BLOG | This Supper

My grandfather was a tremendous cook. From pies to roast turkeys, a meal wasn’t complete unless there were floured handprints on the cherry cabinets and bowls littering the granite countertops.

BLOG | How to Host a Harvest

“Don’t you just love New York in the fall?” The rhythm of the city settles back into its routine of the weekday grind. Restaurant tables once vacated during slow summer weekends resume their weekend brunch rituals, becoming cluttered with bloody marys and sparkling mimosas. Football games take over the TV screens at local bars, where loyal…

BLOG | 5 Tips for Easy Dinner Parties

One of my most favorite things to do is to make dinner for friends and family. I love hearing the commentary and conversation that develop when you set food on the table. And then there’s that perfect moment when the chairs are pushed in and everyone raises their glass to cheers one another. It signifies the…

Maple Roasted Bar Nuts

One of my favorite weekly rituals (and I warn you, I have many), is to come home on a Monday after work and make a tray of these roasted nuts. I’ll pour a glass of wine when they’re done and then go sit and watch the news or read a magazine. To me, it’s the…

Lemon Roasted Chicken with Confetti Potatoes

If you’re intimated just by the thought of roasting a whole chicken, I urge you to continue reading. This will be the easiest, no-hassle meal you’ll ever make and it will go a long way. The best part is that this little bird only costs $10 and you can stretch it all week long. Are…

Simply Seared Bay Scallops

Psst… You’re viewing the No. 1 Google ranked Fieldhouse Kitchen recipe. Don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter, everydayFK, to join the party and get more great recipes. Ah summer in New England. So fleeting and short lived. These bay scallops, paired with a glass (or two) of Sauvignon Blanc, bring me back to…