Coca-Cola marinated Pork Shortribs with Maple Honey-mustard Glaze

Ribs are a summer favorite and over the years I have developed a method of delivering consistently moist, tasty ribs. Whether beef or pork, the way to good ribs is to brine. Brining begins the process of breaking down the tough connective tissue in the ribs. Cooking them low and slow, in the oven orContinue reading “Coca-Cola marinated Pork Shortribs with Maple Honey-mustard Glaze”

ErinGoScratch Recipe: Bacon Wrapped Buffalo Turkey Meatloaf

…with Alabama white sauce (recipe at bottom of page). Meatloaf is a retro dish that remains relevant today because it can be tweaked and adapted to suit any taste. It is a humble meal that can be elevated to “restaurant quality” status with a few simple tips. 1, Keep it moist- turkey is a meatContinue reading “ErinGoScratch Recipe: Bacon Wrapped Buffalo Turkey Meatloaf”

ErinGoScratch Recipe: Rustic Chicken Cacciatore

Chicken Cacciatore is an Italian is a hearty, rustic hunters stew slow cooked,with onions, peppers, tomatoes, herbs, garlic, capers and wine, simmered down to a mellow perfection. This rustic chicken cacciatore’s aroma is heavenly and just one bite is going to make you feel like you are in Tuscany overlooking the vineyards eating a marvellousContinue reading “ErinGoScratch Recipe: Rustic Chicken Cacciatore”

“What’s Cooking in the Tiny Kitchen” of ErinGoScratch 2018

Our goal in ErinGoScratch’s Tiny Kitchen is to show home cooks how to take advantage of locally sourced ingredients and use them to create restaurant quality meals. If you have a passion for food, check out some of our tips and recipes CLICK HERE Enjoy this short video (1:58 min) of some of the dishesContinue reading ““What’s Cooking in the Tiny Kitchen” of ErinGoScratch 2018”

Homemade Chicken Soup on a Snowy NYC Day

The mythical properties attributed to homemade chicken soup, an elixir of the soul and such, are true. It is truly something that is greater than the sum of it’s parts. There are few new tricks in the chicken soup world.  I add fresh chopped celery leaves at the end, but I don’t pretend I amContinue reading “Homemade Chicken Soup on a Snowy NYC Day”