The weekend is upon us and whether or not Easter/Passover is your thing, breakfast should always be and for that, I bring to you a Spinach, Brie and Pear quiche, which should help with that. I have a love/hate relationship with quiche. Mom made her […]Pin It
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Since telling my work colleagues bit by bit about my impending departure (Friday, yo!), I’ve been overwhelmed by so many good thoughts and wishes and hugs and smiles, and showered with offers for lunch and coffee. It all makes me wonder if I should be leaving […]Pin It
Spanish-Andalusian style-chicken with saffron and almonds It’s that time of the year where we’re all stuck inside, and dinner should be cooked low and slow. The slow-cooker or Dutch oven working for hours until the smell fills the house and it becomes unbearable to resist. […]
Poached eggs over leftover Thanksgiving stuffing topped with a rich Béarnaise sauce Of all the Thanksgiving goods, stuffing is hands down my favorite. Mom’s is, in my opinion, the best. It doesn’t have a lot of hoopla- no meat or sausage, no cornbread, nothing with pizzazz- […]Pin It
Turkey breast roasted to perfection with a flavorful combination of spices for Thanksgiving. Well, guys, we’re all set with the sides so it’s time for the pièce de résistance of our Thanksgiving, the turkey. Well, the turkey breast. As a party of one, making a […]Pin It
Green beans sautéed in orange juice with marcona almonds and rosemary and topped with manchego crisps Dudes and dudettes. The election. We’re almost there. I’m scared to live in this country, whatever the outcome. I mean, think about it. Moving on to happier thoughts like […]
The Spanish flavors of paella are mixed with traditional dressing ingredients for this saffron chorizo dressing. Hey, so in case you didn’t realize, the Cubs won the World Series on Wednesday night. I have been a loyal Cubs fan for, I don’t know…a month? That’s […]