Pasta in a dessert tart? Yes, of course. What is pasta after all? Just wheat. I’ve turned this one inside out, and so can you.
Normandy, France usually conjures thoughts of Joan of Arc and WWII’s D-Day landing. But it’s also the home of many classic dishes, including Chicken Normandy (Poulet à la Normande).
Whether we are conscious of it or not, food is often a conduit of cultural heritage. Let’s start with a cookie…
Brunch, lunch or party finger food, puff pastry is your friend. Its rich, “1000” leaves of butter laminated dough make anything you encase within it shine. Like mushrooms in a béchamel sauce for example.
Have a food hangover? If you celebrated the American Thanksgiving this week, you might. Giving you a cooking break, here’s a tip of the week. Save your Parmesan cheese rinds!
It took me awhile to understand and bond with Brussels sprouts. We started off on the wrong foot. It didn’t make a good first impression. It wasn’t until I went on a roasting vegetable binge that I began to appreciate – and now love – Brussels.
As the weather gets colder, basil fades from gardens and farmer’s markets along with dreams of fresh pesto. But you can keep the dream alive with arugula!