Ricotta, Tomato and Ramp Frittata
Basil Honey and Walnut Gelato
Hatch Chile Cheeseburgers
Roasted Fingerling and Asparagus Potato Salad
Grilled Watermelon & Halloumi Farro Salad
Blueberry Bourbon Smash
Blueberry Cornmeal Waffles
Polenta Cake Eggs Benedict
Dutch baby pancake with roasted strawberries
Blackberry Almond Cake with Moscato Zabaione
Strawberry Whiskey Sour
Shrimp, Avocado and Mango Tacos
Tuna, Burrata and Black Olive Salad
Chocolate Hazelnut Macarons
Strawberry Mango Tequila Sunrise
Cadbury Egg Bark
Puff Pastry and Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus
Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream
Caramelized Onion, Mushroom and Arugula Grilled Cheese
Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Mousse Cups
Cheesecake Bars topped with Meyer Lemon Curd
Meyer LMond Old Fashioned
Beer and Irish Cheese Bread
Avocado Cream Pie
This basic sauce base takes about 15 minutes to make from start to finish and consists of ingredients that are almost always on hand in my kitchen. Knowing the ease of making homemade and the quality of the end product, I cannot comprehend why bottled sauces are so popular, especially since this standard base is merely a launching point for infinite varieties.
Some days, convenience is paramount when it comes to dinner. On the way home I picked up a package of Chinese frozen pork dumplings and, for perhaps the first time since college, a package of ramen noodles. On a cloudy...
I've long been on a search for a spectacular tomato soup recipe that doesn't achieve greatness by adding lots of heavy cream, the most common way to temper the acidity of tomatoes. I already love the variation using bread that...
I live in Vancouver and try to go to Seattle a few times a year since I LOVE eating there. My highlights? Amandines at Bakery Nouveau and anything at La Carta de Oaxaca. I've also been known to eat both...
Note: I got to visit the Taco Bell headquarters in Irvine, California, this week, hence all of this impressive knowledge. "It is true. I am back." First introduced last September, the Volcano Taco appeared on Taco Bell's menu for only three months. Whether it was the red crunchy taco shell (just the normal one with artificial dyes) or the spicy orange goop (which goes by "Lava Sauce") or the limited-time-only appeal, people were into it. Really into it. When it disappeared from menus, Facebook groups formed with folks acting like it was the fast-food apocalypse--even worse than when the Crazy Gordita Crunch left us. Thankfully, all the members of "I Refuse to Go to Taco Bell Until They Bring Back...