I know it is not really a risotto – OK, so it is really a rice pudding but uses many of the same techniques as risotto to get that over the top creamy texture. Rice pudding is a perfect winter … Continue reading
We love this chewy cookie. We used both kinds of raisins in this batch but have made them with only dark ones and with only golden ones. Make sure to not over bake to keep the wonderful chewy texture. Soaking … Continue reading
Grilling season is well underway. These little skewers are always a big hit. I often serve them with asparagus wrapped in prosciutto.. they dynamic duo. Easy to prep the day before, just grill when ready.
My friend Wendy is the queen of salads and often on a summer evening would add fruit to her green salads. I played with this and found that almost any combination of salad greens works as do a variety of … Continue reading
Summer is here and there is simply nothing better than the fresh vegetables and salad greens straight from the garden. I love arugula mixed with Boston bibb lettuce and then served with this extraordinary buttermilk dressing. This is also good on cooked red beets … Continue reading
This was an experiment one evening that went terribly well. We all loved it. There were no leftovers…zero.
This is probably one of the easiest things you will ever make. Esther’s wedding was in September and my dear friend Betty Gladden and innkeeper from Alameda CA flew in to help (along with 8 other amazing friends/innkeepers/gluttons for punishment) … Continue reading
Tapicoa pudding has always been a favorite. It’s pudding with texture! My earliest memory of tapioca (as we called it, forget the pudding) was when I was 6. My parents had left the 6 of us in the capable hands … Continue reading
Jar salads. Wow, what a simple concept but what a game changer! I started making these when one of the household was trying to pack healthy for work. Sure Subway was right down the road, but saving money was important, … Continue reading
Egg Custard goes back as far as my memory does. It is one of those comfort foods of childhood though I have realized as an adult that it is really a Lancaster County thing. That is really too bad! It … Continue reading