It's just Thanksgiving dinner. What could go wrong?
Ken Morris has been cooking for comfort for more than 30 years and learning in kitchens from Alaska to Thailand to Italy. He now cooks and wri…
Don't know what to cook for dinner? You'd be surprised what you can stir into an easy-to-make soup.
Food can influence your feelings so when daylight diminishes and you have to bring out your winter coat, you know that is a good time to make that great mood enhancer: stew.
Napa Valley food writer Ken Morris comes up with recipes for El Dia de Los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, which is widely celebrated in Napa Valley.
Ken Morris shares three different recipes for roasting the amazingly versatile chicken at home.
While some are already decorating for Halloween and planning on Christmas, early autumn has its own treats that should be enjoyed. Here are some recipes from Ken Morris for fall.
Dan the Wine Man Dawson suggests wines he'd pair with Ken Morris' fall flavored recipes.
This seems to happen to me every year: a gardener has too many cabbages in his plot. And, since he knows I like to cook, he is doing me a favo…
Dan the Wine Man Dawson comes up with three wines to pair with Ken Morris' Cooking for Comfort grilled fish recipes for Sept. 14, and they are not all whites.
Kale used to be cool. What happened? Ken Morris finds some recipes to give kale a second chance.
Ken Morris serves up grilling ideas for summer's last hurrah.
Everyone knows what a noodle is, right? And everyone knows what pasta is, right? And they are really the same thing, right? Nope, and it’s time to have that noodle and pasta talk that your parents should have given you years ago.
Melons are starting to appear in larger and large piles at the farmers market and you’re wondering, what can I do with them besides served them sliced as an easy dessert?
Dan Dawson comes up with wines that will make summer's tomatoes taste more "tomato-y."
When hot summer days it, try these no-cook sauces that let you stay away from the stove.
The word pesto means “pounded," and once you open yourself to all the possibilities of what you can pound, just about anything can be run through the food processor to fashion a pesto.
Ken Morris is always looking for a holiday to celebrate, even if that means importing a holiday from a foreign nation if it gives him an excuse to enjoy great food. This week he salutes Bastille Day with fête to prepare at home.
Einstein wrote, “… the laws of nature manifest a spirit which is vastly superior to man, and before which we, with our modest strength, must humbly bow.” Ken Morris thinks what he was trying to say is, “You can’t do better than fresh corn, so don’t overcook it.”
Dan Dawson comes up with wine suggestions to pair with Ken Morris' Cooking for Comfort story, "Picking the Perfect Peach Recipe," which ran on June 8.
What's a new potato and how should you prepare them? Ken Morris has answers.
Ken Morris shares recipes for three burgers, including the one he often dreams about.
Ken Morris comes up with three recipes that he would serve with summer's popular choice for wine, rosé.