Welcome to the birth of a new recipe/cooking column for the Billings Gazette. I would like this column to belong to the readers. Therefore, I …
Thank you to everyone who voted for me during the past few weeks of The Billings Gazette’s Cooking Columnist Contest. I am so excited and humb…
The first Montana trout ever cooked was probably at the time of the Lewis and Clark expedition, fried on a campfire in a rusty pan with buffal…
When you think of trout, you think of fly fishing in Montana.
Let’s begin with some meat musings. Not too long ago, hamburger was considered a “gateway meat,” containing a canine blend of ground fat with …
Think of hamburger, and what comes to mind for you?
Where is the ham in a hamburger?
The lingering scent of ethylene has we, the tomato whisperers, dreaming of visions of plump, vine-ripened, juicy tomatoes dancing in our heads.
My friend, Tom, smokes tomatoes.
There is nothing better than a homegrown tomato.
Juicy, ripe tomatoes, what is there not to love and enjoy?
This recipe makes four large wraps, but the recipe is easy enough to double if bigger appetites need more.
Dear readers: The recipes today are a very few of the many that you tried, liked and said so.
Dear Joyce: I have used this recipe for Applebee’s Oriental Chicken Salad Dressing sent in to your column by Renee Murdock. She said it was de…
Dear Joyce: Here’s an oldie (1980s) from your column you probably don’t remember.
Dear Joyce: This is a different cookie recipe.
Dear Joyce: Seems everyone has a cold potato salad recipe. I happen to like this hot German potato salad.
Dear Joyce: I tried this recipe and my family liked it.
Dear Joyce: This is a recipe I believe you don’t have.
LOS ANGELES — Every time a bartender at trendy Los Angeles fusion eatery Luna Park squeezes a shot of lime into a drink these days, owner Pete…