Not sure you want to take on roasting a large turkey this Thanksgiving? Rolled Turkey Breast with Roasted Red Pepper Stuffing is for you. Not only is it the perfect alternative to traditional turkey and stuffing, it can be prepared ahead of time! My good friend Ella Spradley hosted a dinner party one evening and… Read more »
Sausage and Spinach Torte is sophisticated in flavor, tempting to look at, and the perfect main dish for a picnic, lunch or light dinner. Sausage and Spinach Torte is a basically a super flavorful meatloaf that’s served at room temperature. It was a favorite recipe of my mom. She loved serving it at picnics, Botanic… Read more »
Healthy Breaded Pork Chops – an easy-to-prepare main dish that’s perfect for busy day dinner. This recipe for Healthy Breaded Pork Chops is another scrumptious dish that I adapted from one I found in my Aunt Bobbie’s recipe box. She loved to cook, and was always looking for new, easy recipes. Well, I think this… Read more »
Rack of Lamb with Nut Crust – an easy, elegant entrée. I love lamb, especially rack of lamb. It really is very easy to make and so impressive at a dinner party. The key is to make sure that the racks are “frenched” or “trimmed” – it will cook better, and look better. So, what… Read more »
Eggplant Parmesan with Sausage, Mushroom and Olive Marinara Sauce is make ahead comfort food at it’s best! My husband Robert has been known for his delicious Eggplant Parmesan for longer than I have known him. I have been bugging him to give me the recipe so I could share it with you all, but since… Read more »
Another delicious recipe to take full advantage of the vast amount of zucchini and various fresh mushrooms at the farmer’s market this time of year. Inspired by a Julia Childs’ recipe, this dish can be made vegetarian, or with ham (see “Variation” on the bottom).
A delicious way to serve green beans that everyone in your family will love.
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 »
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 »