This recipe is dedicated to my Mommy O., who instilled in me a love of all things cozy.A robust, tomatoey broth studded with flavorful meatballs and tender vegetables, this is our family’s favorite winter warmer soup.I’ve been serving this up all week for our lunches. Continue Reading
Despite its somewhat lengthy ingredient list, this recipe is very easy to prepare. If you desire a soup with mild spiciness, trim the ribs and seeds from the jalapeño and use the minimum amount of chipotle in adobo sauce. This is a favorite in our house.
Sarah Moulton is one of my favorite chefs. I learned to cook by watching chefs on television and Sarah is one of my favorite. Watching Sarah Moulton on television is like being in the kitchen with your best friend. Sarah mentions her colleague Jean Anderson Continue Reading
I still remember the first time I tasted Tabbouleh. A local restaurant in Austin, the town where I grew up offered a Middle Eastern platter with crispy herbed falafels, lemony hummus and portion of tabbouleh salad with its bulgur wheat, tomatoes and parsley. For a Continue Reading
Spiedini or speedies, what an adorable word. It essentially means anything cooked on a skewer in Italian and I just love skewers. Grilled meat is right up there with chocolate and carbs for favorite food groups. These speedies lightened up with swordfish are a great Continue Reading