These Spicy Short Ribs are super tender, having been slow roasted in a beer-based BBQ sauce. I served these Spicy Short Ribs several years ago for Father’s Day, and everyone – especially my dad – loved them! Not too spicy, just full of flavor. These ribs are a delicious choice for any crowd, combining… Read more »
Sweet and creamy with a bit of tang, this White Chocolate and Lime Tart with Strawberries is a show-stopping, scrumptious dessert! My mom Sally received this White Chocolate Lime Tart with Strawberries recipe from a friend in Vancouver. The tartness of the lime is balanced by the white chocolate’s sweetness, and together they form a… Read more »
This is the best banana bread recipe we have found – the secret is the buttermilk that makes it very moist and flavorful. Did you know that you can freeze bananas? Yes, you can! If they are very ripe/dark brown and you don’t have time to make this banana bread, just throw the bananas in… Read more »
Sweet, creamy custard is the perfect balance to tangy, flavorful rhubarb in this old-fashioned Rhubarb Custard Pie. Like all of my mom’s recipes, it’s easy to prepare, elegant, and super delicious! It’s been a family favorite for years, and soon will be for your family, too. My mom grew rhubarb in her garden just so… Read more »
Based loosely on the French dish Coquille St. Jacques, this recipe is easy enough for everyday and impressive enough for entertaining (especially if you put it in individual shell-shaped dishes). Like so many of our other dishes, all you need is a side salad, like Red Leaf Lettuce with Hot Bacon Dressing, and a good… Read more »
When mom first gave me this recipe, my initial reaction was that it was too simple – was I ever wrong! This salad is simple and, as a result, it is the perfect complement to a more complex entrée. And, it is delicious!
Jam Cake with Caramel Frosting is super moist, elegant and impressive cake that was my mom’s favorite dessert. Jam Cake is a traditional Kentucky dessert, dating back more than 100 years. It was my mom Sally’s favorite cake as a child – and she loved it throughout her life, especially on her birthday. Our family’s… Read more »
Hurricanes were invented in New Orleans by bar owner Pat O’Brien during World War II when there was a limited supply of whiskey. In order to purchase a single case, liquor salesmen forced bar owners to purchase up to 50 cases of rum, which was plentiful. Looking for a way to use all his rum,… Read more »
These tarts are small, but the size is perfect because they make rich and savory bites. Note that you will need to start ahead as the tarts require freezing before being baked.
A refreshing, delicious salad for a brunch, this dish is best made when mango, papaya and peaches are in season.