Christy Woolum

Christy Woolum

www.gatheringaroundthetable.blogspot.com
northern Idaho / I enjoy surrounding myself with beauty. I pin it, photograph it, and write about it. I also share it on my blog at http://www.gatheringaroundthetable.com/
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This crock pot camp stew recipe is the perfect comfort food for family dinners! Thick and hearty made with ground beef! The perfect slow cooker meal that is quick and easy to make!

This crock pot camp stew recipe is the perfect comfort food for family dinners! Thick and hearty made with ground beef! The perfect slow cooker meal that is quick and easy to make & a great recipe for the dutch oven when camping.

NYT Cooking: These wildly popular cookies were developed by Alison Roman for her cookbook, “Dining In: Highly Cookable Recipes.” “I’ve always found chocolate chip cookies to be deeply flawed (to know this about me explains a lot),” she writes. “Too sweet, too soft, or with too much chocolate, there’s a lot of room for improvement, if you ask me. But no one asked me, and rather than do a complete overhaul on...

NYT Cooking: These wildly popular cookies were developed by Alison Roman for her cookbook, “Dining In: Highly Cookable Recipes.” “I’ve always found chocolate chip cookies to be deeply flawed (to know this about me explains a lot),” she writes. “Too sweet, too soft, or with too much chocolate, there’s a lot of room for improvement, if you ask me. But no one asked me, and rather than do a complete overhaul on...

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NYT Cooking: Here is an adaptation of the Korean braised-short-rib stew known as galbijjim, a staple of neighborhood potlucks and church suppers and, in the words of the Los Angeles chef Roy Choi, “that meal from home that every Korean kid says his or her mom does best.” His recipe (well, my version of his recipe, which is his version of his mom’s) is rich and deeply flavored, thickly sauced and pungent wit...

NYT Cooking: Here is an adaptation of the Korean braised-short-rib stew. In the words of the Los Angeles chef Roy Choi, “that meal from home that every Korean kid says his or her mom does best.

NYT Cooking: Spicy and sweet, this Peruvian stew is rich with apples and onions and scented with chiles, lime and cloves. It’s not at all difficult to make, and it takes less time than you would think, about two hours from start to finish. As you brown the pork on all sides in a pot, sauté the onions and apples with the chiles, bay leaves and cloves in another. Combine everything and braise until the pork i...

Peruvian Pork Stew - NYT Cooking: Spicy and sweet, this Peruvian stew is rich with apples and onions and scented with chiles, lime and cloves.

NYT Cooking: This recipe comes from Cheryl Rogowski, whose family has been farming the rich black earth on their patch of Orange County, N.Y., for more than 50 years. They started growing Keuka Golds because the two best-known potatoes in the country — russets and Yukon Golds — did not grow well there. Keukas have yellow flesh, rich flavor and pale skin like Yukons, but they can handle the region’s drastic ...

NYT Cooking: This recipe comes from Cheryl Rogowski, whose family started growing Keuka Golds because Keukas have yellow flesh, rich flavor and pale skin like Yukons,

This Easy No Knead Cinnamon Raisin Artisan Bread is crusty on the outside, tender and fluffy on the inside and packed with sweet cinnamon flavour and juicy raisins. It's SO easy to make this bakery-style loaf at home in your own kitchen!