This week Sara shares with you a recipe for a brownie that will become like your favorite sweater or hoodie. It’s the brownie that always makes you feel warm and right. With its rich chocolaty intensity and salty brine, it will fast become the brownie recipe you always reach for.
This week Sara shares salsa recipes for using dried chiles. Dried chile salsas make excellent choices in the winter of Wisconsin when the fresh ingredients, such as tomatoes and cilantro, are not exactly in season. These salsas are easy to make, they are inexpensive, and extremely versatile!
If you are looking for a way to warm up after a long day in the Wisconsin wind, or are clogged up with a cold and need to breath, this ginger hot toddy will make you remember that winter or the ickiness you are feeling is only temporary, and that the sun, the warmth, and good feelings will once again return.
This episode of Sara’s Table brings us back to the basics with a new recipe for a simple kitchen staple: Rice. Listen as Sara shares her recipe for Persian Rice, a dish that is sure to become a favorite around your house that also brings you back to basics and makes you remember what good food is supposed to taste like.
This week Sara’s Table takes us to Mexico for a traditional breakfast food that is a great way to use day-old leftover tortillas and is well known in the country as a fantastic hangover cure! Listen as Sara shares Martha Mata’s recipe for Chilaquiles.
This week Sara’s Table takes us to Veracruz, México for a homey and flavor-popping stew that will surely warm you up on a wintery day.