Month: November 2016

ROASTED BRUSSELS SPROUTS

  Raise your hand if you love BRUSSELS SPROUTS! I thought so. I have never been a fan of these miniature looking cabbage balls, particularly when they are boiled, or swimming in butter. Yuk! But that was the only way I had them while growing up. Once a year for […]

TELEVISION INTERVIEW!

WELCOME TO MY KITCHEN! SOMETIMES IN LIFE, A WHIRLWIND PICKS YOU UP, AND FLYS YOU OFF TO UNEXPECTED PLACES. AS A SIXTY THREE YEAR OLD GRANDMA, I AM FEELING AGELESS AND HAVING A BLAST!! JOIN ME IN MY JOURNEY AS I BRING FUN, FAMILY, AND ENTERTAINING INTO YOUR HOME THROUGH […]

SPICE CAKE with PUMPKIN GANACHE & CARDAMOM CREAM

Nothing tastes more like October, November, and December than dark, rich, spices in our desserts! This cake is so rich with holiday-season flavors that it is sure to become a favorite to make again, and again, each Autumn and Winter. There are three parts to making this decadent dessert, and […]

SUNDAY ROAST

Comfort Food. What do you think of when it’s cold outside? How about something that warms the home, teases the tummy with aromas to hunger for, accompanied by a toasty fire, and your favorite glass… Sunday Roast! Everything roasted!!  As someone who loves to celebrate relationships over great food, I […]

CASHEW CHEESE & ANCHOVY TARTS

  Appetizers are often my favorite, though time consuming, aspects of a meal. And truth be known, I would almost prefer a table of interesting appetizers than a full meal.  Pick and choose as you like, or eat lots of one thing and less of something else. A yummy way […]