This is a Lookout Point signature dish made with prosciutto, eggs, and English muffins. Huevos Trifecta was named by our guests, during horse racing season in Hot Springs. It goes well with steamed asparagus, or topped with fresh spinach or … Continue reading
I first posted this recipe in June 2009. That was the year I went to a local produce auction and got a little carried away on bidding for many different plants and shrubs, including several varieties of basil plants. At … Continue reading
Yes, we said spinach! These are a Broad favorite with almost all of us serving them at one time or another. Try them! You won’t be disappointed.
Lancaster County is known for smoked meats not the least of which is bacon. I was fortunate to grow up in a family that made their living smoking meats and selling them at market. My earliest memories include getting up … Continue reading
It is always fun to find new dishes to inspire our guests and this one has so many options you never need to make it the same way twice. For those of us who get bored easily that is a … Continue reading
While this dish can be made year-round using store-bought zucchini and dried herbs, it’s particularly good in early summer when local zucchini are readily available and fresh herbs can be substituted for the dried. Simply use 2 tablespoons shredded basil … Continue reading
It’s summer time and that means plenty of fresh basil in my garden, which in turn means plenty of pesto in my fridge! Did you know you can freeze Pesto? I make a batch of pesto, then put tablespoon-size blobs … Continue reading
Remember dinner clubs? They were quite popular in St. Louis (my home town) in the 70s and 80s, and a terrific way for great friends to gather and share the workload of fixing dinner. And, oh my, the fun we … Continue reading