Pot pies are the one exception to my personal rules of waterfowl cookery. Medium-rare just doesn’t work in a pot pie. The duck breast morsels must be slowly cooked until they are fall-apart tender before you add them to the pie, otherwise they will be tough and chewy when the dish comes out of the…

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Try making this smoked duck, which if you don’t smoke yourself can be found at the meat or deli counter of most gourmet markets and butchers. The smoke with the blue cheese is tasty. Plus, you can upgrade your regular burger bun for a crusty baguette or soft pita bread, as shown in the picture.…

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Brine is easy to make and you don’t need to buy the pre-made stuff from the store. Use this for any fowl to enhance flavor and to retain moistness.

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Ravioli are little round or square pillows of noodle dough filled with an assortment of cheeses, meats and/or vegetables. This recipe pretty much fits the definition with the exception of the word “little”. Little ravioli prepared the traditional way take hours to prepare. This big monster ravioli is quick, easy and it’ll make your friends…

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