Welp... presents have been unwrapped, stockings are empty, and Santa is probably on his way to Hawaii for some much needed r & r. I don’t know about you but I had a great holiday season - lots of fun time with family, friends, and food. I even competed in a little stollen (traditional German Christmas bread) throw down! … Continue reading Rosemary and Balsamic Glazed Salmon
Now that you've roasted the most delicious whole chicken and carved it to perfection, don't be so quick to throw the bones in the trash. Even after you've wished upon that wish bone, the leftover bones are the beginning of many tasty soups, stews, and sauces... in the form of chicken stock, that is. Chicken stock … Continue reading Homemade Chicken Stock
To me, a burger isn't complete without a side of sweet potato fries. And as much as I wish I could eat the fried version every week, I wanted a baked version that was just as tasty. Unfortunately, as I'm sure some of you have discovered, "crispy" and "baked" are not synonymous with sweet potato … Continue reading Crispy Sweet Potato Fries with Aioli
As I anxiously await my favorite food season of the year (fall!!), I'm trying to take advantage of the last of the summer produce before it disappears. Yesterday's trip to the farmer's market gave us so many beautiful and delicious vegetables, the recipe basically wrote itself. Sautéed Summer Salad with Pecorino Vinaigrette Yields 4 portions Ingredients: 3 … Continue reading Seared Summer Salad with Pecorino Vinaigrette
My favorite breakfast recipe of fried eggs, roasted heirloom cherry tomatoes, and homemade sourdough bread.