Simply begun with one sensory sign, the sight of bright, early morning sunlight streamed through bedroom blinds. Hooray. For though bitterness of winter remains with us still, the renewal of bright, early morning sunlight gives me a thrill!
Whose family had roast beef every Sunday for dinner? We did. Only we had flaming roast beef. Yes, you read that correctly, flaming.
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Elegant for any dinner party, stuffed Beef Tenderloin, Leeks, Mushrooms, Artichokes, enables basic preparation ease, even for the guy taking on some new culinary skills of his own.
Each year, sometime in the fall (no, it is not yet winter though it may look and feel like it) I take out a little time to page through some old cookbooks stacked on my kitchen bookshelf. Not looking for anything in particular, except some inspiration maybe, on what I might prepare for a couple […]
Long before food trends would be whisked in with the rigor of beating egg whites to stiff peaks, I experienced the novel idea of a Chili Stuffed Baked Potato. Somehow it didn’t seem novel, or at least trendy to me at the time, it was the Southwest after all. In fact, the combination seemed to […]
October. It always seems to be one of the busiest months of the year to me, perhaps it’s that way for you too. Abundant choices among harvest days, and festivals, farmers markets bursting with the year’s broadest selection, last chance displays from summers harvest, to the changing root crops of the cooler season ahead. […]
Whether fresh picked from your garden or purchased at your local farm market, Stuffed Green Garden Peppers make a great meal for kids to prepare.
Do you have any favorite vacation meals from your childhood? On the edge of my seat, my hand is wildly shooting back and forth in the air right now, I do. I do.
Sometimes you just need a casserole.
The painted façade beneath the bridge hosted a parallel square of lined farmer and artisan vendors selling their fresh goods as the wind howled through the arched opening. Most customers, often huddled together, bundled up with the only visible distinction, brightly flushed cheeks between pulled down wool hats and scarves.