Delicious Recipe for Rosemary & Goose Fat Popovers using leftover grease from Roasted Goose
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Yesterday, my favorite blogger, David Lebovitz, began his post initially considering that he might have been a bit late to the party providing cranberry recipes after Thanksgiving. Given the title, Cranberry, Raisin Pie, I didn’t begin panicking that I had indeed published an old fashioned, All American style cranberry sauce recipe post-Thanksgiving. And I […]
Some small, crisp greens with slightly curved edges of the freshly picked baby Tuscan Kale remained, along with a nice size bunch of delicate white blossoms topping the fresh sprigs of scented thyme procured from the recent market stand visit at the nearby Erdenheim Farm.
The table is set with love and treasures of four generations. Gathering her family, deeply inspiring the roots of Jewish tradition is Flossie Albert, joined with her family, the Albert’s. The Passover Seder is rich in symbolism, following the Family Haggadah, re-calling the story of the Exodus and the command by God ‘that you shall […]
It’s the eve of Thanksgiving and today, as always, I’ve prepared my Mom’s Thanksgiving Stuffing, almost. The little extra added to my Turkey Stuffing that differs from my Mom’s is the addition of fresh herbs, parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme, chopped up, then added in to the softened buttery onion and celery. Other than that, […]
Fall is one of my favorite times of the year to spend preparing Chinese ‘little snacks’ to be steamed, fried, baked and shared at Dim Sum parties among friends during the winter months. The little Chinese specialties are many the same I make throughout the year: dumplings, pot stickers, stuffed buns, and pork balls, shrimp […]