I’m going to come right out and say it: this one might be more for the sophisticated palate. Not for the red-meat-and-white-potatoes set. But anyone who likes their food to be hot, hot, hot will appreciate this recipe.
I know this title probably sounds strange, but it’s all I could think of for this creation I gave birth to last night (too much?). Two nights ago we had a pasta dish, and me being the waste-not want-not person … Continue reading
Each fall, I become obsessed with all things pumpkin and spice. Pumpkin spice coffee at Dunkin Donuts. Pumpkin donuts, for that matter. Pumpkin bread. Spice scented Yankee Candles. Toasted, salted pumpkin seeds. You get the picture…
It’s autumn, and you’re an overzealous New Englander. Sure, you can buy apples at the store a half mile down the street, but you’ve decided to drive an hour north and pay five times on the dollar for apples you … Continue reading
The mother of all pancakes. I don’t think I’ve ever had Bisquick in my life (unless a diner snuck it it). I grew up on these – my dad’s pancakes. Many Sunday mornings Nikki and I would wake up to … Continue reading
Some nights, this is all you need…Homegrown basil, fresh mozzarella and 1 vine ripened tomato. Chop up some salami or dry sausage. If you are going the extra mile… some Bastone bread and Quadrello and Mahon cheese from Stinky Brooklyn. Life’s … Continue reading
Before a horrendous food poisoning incident prior to a Bruce Springsteen concert, I used to occasionally frequent The Outback Steakhouse. They had this dish called Cyclone Pasta that was out of this world. It was probably my daily allotment of … Continue reading
About a year ago I was talking about cooking with my dad, when he casually mentioned his favorite meal was American Chop Suey. This completely caught me by surprise for 2 reasons: a) we hardly ever had American Chop Suey growing … Continue reading
This is how I feel about sandwiches turned paninis. A completely different species.
I don’t know about the rest of you, but hubby and I were ready to face World War III when Irene struck. The same man who made teachers skate to work during last year’s ice-storm (and lost the city tons … Continue reading