Grilled Korean Beef Ribs

It has been forever since we posted a new recipe. We’re still cookin’ and cleanin’ over here, but writing and photographing has taken a back seat. Sorry about that! So what has pulled me back in – – these delightfully easy and delicious ribs! I’ve made these twice now, from an ingredient list scribbled on… Continue reading Grilled Korean Beef Ribs

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Chicken Piccata with Rainbow Chard

We were out of town last week, although not really vacationing.  I had envisioned cooking up a storm and having lots of things to post, but soon after arriving at our non-airconditioned home (in a desert) those plans fell to the wayside.  I forget how much turning on a stove or oven heats the entire… Continue reading Chicken Piccata with Rainbow Chard

Roast Tenderloin of Beef with Madeira Sauce

From The Fearrington House Cookbook: A Celebration of Food, Flowers and Herbs by Jenny Fitch Valentine’s Day is coming up, and I know many of you are looking for something really special to surprise your sweetheart.  Well, if the love-of-your-life also loves red meat, I promise that he or she will swoon over this recipe.… Continue reading Roast Tenderloin of Beef with Madeira Sauce

Cornbread Pudding

Modified from Tom Douglas’ Seattle Kitchen Cornbread pudding is one of our perennial favorites for any holiday meal.  Not only is it melt-in-your-mouth good with a creamy custard base, savory herbs and dry aged cheese, and a touch of natural sweetness from corn and caramelized onions…mmmm…what was I saying?  I seemed to drift off there… Continue reading Cornbread Pudding

Product Review: Bilinski’s All Natural Chicken Sausages

If you’re looking for a quick and easy dinner idea, these sausages could be just what you need!  I found these at Whole Food and picked them up to have on hand for one of those days you just don’t feel like cooking from scratch.  Whether it is a long day at work, you forget… Continue reading Product Review: Bilinski’s All Natural Chicken Sausages

My Meatloaf

Everyone seems to have a meatloaf recipe – perhaps one handed down through the family, the meatloaf that grandma used to make.  It may be blasphemous to say this, but I have no fond “meatloaf memories” from my childhood.  I know my mother made a meatloaf, but other than remembering that I like the crusty… Continue reading My Meatloaf