How about pie for dinner? An update on my quest to improve my pie baking skills as well as a quick review on tools and a book full of dinner pie recipes.
One of my favorite chili recipes is from Bon Appètit magazine, and it is perfect for the cooler fall and winter months. The weather here in Southern California has cooled off a bit which has […]
As the seasons change, one of my regular cooking projects is making homemade soups and stews. I typically make a large enough batch so that I can have some to eat that week and a […]
This is a quick review of a recipe for Pan-Roasted Orange Maple Sablefish that was originally published in Sunset magazine. Two reviewers rated this recipe with five stars, and I agree with their assessment. As […]
Did you know? I didn’t know until a few days ago, but it seemed like a perfect excuse to make a peach cobbler. My Nana, God bless her, made the absolute best peach cobbler. Unfortuately […]
This is just a quick post to review the recipe for Pane Bianco — featured in the King Arthur Flour bake along this month. I’m not sure I can commit to a second bake along, […]
Our July recipe was for Caramel Sticky Buns which are based on a wonderful brioche dough. The dough was soft and silky smooth, rich with the addition of eggs and butter. I made the dough […]
I find that stir-fries are a great staple in my weekly menus – they are easy to prepare, and are a great way to use up bits of excess produce. I will often prep my […]