There is simply nothing like your own or purchased local tomatoes in the summer. I am a confessed tomato junkie and I adore these bruschetta. Tomatoes and basil…a combination sent from the gods! Makes 4 Servings 4 – 6 tomatoes,
My parents often cooked shortribs because they were one of the least expensive meats you could get from the butcher and we liked them a lot! Those days are gone! It’s the same with oxtails. But they are so delicious
In Mexico, this is known as Albondigas sopa. Albondigas are meatballs. The soup is very, very good! If you like it a little bit hotter, use a hotter salsa, or add a finely chopped jalapeno or serrano chili when sauteeing the onions.
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. Cubes of braised beef enrobed with a garlicy, gingery, star-anise sauce, does it get any better? We don’t think so! You can serve the beef with either steamed rice or
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, Click here. When I noticed on Facebook how many people made that Mexican layered bean dip for their Super Bowl Sunday appetizer, I was quite surprised! I mean, that is one old chestnut
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. Brussels sprouts seem to like getting all gussied up and here is a delicious way to serve the cute little things! You have to admit, they are so cute! Makes
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. A good salsa is a wonderful thing! This version has both grape tomatoes and Sungold’s from the plants in our backyard. It certainly makes an eye catching and delicious salsa!
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. Boursin cheese can be quite expensive and I think this delicious version makes a great substitute for the bought Boursin. Great on crackers or slices of baguette and it will
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. This would be great with a medium-bodied red wine. This was our very first attempt to barbecue a butterflied leg of lamb; it was terrific! Makes 6-8 Servings 6 medium