Fall squash are some of my favorite ingredients to work with. Spanning from soups to stew, roasted to mashed, there is no shortage of preparations. So one afternoon, I was looking at a few delicata squash on my counter and asked a very simple question. Why not fried?
My general philosophy (one of many) in life is: fried = good and beer battered + fried = better.
Description: It is that time of year when squash are everywhere. It’s also New York so people who live here are constantly on the move. So can we take some squash and turn them into a quick snack for a hectic lifestyle. Queue up these roasted squash seeds. […]
You go in your your local grocery store and see a 2 foot long squash. It is thin, green and says “cucuzza.” If you had Italian grandparents growing up you might be familiar with this food. I called my mom for suggestions on preparation and was told when she was a kid her family would dip in a light batter and fry them up. Below is my easy to prepare recipe for Cucuzza squash.
By Seth Fera-Schanes Have your weekend snacking activities become mundane? Are you in an endless cycle of chips and salsa, string cheese or pita and hummus? Well, I have the perfect solution for you. In as little as 10 minutes you can elevate your everyday snack to gourmet […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Here is a fact. I like Brussels Sprouts. They have a nice pungent taste, can be used in a number of dishes and remind me of Fall. Here is another fact. I like Guinness. It has a nice strong taste and I like to drink […]
It is mid-July and our summer libation list is growing. We are pleased to bring you Sparkling Peach Sangria which is perfect for a weekend rooftop get together with friends.