"Major yum. Is that Nutella I see? BTW, we should probably tell everyone that caster sugar is also known as superfine sugar. You can find it in the baking aisle. Like the name says, it's a finer, more granulated sugar. It dissolve better in cold…"
This is my recipe for the classic Roman staple. If you like bacon, tomatoes and pasta, this is your dish. Enjoy.SPAGHETTI AMATRICIANA1 lb. DeCecco Spaghetti½ lb. Pancetta, diced small (you can also use quality smoked bacon)2 medium onions, diced2 cloves garlic, minced(1) 28 oz. can whole San Marzano tomatoes, Broken up by hand¼ Tsp crushed red pepper¼ C reserved pasta cooking water¼ C Pecorino-Romano cheese, grated2-3 Tbsp extra virgin olive oilKosher salt and freshly ground black pepperFreshly…See More
"I have a "Egg McMuffin-like" sandwich that's easy to make, and good for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Step 1: The egg.
Spray a ramekin (a small ceramic or glass bowl) with a little cooking spray and crack an egg into it. Take a…"
"Confetti pasta can be a lot of things. Sometimes it refers to the size of the pasta and sometimes it refers to colored pasta. For this recipe you could almost anything. Rotini, bow ties, small shells, penne, and elbows would all work really well.…"
It may say "Breakfast" in the title, but it's also great for dinner.BREAKFAST BRUSCHETTA (serves 2 to 3)- 4 to 5 large eggs- 1 12 to 14-inch French baguette- 2-3 tbsp of sun-dried tomatoes (packed in oil), drained and chopped- 1 heaping tbsp store-bought pesto sauce- ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil- 1 tbsp unsalted butter- 1 5-ounce package of goat cheese- salt and pepper to tasteHeat oven to 400 degrees.In a small bowl, mix together pesto and olive oil and set aside.In a large mixing bowl, whisk…See More
I am a self-trained personal chef who's been cooking for 35 years. Aside from having spent time cooking in professional kitchens, I've provided my services as a cooking instructor, speaker, food writer, and TV producer. My mission in life is to help people do more cooking at home. Hit me up!
Pardon this informal inquiry, but ... I am an editor of an Alzheimer's caregiver magazine (Preserving Your Memory). We have a regular food and recipes column that focuses on healthy dishes, and we'd like to feature you and this website in our next issue. How may I get in touch to set up an interview, if you are interested?
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thank you ..you are so polite....I think I don't have the MOOD to cook these days...schools are about to finish here in Turkey..and we have a big bunch things to cover and organize. ..I think that's why !! I'm a little bit EXHAUSTED...I'll soon get back to my normal MOOD and add new recipes....take care :) PS : It's wonderful to be a member of such a friendly foodie society...:))
Hi Kirk - no, I haven't fallen off the face of the earth! But we did move into our new house in October, and the schedule has been insane - I still have lot of boxes to unpack! Loved the videos of my son and daughter-in-law! I told Tony that I was going to have you come to my house and show me how you would set up my kitchen and make it more workable. :-) Still trying to get a pattern down for my cooking, entertaining, etc. Gonna get my 11 month old granddaughter working in the kitchen at an early age!