What’s Cooking: Swordfish Puttanesca

Some people have a tough time when it comes to creative, delicious fish recipes, but Chef Stefano Cipollone from Cicily’s Pastaria and Grill is offering one great way to fix a delicious dinner with swordfish, a type of fish that’s not too common. Ingredients: Fresh swordfish Anchovies Black olives Kalamata olives Chili flakes Marinara sauce … Continue reading »

What’s Cooking: Homemade Pesto

MEDFORD, Ore. — Many gardens are starting to fade; and so is some of the enthusiasm for finding things to do with the abundance of what the garden produces. One of basil’s most common uses is pesto and it’s very easy to make. To do it on your own at home, it’s fairly simple: Take a … Continue reading »

What’s Cooking: Banana Split

The culinary class at Grants Pass High School has been recognized for their skills, and now they are sharing a top-notch dessert with NewsWatch12. Justice Prosise and Liz Lowell show us how to make a banana split with caramelized pineapple.   Ingredients: ½ peeled, cored, diced pineapple 2 oz. Baker sugar 1 oz. butter 1 … Continue reading »

What’s Cooking

3 Vegetable Galett & Pork Tenderloin Several Southern Oregon high schools have top-notch cooking classes, including Grants Pass high school. In fact, those students recently won awards for their cooking skills. One of those award-winning recipes is “what’s cooking” in this segment, presented by Student Chef Gabe Hennings. 1 oz olive oil 2×6 oz pork … Continue reading »

What’s Cooking: Cioppino

July 14, 2011 MEDFORD, Ore. — Cioppino is a fish stew originating in San Francisco, developed by Italian-American fisherman. Fishermen in the 1800’s invented a type of fish stew by “chipping in” whatever they caught each day, which is one theory about where the dish gets it’s name – “Cioppino”. One of Medford’s newest restaurants … Continue reading »

What’s Cooking: Pear Custard Pie

October 20, 2011 Autumn is here bringing an abundance of apples and pears. Chef Elise Passante of Inti Restaurant is showing us how to bring those fall flavors together in a pear custard pie. Use 5 to 6 boss pears. Slice pears in semi-circle and lay out slices in the piecrust, in the pan. Then, … Continue reading »

What’s Cooking: Pumpkin Pie

What would Thanksgiving be without the perfect pumpkin pie? Getting it perfect amidst a busy kitchen when the heat is on can be tough, but not if you have the secrets of a pro. NewsWatch 12’s Danielle Craig is in Larson’s Kitchen with Jim Potter, the owner of Rooster’s, as he shares his secrets. Makes … Continue reading »