Maureen McCabe

Maureen McCabe

Columbus Ohio / Hellooooo
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NYT Cooking: The main characters here are Gorgonzola and arugula, the first of which appears in a number of different pasta sauces, all unsurpassed for their creaminess. But in many instances, to me at least, Gorgonzola-based sauces tend to be too slick and rich. This makes the addition of the fresh-tasting spicy arugula from the supermarket even more welcome. Not only does it provide%...

NYT Cooking: In this savory, satisfying dinner, finely ground polenta and grated butternut squash are cooked together in one pot, the squash adding sweetness to the savory cornmeal. Then browned sausages and onions seasoned with rosemary and fennel seeds are spooned on top to round out the meal. It’s a dish simple enough for a weeknight, but the butternut squash makes it interesting en...

NYT Cooking: The beauty of this recipe lies in its simplicity. All you need is pasta, a lemon, a knob of butter, a generous pour of heavy cream and a hunk of the best Parmesan you can get your hands on.

NYT Cooking: The beef stew here will be unfamiliar to most cooks, though it has much in common with the classic American dish. It is Japanese in origin and loaded with the warmth of soy, ginger, sweetness (best provided by mirin, the sweet Japanese cooking wine, but sugar or honey will do, too), winter squash and the peel and juice of a lemon. These simple and delicious counter...

This recipe is the quickest, easiest way for you to have all the pleasure of gluten free cinnamon rolls. The house will smell amazing!

Like Mexican street corn? Turn it into a salad! This easy and delicious 15 minute Chili Lime Mexican Corn Salad is perfect for game day or tailgating! Great for Mexican night too!