Lobster Risotto Under Pressure

Mike shows how easy it is to make Lobster Risotto in a multicooker and in a stovetop pressure cooker. Ingredients 2 Tbsp Butter 2 Tbsp Olive Oil Finely Chopped Onion 1 Cup Arborio Rice Salt Meat from a small cooked lobster 1/4 Cup Grated Parmesan Black Pepper 2 Cups...

Summer Salad Dressings

Salad Dressings Summer is here, and our gardens are producing beautiful fresh vegetables! Dress up your salads (or roasted veggies, or fish, or steak…) with some classic salad dressings – homemade, with no corn syrup or preservatives. We have three easy classics...

POPSICLES

  Is there anything more refreshing on a hot summer day than a popsicle? There’s a heatwave in Maine this week which means we’re headed to the freezer for this week’s cooking demo.  Popsicles are simple to make and especially easy to modify based on what you have...

A Trifecta of Seafood Dips

A Trifecta of Seafood Dips (Plus a Bonus Non-seafood Dip!) It’s Maine, it’s summer, it’s time for seafood… All of these wonderful dips can be served any time of year, of course, and they can all be heated and served hot, though the first two are going to be served...

Cream Scones with Mike

Cream Scones with Currants Adapted from The New Best Recipe, by the editors of Cook’s Illustrated One of Mike’s favorite breakfast baking recipes. These scones look fancy, but they’re easy to whip up quickly in the morning to wow the late risers....

Cool Down with Gazpacho

Gazpacho This classic, cold Spanish summer soup is so refreshing! Serve as an appetizer, or in place of a salad.  Offer it along with a Spanish tortilla (potato omelet) or other light fare. Or take it on a picnic at the beach or on a boat – just be sure to keep...

Hand Pies – Kid Friendly Virtual Cooking Demo

  Vanessa and her kids were be back in our demo kitchen for this week’s Virtual Cooking Demo via Facebook Live. They made hand pies not 1, not 2, but 3 ways. Two savories, and one sweet.  These make great hands-on lunches for kids. Our chefs will be using...

Maple Chili Shrimp in Blankets

It’s here! The Maine Bicentennial Cookbook with our very own Louisa Edgerton’s Maple Chili Shrimp in Blankets recipe on page 61. Louisa demonstrated this recipe during our weekly cooking demo on June 18, 2020 at 4:30pm via Facebook Live. Follow along with...

Simple Paella

  While a traditional Paella pan works best for this recipe, if you find yourself without one you can also use an ovenproof skillet.  This recipe can be sized up or sized down. It’s easy to bulk up to feed a crowd, but can also be made for two people and many...

Wontons-at-Home

Almost every culture around the world has some sort of dumpling in their culinary line-up. In Italy they’re called ravioli or tortellini, in Poland they’re pierogi, and in China they are wontons. Wontons can be prepared in a number of ways – steamed, fried, in...

Butter Chicken & Naan

  Butter Chicken & Naan This creamy, delicious Indian dish is simple to make – and fabulous! It’s called Butter Chicken, not because it’s full of that ingredient, but because of its rich, creamy sauce. Serve with rice and/or naan bread. (I’m including...

No-Knead Bread

Adapted from Jim Lahey, Sullivan Street Bakery Time: About 1½ hours plus 14 to 20 hours’ rising Single Batch 3 cups all-purpose or bread flour, more for dusting (try ½ whole wheat/½white) ¼ teaspoon instant yeast 1¼ teaspoons salt 1? cups water Cornmeal or wheat bran...

Crab & Corn Chowder

Louisa will be making this Crab & Corn Chowder recipe on Facebook Live Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 4:30pm. Hope you can join the fun! You can make lots of variations using this same basic recipe – all you really need to call it “chowder” are the dairy and...

Energy Bites — Kid Friendly Virtual Cooking Class

  A kid-friendly virtual cooking class! Vanessa and her helpers (her kids!) will lead us through the super simple steps to make these fun and healthy treats. The great thing about energy balls is that they use easy to find ingredients you may already have in your...

Brownies from Scratch

Virtual Cooking Class | Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 4:30pm on Facebook Live Who doesn’t love a brownie? Sure, you can buy a mix, add eggs and oil and they’re pretty good… But now that we have all this time on our hands, we’re going to make them from scratch – and...

Ceviche!

Join us via Facebook Live on Thursday, April 30, 2020 to follow along while Louisa makes this delicious, fresh dish. When I was in Mexico a few years ago, we had ceviche every day at lunch and dinner – we couldn’t get enough of this fresh, light, healthy...

Caesar-Style Gnocchi Salad with Slow Roasted Tomatoes

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Quiche Lorraine Virtual Cooking Class

The big key here is mastering the pie dough. If the first one doesn’t come out perfect, keep trying! Once you get comfortable making pie crust, the sky’s the limit! You can make quiche, pies (pot pies, fruit pies, cream pies, etc), tarts, galettes, hand pies and more!...

Homemade Lobster Mac & Cheese

Our weekly virtual cooking classes continue! Louisa will be whipping up some lobster mac & cheese (and other variations, too!) on Facebook Live Thursday, April 16, 2020 at 4:30pm. Follow the recipe below if you’d like to cook alongside her! Full video...

Virtual Sushi Party

Louisa was back in our demo kitchen via Facebook Live on Thursday, April 9, 2020 to get her roll on. Her sushi roll that is! Make rice ahead and you can join in the fun right along with her. Learn more about this virtual class...