Hi, I'm Peggy. Welcome to our Shared Table at Spiced Peach Blog!
Subscribe here for my fresh, seasonal recipes with an international twist.

Chocolate Coconut and Pecan Bars

Chocolate, Coconut, and Pecan Bars

Who makes the Chocolate Coconut and Pecan Bars as part of their holiday sweets collection?

Read More »

Posted in Holiday Favorites, Sweet Treats | Tagged | 8 Responses

Rosemary & Goose Fat Popovers

Rosemary and Goose Fat Popovers

Last week we prepared a holiday Roasted Goose on Spiced Peach which also then provided us with lots of delicious rendered grease, perfect for assorted uses such as these Rosemary and Goose Fat Popovers.  

Read More »

Posted in Breads and Muffins, Holiday Favorites | Tagged , , | 2 Responses

Roasted Goose

Roasted Goose

As they say, there is a first time for everything, and such it is on this occasion of preparing a Roasted Goose over the holiday season.

Read More »

Posted in Holiday Favorites, Poultry | Tagged , , , , | 9 Responses

Turkey Pot Pie

Pot Pie

Not sure about you, but post Thanksgiving, outside of a couple favorite sandwiches, some random bits and slices to pick and eat straight out of the frig, there generally is not a huge bounty of leftover turkey in my house.

Well not enough anyway, to prepare anything resembling from among the ’35’ to ‘125’ circulating headline recipe preparations out there promoting ways to use it all up.

Read More »

Posted in Poultry | Tagged , , | 8 Responses

Broccoli Salad, Thanksgiving or Tailgate Side

Broccoli Salad

Broccoli Salad, Thanksgiving or Tailgate Side. I simply couldn’t help myself thinking about it, for although many folks across this country shall don their tables for the big roasted turkey with stuffing set upon tablecloths with fine china, crystal, and shiny polished silverware, still, there are plenty of others, including those in warm weather states, whose celebratory gatherings on Thanksgiving Day features football, perhaps even with a fried or smoked turkey at a big ole tailgate.

Read More »

Posted in Salads, TAILGATE / Team Family | Tagged , , , | 8 Responses

Rockfish, Lobster Thermidor Style

Rockfish Lobster Thermidor Style

The official date is now set for the annual Rockfish fishing expedition among some of the old college field hockey dads rigging up for reeling in their maximum supply of Maryland Rockfish with Capt Greg Buckner of Miss Susie Charters in the Chesapeake Bay.

Read More »

Posted in Fish | Tagged , , , , | 6 Responses

Roasted Pumpkin and Butternut Squash Soup, Cabbage, Orzo

Roasted Pumpkin and Butternut Squash Soup, Cabbage, Orzo

Thumbing through one of my favorite cookbooks, “Potager” Fresh Garden Cooking in the French Style, I came upon a unique Roasted Pumpkin Stew whose ingredients swirled in some fresh strips of cabbage along with some cooked Italian riso.

Read More »

Posted in Soups | Tagged , | 8 Responses

Dinner Party or Tailgate: Golden Beets & Little Red Potatoes, Arugula Salad

spg-3348

Senses bursting on overload, I happened onto the ultimate perfect timing in a plethora of the freshest, most colorful displays of produce ever last week just following a meeting held at a market cafe table set on the patio outside. It was one of those warm, crystal clear, sunny fall days.

Read More »

Posted in Salads, TAILGATE / Team Family | Tagged , , | 8 Responses

Creamed Kale and Mushrooms

Creamed Kale and Mushrooms

Aunt Betty used to prepare countless renditions of every type of fresh vegetable when I was growing up so I’m sure Creamed Spinach was also part of her repertoire. Funny thing is, I can’t recall it as one of her notables. I am also assured my mother would never have prepared Creamed Spinach for it took at least a couple of years to get her into the Green Bean Casserole first prepared by Aunt Dot shortly after its invention.  So how I hooked onto creamed spinach as some sort of comfort food is anybody’s guess. Some gals go for the quart of Haagen Daaz, I would cook me up a box of frozen creamed spinach. Don’t even get me started on mashed potatoes. Seriously. You can’t make this stuff up.

Read More »

Posted in Holiday Favorites, Veggies | Tagged , , | 2 Responses

Mango Chutney

Mango Chutney

It was sort of like gold, having been gifted a whole case of mangoes from my friend Jyothi upon hosting the now summer past International Ladies Group barbecue, one of our gathering events that includes all of the families.

Read More »

Posted in Fruit | Tagged , , | 6 Responses
  • Hi, I'm Peggy. Welcome to our Shared Table at Spiced Peach Blog!
    Subscribe here for my fresh, seasonal recipes with an international twist.