What happens every year yet never gets boring? Wrong! It’s New Year’s Eve dinner! I love to support local restaurants, but man, usually they are generic Disney: Big hype… mechanical let down. I stay closer to home on this holiday (not that some restaurants aren’t swinging a big bat). Beef tenderloin seared in clarified butter, […]
Chop Salad, Cobb Salad, Clean Out Your Fridge Salad. What ever you like to call it, it’s usually all the stuff that is hanging around your refrigerator. This one has avocado, bacon, feta, tomato, cucumber, hard boiled egg and red onion with a creamy honey vinaigrette.
With the cold weather on us, a good slow braise is always a welcome sight/taste. This one is beef and lamb braised in red wine with tomatoes, peas and parmesan. I did a spinach pasta with it. Green and red on the table. Very seasonal.
I seems like avocados are sticking around a little longer than normal. Great as the main bite in a black bean taco with Irish cheddar and Crystal.
If you were ever going to tie on an apron for a holiday, this one is it (sorry Bastille Day). The Show. Bird Day. The Feast. Big Eat. A twist on a classic, I did a rolled and stuffed breast with sausage, carrot, celery and onion. Cornbread dressing with backyard pecans, celery, raisins and mushrooms. […]
Moms rule. Even if you stole the recipe from them, put a few new tricks on it, fancied it up: it will never (shouldn’t ever) outshine the original. That’s not the point. A building needs the corner stone. It wouldn’t still be standing without it.