Category: Home Cooking
Pozole Verde! YUM, but I’d never made it and wasn’t sure if I could. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr said, “A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” This is a bit of what dining and cooking […]
Tonight, I created a Thai-Inspired Corn Chowder with corn, white onions, lime juice, red and yellow bell pepper, salt, pepper, garlic, powdered ginger, red Thai curry, chicken broth, and coconut milk. Between sips of soup, Anthony said, “you’ve got to post this soup.” We loved […]
Once in awhile, I just have to give myself a little pat on the back for a job well-done. As a self-described foodie, I also LOVE to cook — especially for my loved ones. A week ago, my dad — who lives 3000 miles across […]
Easy Roasted Parsley-Crusted Pork Loin and Potatoes Set oven at 350 and bake for 45-50 minutes until the pork’s internal temperature reads at least 145 degrees.
Are you one of us who becomes energized by the aroma of sizzling bacon? The pop. The sizzle. The aroma. It’s no wonder that bacon — with all its wonderful sensory qualities – has found its way from the breakfast table and the BLT into […]
It’s Sunday morning. I wake up and sleepily shuffle into the kitchen, mutter a groggy good morning to my sweetie, Anthony, and I start making my morning pot of fresh sleep-zapping coffee. I run the water first to dampen the sound of the coffee bag […]
Like bitters, simple syrups are essential additions to your home bar “spice rack.” I make my own!
A pungent vegetable, asparagus is a difficult food item to pair with other flavors. I find that adding a sour to an asparagus balances the flavors nicely.
My first attempt at harissa. Turned out great! The recipe is forthcoming as soon as I perfect it.
As a child, I turned my little nose up at any form of slaw! The irony is that slaw always smelled wonderfully fragrant; however, I refused to touch it. Like many kids, I turned away from what some kids considered “yucky foods” like rabbit, anchovy, […]