Summer and tomatoes are almost synonymous. The first of these beauties ripen around the 4th of July and continue giving fruit until frost. There is nothing to compare to the sweet juiciness of a sun ripened warm freshly picked tomato. When … Continue reading
Brussel Sprouts are finally coming into their own. It is obvious to me that some veggies have their time in the spotlight and then fade away into obscurity. Brussel spouts are enjoying the limelight this winter and rightfully so. Packed … Continue reading
Throughout the summer in the south, supper consists of something grilled or a salad. Yet salads often leave me feeling unsatisfied and quickly hungry again. Alas, I do enjoy eating! This hearty and healthy salad fits the bill for a complete meal, … Continue reading
Wow. Can’t believe it’s been just over a week since the Eight Broads were all together in Charleston at the annual Innkeeping Conference and Trade Show. What a great time! It was sunny most of the time and certainly warmer … Continue reading
So here’s the second recipe promised as part of our Sidekicks presentation and demo at the Innkeeping Conference and Trade Show. What a great audience we had – our largest yet, I think. It’s always a bit challenging for us … Continue reading
Honestly, I make this soup almost once a week in the winter. We love it that much. Traditional to the eastern part of Switzerland known as the Grissons (Buendtnerland, Engadine) which includes the towns of Davos and Klosters. This soup … Continue reading
As an alternative to traditional nachos, the potatoes add a tasty gluten-free base for the nacho toppings. This appetizer is one of our offerings for receptions.
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.
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