Happy Memorial Day! I am sure many of you are in full grilling mode at this moment. Unless, like myself you were fortunate to be invited somewhere. Then the only dilemma is what food to bring. There are so many from which to chose, but I dare say, this one is a winner. Tomato, […]
Making a great risotto isn’t all that difficult, but it does require your dedication and patience. The whole process will be worth the 20 minutes you lend to this delicious recipe. A few must have items include, Arborio rice, stock, and a heavy saucepan or skillet.
The Arborio rice is a short grain that […]
This recipe is a wallop of generous flavor and nutrition. I suppose it’s quite an attention grabbing statement when nutrition and flavor come together in the same sentence, but I assure you it is true. Quinoa, the base of this dish, is pronounced ‘KEEN WA,’ and is the most nutritious of all […]
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American culture loves a great underdog story. Guess what, Cinco de Mayo fits this sentiment perfectly. Contrary to the popular belief that Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day, it is actually a historic military success. Cinco de Mayo, which is Spanish for the fifth of May […]
Black bean, corn and rice tacos (Photo Credit: flickr.com)
“It won’t amount to a hill of beans.” Or so the saying goes, but let me show you three reasons why trivializing the worth of beans is not called for. This power-house food is great for your budget and full of robust flavor.
Wild Ramps (Photo Credit: Gourmet.com)
Springtime is the season for many epicurean treasures. Ramps are wild leeks that are native to the Appalachian Mountains. Wild ramps are a favorite of mine, and after you try this simple recipe, it is sure to become one of yours as well.
Using wild ramps to make […]