Growing up, food was the one thing that made me smile. I love reading cookbooks and could not wait to get my hands on a new Rachel Ray cookbook. Those books were simple, and creative. The recipes allowed room for readers to understand the cooking process.
I was young and easily took note of every sauce, and pasta recipe that were featured. Cooking soon became one of my favorite things to do. And still is Today!
Here is a pasta recipe made by my personal favorite chef, Emeril Lagasse for you all to enjoy: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/pot-roast-pasta-bolognese-recipe/index.html
Have a great week, and until next time, take a new recipe and get lost cooking in the kitchen.
It is mid winter season, despite the unusual weather here in NYC, and I have been looking forward to baking a few new recipes. Primarily, in hopes to turn my weekend into a joyful, work free time with my family. It is easy to daydream of a weekend with just the TV, a batch of something fresh, chocolate covered (of course), and delicious. I usually turn to Tollhouse, for their timeless chocolate chip cookies, but not this time. This week, I have been captivated by the smooth, creamy and divine taste of a slice of Tres leches cake.
Cake of all kinds are worthwhile, but with a few bites of a tres leches cake, I know that you will find that time has stopped and all of your daily worries will be melting away.
Check out a this great recipe here: http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2009/09/tres-leches-cake/
Until Next time, make sure to give cake recipes a try this week, you won’t regret it! For a plate of dessert can make a girl’s day shine a whole lot brighter. Honestly, it is my absolute instant cheer-up method, for any day of the week!
Hey Everyone, here is to wishing you all a full and blessed New Years! May you have a long list of food adventures this year. Including a never – ending plate full of delicious treats to enjoy throughout the year!
Happy Holidays Everyone, I hope that you all had a wonderful time with your friends and families. I apologize for the delay in posts, I found errors with the settings on WordPress and struggled to locate a solution to fixing the problems. The posts I had created were accidentally deleted and it took some time to find out the reasons for the setting problems.
Thankfully, I was able to obtain help and finally fixed the stressful problems. I am thrilled that I will be able to post again!
Thank You for your patience. I will be posting more, fund food posts for all of you to read in the New Year!
Every winter, pancakes is one main resource that I can always turn to keep me warm and happy. I enjoy getting up early to have a plate of pancakes for breakfast. Whether it is a recipe from a cookbook or an instruction manual on the side of a pancake – mix box, making pancakes will continually supply you with a simple and fun activity on the weekend.
Folks, my weekday breakfast routine suffers constantly due to sad excuse of an alarm clock. Truly, the 5 more minutes of sleep that I recieve, will often knock away any thoughts I had of making pancakes during the week. The weekends are my favorite; I can’t wait to stay indoors and relax on the couch with a marathon of the tv show, NCIS and my very own batch of fluffly pancakes.
Try out this great pancake recipe from Epicurious, it is bound to be a great day. Picture it: You, warm, maple syrup, a massive pile of pancakes and your favorite TV show marathon! This is one terrific activity you are going to love!
Julia Childs is legendary for her passion for food and the full, inspiring life she lived. What I loved about her is that she always expressed her bright spirit, love for cooking, drive to succeed, enthusiasm for conquering baking recipes, willingness to try new things, ambition to teach other aspiring women to cook, boldness to say what’s on her mind and confidence to forget about fear and use more of her heart in every adventure she went on. Thank You Julia! Here are a few of my favorite Julia Child Quotes below:
This week, I present a challenge to myself, to visit a bookstore and discover new French -inspired recipes. Starting with dessert dishes like Chocolate eclairs and truffles.
Fruit is an essential item that is provided at local green markets and produce section of the supermarket. Often, when were craving salt-based junk foods, it would be a better option to try a great, healthy and tasty fruit-inspired snack.
Finally, here are two excellent snacks perfect for Breakfast or eating in the Mid-afternoon.
1) The Blueberry Pomegranate Smoothie and 2) Sliced Gala Apples with honey, peanut-butter dip.
Fruit can get tired and over-used, but it never hurts to try a new smoothie recipe!