I'm always looking for new recipes. Whether they are my own creation, a tweak on someone else's creation or just a recipe straight-up.
I love fish and seafood. Flounder, tilapia, trout, catfish, shrimp, scallops, lobster - you name it! I can eat it every day - my husband is a different story. I have to invent new ways to make the same fish taste very different. This summer I've done the foil packets, the steaming, the grilling, the... Continue Reading →
Summertime always makes me think of cheesesteaks at Midway on Seaside Boardwalk, funnel cake, zeppole and of course a nice sandwich of sausage and peppers.
The fall weather has finally arrived and I'm so ready for some soup. I've talked about my aversion to canned so I try to keep it homemade.
I hate canned soup! The sheer metallic flavor assaults my refined taste buds. I'm a fan of homemade everything! No jars or cans for me.
Since no one wanted to go out to play and have some Sangria I came up with this recipe as I cooked.
My grandmother's beef brasciole in Sunday gravy was the ultimate food. Bobby Flay's grilled version tastes very similar (in a grilled way) sans the pignoli nuts that Grandma used to use.
It's really hard for me to stay away from pasta completely. I'm always looking for a light dish so I can eat my macaroni and not feel guilty. This no-cook, warm weather friendly sauce makes a great salad too!
This recipe is my adaptation of a dish published in the July 2010 Bon Appétit. It was simple and delicious. I served it with a grilled potato salad (recipe to follow). Click on the link to get the full recipe at epicurious.com.
I can take no credit for this yummy dessert except in its execution. I found this recipe on epicurious.com and decided to try it. It was very simple to make and tasted great.