Rummaging around in mom’s files one afternoon, I found one of her fabulous mushroom recipes – mushrooms sautéed with garlic in butter and Jack Daniels (her favorite winter drink), then finished off with Worcestershire, parsley and thyme. I love the rustic flavor of mushrooms and pork together, and thought mom’s mushrooms would go well with grilled pork chops seasoned… Read more »
Award-Winning Chili – a hearty, unusual and scrumptious chili that’s flavored with green chiles, cilantro and fennel! Given how cold and snowy it is in most of the U.S. today, I thought I’d share this delicious chili recipe. A fellow who purchased my cookbook at a holiday show told me his chili recipe had won… Read more »
A delicious way to serve green beans that everyone in your family will love.
This yummy dessert looks like a normal chocolate cake until you cut into it, when a warm chocolate sauce oozes out of the center. It is now a very popular dessert at a number of restaurants, but the original creator was the famous chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and this is supposed to be his original recipe…. Read more »
These are a unique alternative to “cheese and crackers” – with a pretty presentation as well.
Flemish Beer Stew – the perfect way to warm up on a chilly evening, And, even though it’s roots are Belgian, it’s also a great alternative to Corned Beef and Cabbage on St Patrick’s Day (after all, it’s made with beer, and we all know how much the Irish love their beer!). Perfect for a… Read more »
What’s not to love about jumbo shrimp stuffed with creamy, delicious blue cheese?
This is an easy, unique and delicious addition to a cocktail buffet. The Prosciutto, dates and cheese pair perfectly with the balsamic dipping sauce.
Mushroom Croustades are a one-bite, timeless, crowd-pleasing appetizer that can be made ahead – perfect for entertaining! These Mushroom Croustades were a favorite of my mom, and they are now a favorite of mine, too! Finely chopped fresh mushrooms and onion are sautéed in butter, thickened with a bit of flour and seasoned with cream,… Read more »
This recipe comes from our good friend, Anne Draper. She and her husband, John, raise buffalo and elk on their Colorado ranch. One evening on the ranch, after we spent the afternoon finding, counting and tagging baby elk, Anne served this delicious dish, and my husband Robert and I both loved it. I have since… Read more »