Popovers are a light, flavorful and impressive side dish, but require using a special pan. Not these popovers! Mom’s delicious Italian Popovers can be baked in muffin tins. Another scrumptious recipe from mom’s files! Prosciutto, Fontina cheese and green onion are baked into puffy popovers — yum! Popovers can be a bit intimidating and… Read more »
A quick and easy way to prepare fresh corn – a Corn and Prosciutto Salad! One of my favorite foods in summer is fresh corn. Here in Colorado, we have wonderful corn from the town of Olathe — sweet, juicy and tender. This fast, delicious recipe from good friend Kathy Soter is my favorite way to… Read more »
Puff pastry squares are filled chopped prosciutto, fig spread and goat cheese, frozen and then baked until bubbly and puffy. A perfect two bite appetizer for your next gathering! For one of Robert’s birthdays, I created this easy, make-ahead recipe and it was a winner. The salty prosciutto and sweet fig spread pair beautifully —… Read more »
This morning The Denver Post featured a review of a cooking class I conducted last week at the Denver Botanic Gardens. The class, “Appetite for Seduction”, had a Valentine’s Day theme, and provided a turn key menu for a romantic dinner. You can read the article here, and all the recipes are shared there except… Read more »
A great recipe for using up the rest of those delicious tomatoes from your garden! I love fresh tomatoes, and am always looking for new ways to serve them. This easy recipe has a wonderful combination of flavors. I think it looks the prettiest if you use a combination of different color tomatoes.
This is an easy, unique and delicious addition to a cocktail buffet. The Prosciutto, dates and cheese pair perfectly with the balsamic dipping sauce.