Happy New Year! Wishing everyone the very best for 2020. I’m so thrilled to announce that one of my recipes made it into Fine Cooking Magazine’s list of top ten most popular recipes of 2019. Our Most Popular Recipes of 2019 I’ve included the recipe below along with a photo of the dish. It’s a really simple meal that gets a big flavor punch from roasted lemons. Don’t hesitate to roast the lemons in advance to save time. And here’s my recipe for those of you who’d like to try it. I’d love to hear back from you! Roasted Lemon … Continue reading One of the Top Ten!
Whoever wrote the immortal words “good things come to those who wait,” was absolutely correct. The most important quality I stress when preparing Chad Robertson’s sourdough boule from his San Francisco based bakery, Tartine, is patience. Watch my YouTube videos … Continue reading Making a Beautiful Sourdough Boule
Fresh, sweet lobster reminds me of summer vacations with my family in Maine. The memories are still so vivid that if I close my eyes, I can almost smell the briny ocean as we drove to the lobster shacks along … Continue reading Lobster Love!!!
Halloween is here! So many kids (and adults as well) are looking forward to celebrating. In just a few short hours, doors will open to a constant parade of monsters, superhero’s, celebrities and demons expecting that much-anticipated treat. Many of … Continue reading Things That Scare Me!
Now that we’ve spent a little quality time together discussing general food-related topics, I can begin to move this blog towards some of the core ideas I originally had in mind. The real “food-for-thought” behind this blog is to get … Continue reading Grain, Grain, (Don’t) Go Away!!!
I write this first blog with a few good friends in mind (you know who you are) who are in dire need of a simplified recipe to prepare, in order to experience the wonders of how their kitchen works and … Continue reading Cooking, Gone to Pot!