I was driving down one of the busiest streets in the very center of Stamford, Connecticut, about two weeks ago when out of the corner of my eye, I sensed a blur of vibrant, bright orange growth at the bottom … Continue reading Magic Mushrooms!
I thought it would be fun to share one of my virtual cooking classes that I taught over the summer. There were many people from all across the country in attendance, even as far as Canada, I’ve come to learn. … Continue reading Sheet-Pan Shrimp & Vegetables with Orange Dressing
I’m pretty lucky that my friends and colleagues in the test kitchen usually humor me, and I’m missing that right now as we approach our fifth week in quarantine. Several weeks before our lives changed from normal to an episode … Continue reading Missing the Test Kitchen
An Outstanding Culinary Career! Read my interview with Susan Stockton, Senior Vice President, Culinary Production at Food Network on DICED, the official blog of The Institute of Culinary Education. Just click on the link below: http://blog.ice.edu/2013/04/24/culinary-careers-susan-stockton/ Continue reading An Outstanding Culinary Career!
Our first chef instructor was a man of clear distinction and significance. His list of accolades, accomplishments and credentials was longer than the length of my right arm (which is significantly longer than my left). He commanded the kitchen when … Continue reading The Meaning of the Word “SIGNIFICANT”