Arugula, Beets, Goat Cheese Salad, my ‘Eating Words Philly’ non-fat Orange Dressing recipe, Edible Philly “Eating Words Philly” The Free Library of Philadelphia
A delicious Recipe for leftover Roast Lamb with Zursun Paris Bistro Bean Salad set on mixed greens
A warmly set table, sparkling glassware, hints of color, perhaps a few flowers tucked into a vase, the glow of candles, each small touches that show care, precious time spent welcoming guests to the shared table. There are so many possibilities for enriching the tone of a special moment, maybe you have lots of creative […]
Sitting at the computer one evening some weeks back, just catching up on news and posts, a certain title story caught my eye, something like ‘Let’s just stop already it on the grill stuff for Dad’s on Father’s Day.’ So I read it out loud, enough for those on the first floor to hear.
There are times when one must stand up for themselves, including those times of temptation, and this may mean war.
Feeling a bit nostalgic recently, I decided to pull out the stops preparing the old fashioned Bacon Dressing for today’s Garden Salad. There is no embellishment, no thickener, no water, in fact, not even salt and pepper, more like the preparation style lots of the Mom’s used when I was growing up, just getting the […]
It’s May 5th, Happy Cinco de Mayo, the celebration recognizing the Mexican victory of the Puebla over France. Few will inquire why we are actually celebrating such a holiday, but otherwise it gives us each the opportunity to have a little bit of Mexican in us for even one day, while being part of a […]
Today I was out at Sooky’s salon, Noel Sy, everyone seemed abuzz with appreciation in the renewed spring weather. There was plenty to chat about with one of the owners, Michél, our conversation surrounding the theme of food and gardening, mostly herbs and vegetables. On my end, being a little more than enthused to share […]
The Easter Sunday meal at my house most always means a large buffet for family and friends. A lamb seasoned with middle eastern style spices, grilled and served kabob style on skewers, there are always deviled eggs, and lots of spring salads, one of these, Asparagus and Strawberry Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette.
Who remembers how fancy it seemed having your Caesar Salad prepared table-side? A fine restaurant, a serious waiter, typically attired in a black suit, starched white shirt and bow tie, meticulously performing the routine like a scientist, pouring and combining the components of test tubes perfectly aligned on a wooden rack, then poof. Only in […]