Monthly Archives: September 2014
The marriage of two wonderful ingredients I have come to understand and appreciate the love of all things chocolate. This from a woman who does not crave or care much for chocolate. As I know this is a favorite...
Zucchinis Whether you grow your own garden or tend to pick up fresh local produce at farmer's markets, it's difficult to miss the Zucchini surplus of late summer and early fall. These prolific squash are easy to grow and fun to...
Roasting chicken in the oven There is a big difference between roasting and braising. The two may be different, but both can be done in the oven. You can roast our food or simply braise it. It is important...
Bowl of Tomatoes - The start of the transformation I love this part of the late summer which produces the sun ripened tomatoes that are always offered from the neighborhood gardens. This week I had a plenty of small...
Bushel of Apples Following my last post, I was asked about a favorite Apple Pie Recipe. I am not a pie gal, so it is rare than I will make or order this treat. I do remember that...
Garlic How much thought do you typically give to the question of what's the best way to cook with garlic? Do you fully understand and appreciate that garlic isn't just for scaring away for vampires or giving certain foods that immediately...
Apple Crumble Apples in the Orchard Fall is in the air. A favorite season for crisp apples and a new bounty in the harvest. A family favorite with a stepped up topping to make it even more interesting. This...
Cookware You've just returned home from your honeymoon. You've finally secured your first home. You found the perfect partner and have moved in together, or maybe you're honing your skills for that upcoming audition to the next Hell's Kitchen. Dinner...
Hatch Chile Casserole In this quest for healthy, I am always looking for new recipes with layers of flavor. One of my favorite Chef’s in the one and only Nancy Waldeck introduced me to Hatch Chilies and yet another...
"First Prize Pies" by Allison Kave Pie is arguably the most classic, homey sort of dessert there is. Almost nobody doesn't like pie, but let's be honest -- the traditional standbys of apple and pumpkin can get a little...
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