This is quick and easy to make: perfect for a weeknight.
Because the best things in life are simple
Here’s a simple and delicious way to cook shrimp, perfect for a quick weeknight supper but also impressive for a special occassion.
This Turkish dish is similar to eggplant parmesan but without the cheese and without as much work.
It’s like a giant, luxurious, but surprisingly light, arancini.
After work I felt like cooking, so I went shopping and came home and whipped this up in about 90 minutes (I used left over tomato sauce). All of the recipes except for the beet recipe have been posted on Rootsliving. So, I’m posting a […]
We were hungry. I had eggplant, zucchini, some leftover cheddar cheese and a new block of Parmesan Reggiano in the refrigerator. All day long I thought of those ingredients and asked myself what I could make for dinner. Around 4 p.m., the answer came to […]
This recipe is time consuming but it’s well worth the wait. I found it on Epicurious. Cookbook author Rick Rodgers said the editors of Bon Appétit magazine asked him to create the ultimate version of braised short ribs and this is what he came up […]
This is savory and sweet: perfect as a meal or as a dessert.
This is easy to make, especially if you buy the lobsters already cooked.
This could be an appetizer for many or a meal for six, served with a salad.
The time and effort is worth it to make the best roast beef for sandwiches you ever had.
(Special thanks to professional food photographer Russell French for photographing this meal. His photos appear courtesy of Russell French Studio.) This is one of my prized recipes. My grandmother, Bruna, used to make this and it was my favorite dish when I was a little […]