Nothing is more evocative of summer in Provence than a light and flavor-filled shrimp dish. What if you’ve never been there, you say? Trust me when I say it makes no difference, you will think you have been there after this dish.
Inspired by my mother’s dish of Hungarian noodles that was a delicious staple growing up, years ago I set out to try and adapt it to ingredients that were readily available – cooking that was easier and here is the result. Not at all the same thing, but still a […]
Having grown up on the east coast, lobster has a special place in my heart stomach (that organ that craves things that are delicious and bring back great memories). So readers will forgive me if I spend a bit more time on this recipe to get it just right for […]
The other day, I was wondering what to do with leftover rib meat?
This stew is fantastic with summer vegetables and surprisingly light. Serve it in a bowl but eat it with a fork, while dunking hearty chunks of bread in the gravy. It will become a real family favorite.
The first thing you need to do is determine the cooking time for your prime rib roast, here is a handy chart to help get you started. HOWEVER, different cuts and different ovens cook differently – your first temperature check with a meat thermometer should be about half way through […]
The key to a good stir fry is both ingredients and timing – follow this exact recipe for a restaurant-quality stir fry that the whole family will love. Not only is it tasty and nutritious,