Recipes in this article (click links to go directly to a recipe) Chard Kalitsunia | Stewed Romano Beans | Roasted Artichokes with Garlic Almond Sauce | Sliced Zucchini and Red Onions with Lemon Mint Dressing | Apricot Filo Tart with Coconut Cream Recently a photographer friend of my niece Roxanne came by the house [...]
Cooking without recipes is so freeing, the food is truly yours, and it allows you to add herbs, or spices, and other ingredients to see how they change the character of the dish.
Apparently I was in the mood to bake on Sunday! I didn't mean to crank out so much stuff, but that's what happens when you cook professionally for years. You start cooking and before you know it, you have enough food to open a cafe. It all started [...]
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Greek and "American" Easter are on the same date this year, Sunday, April 16. I love Easter, it's my favorite holiday because it means we're heading into my favorite seasons, spring and summer. Growing up Greek had the bonus of getting two Easters most years, and more importantly, double candy. I've provided two [...]
Claire loves all things mango. We use other fruit purees, so why not mango?
This recipe intrigued me because it was made with a combination of rye flour and whole wheat flour.
I LOVE Thanksgiving, it's the holiday of feasting...what's not to love?
Of all the Ina Garten books my favorite is still her first book, The Barefoot Contessa, named after her former shop in Long Island. Bombar's was still in full swing when that book came out and two of the recipes from that book became two of my standards for Bombar's. Her Raspberry Corn Muffins [...]
Truth be told, I had to make this recipe twice because we ate the first cake faster than we could photograph it!