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Panko-Crusted Pork Chop and Spicy Caramel Apples

Award-winning, Miami, Florida-based Chef Adrianne Calvohas decided to infuse her trademark Maximum Flavor into President’s Day by putting her own delicious twist on a 123-year-old recipe straight from the White House Cookbook! The original dish, Pork Chop and Fried Apples, has been reinvented as Chef...

Classic Waldorf Salad, Frank & Albert’s Waldorf Salad and Wright’s Waldorf Salad

It has been my pleasure to stay and dine at the Arizona Biltmore several times. Each time has been memorable. I really enjoy the history that goes with the Waldorf   Salads that are being served now with crisp apples. Apple Season, Bite into a “Re-Invented” Waldorf Salad Apples are crisp and delicious at...

George Vanderbilt’s Favorite Turkey and Cornbread Dressing

Serves eight to ten George Vanderbilt’s Favorite Turkey and Cornbread Dressing Ingredients:• 20–25 pound turkey • Cornbread, prepared • 6 buttermilk biscuits, prepared • 1 dozen eggs, hard-boiled • 1 cup chopped onion • 1 cup chopped celery • 1/4 cup ground sage • Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to...

Celebrate Thanksgiving the Way the Vanderbilts Enjoyed Including Recipes

Having visited Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC numerous times, I had the opportunity to interview the winemaker, chefs, gardener, and florist. I’ve a file full of recipes they have shared. However, this article is from the Biltmore Estate and has a lot of history with it. So, please know I am passing on...

Phoenix Stockyards Restaurant and 1889 Saloon and Bison Recipe

Stepping back in time is what happens when you enter The Stockyards Restaurant. This Phoenix landmark was Arizona’s original steakhouse, aptly named The Stockyards Restaurant and 1889 Saloon. Even though restored in 2005, it has retained a feel of the Old West. At the same time, it is regaining a reputation...

Solothurn Wine Soup From Switzerland

Switzerland is comprised of four official regions and many cantons within regions. The four languages are French, Germa, Italian and Romantsch. Each have distinctive and shared food traditions. I’m currently on a Culinary Tour and experiencing many, but certainly not all. I’ll just have to go back. Where...

All About Fondue from Switzerland

It is chilly today in Phoenix. Not in comparison to colder climates, but for Arizona 50 degrees with the sun shinning is cold. When I received an e-mail from MySwitzerland, the fondue looked especially good. I know we have written about fondue before, but I wanted to share the following from Switzerland....

Oyster Rolls Recipe from Monroe Family Recipes & Ash Lawn-Highland Video

When The Hill Team was in Charlottesville, VA, on an International Food Wine & Travel Association Press Trip, we were fortunate to visit Ash Lawn-Highland, home of James and Elizabeth Monroe. As the fifth President of the United States, he is remembered as a statesman. However, he considered himself a...

Tastes-Recipe Camp Apple Crisp-HD Trail Riders BCHA

On April 2 we posted the recipe for the Mexican Corn Casserole of the High Desert Trail Riders Back Country Horsemen Association by Lynn Dwyer. April 6 brought you Brenda Cordonnnier’s Sour Cream Beef or Chicken Enchiladas. Today we are going to featureCarole Hopkins Camp Apple Crisp. As mentioned...