Two very different takes on springtime in Japan. When the new Sakuramochi Pie went on sale at McDonald’s in Japan on 23 March, we knew they’d be popular. However, we didn’t realise just how popular they would be until we… Read More ›
Month: March 2022
Zuni Cafe’s Legendary Roast Chicken And Bread Salad Recipe! My “52 In 22” Cooking Challenge Does A “Dry Brine!”
Celebrating An Iconic Roast Chicken Recipe! My “52 In 22” cooking challenge heads to San Francisco to honor the late Chef Judy Rodgers, who created food that utilized local ingredients and flavors. Rodgers was named the 2004 Outstanding Chef In… Read More ›
Robbie not only shared a terrific recipe but gave me a “shout out” as well! Check out her deliciousness here: I have been planning to make traditional Greek Moussaka for some time, but the recipes were fairly varied and I… Read More ›
Happy Oscar Sunday! Yes, today is the day that the Academy Awards ceremony takes place in Hollywood California – and what better way to celebrate cinema that with a mouth full of “OScar-Shaped Smoked Salmon And Caviar Toasts”? That is,… Read More ›
Did My Seafood Paella Recipe Break Spanish Culinary Law? Valencia’s Controversial Ingredients Debate Is Here!
A Work Of Culinary Art – Or Is It A Crime? As a lover of food, this website is dedicated to the celebration of food in all ways – but apparently, there are laws that cannot be broken! According to… Read More ›
My friend Tanooki reminded us that today is “National Cocktail Day!” Here’s her story of how she is celebrating – take it away! Happy National Cocktail Day! I don’t usually drink alcohol, but since perfect ingredients were in my… Read More ›
“Pulled Pork Pasta In Almond Cream Sauce” Recipe! My “52 In 22” Cooking Challenge Has Me “Cooking Under Fire!”
Dig Into My “52 In 22” Cooking Challenge! Week #12 of my yearlong cooking project goes back to a show I produced for PBS in 2005, called “Cooking Under Fire” – it was the first ever cooking competition in the… Read More ›
Welcome to Carol’s kitchen where she shares another Chicken recipe…using chicken breasts to make a lovely Thai Chicken Soup called Tom Kha Gai… she has eaten versions of Tom Kha Gai where if far too much coconut milk is the… Read More ›
Cooking An Iconic Paris “Potato Cake!” Yes, I Tackled The Chez L’Ami Louis “Gateau de Pommes de Terre” Recipe!
Bite Into This Iconic “Potato Cake!” I love potatoes, and this is my all-time favorite dish – a “gateau de pommes de terre” – a “potato cake!” It’s a dish I first had in Paris with my wife Alex at… Read More ›
Biting Down On Greatness! I get hungry every time I watch a movie with food in it. Thanks to Alex’s great idea, we decided to share this easy way to enjoy a “dinner AND a movie!” Make these terrific dishes… Read More ›