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My Australian friends told me to try and they were right…I loved it! Because kangaroo is a lean meat, such as venison, I added some minced onion and minced bacon to the meatball recipe to […]
So, I first started to plan a recipe around American Horror Story’s third season premier celebrating New Orleans. I thought about the many wonderful dishes that Louisiana has to offer us. But, then I remembered […]
Memories of Germany! This meal is breaded pork with a mushroom-onion sauce served with a side of braised red cabbage.
I ate my first Crabcake Benedict in 1992 in the Washington D.C. area. I fell in love…I can even remember where I sitting up at the bar that day! This is my homage to that most perfect brunch.
I have recently started buying tuna packed in pure olive oil as opposed to being packed in water. It went against everything that I was traditionally taught. Oil is fat, therefore, fat will make you […]
The mushrooms are the star of this dish. This needs to cook overnight, so make sure you allow for the extra time needed. Also, if you don’t want to spend the money on a bottle of […]
This took a few tries to figure out a gluten-free “stuffing”; however, I think this has incredible flavor and gives a really good rendition of the tradition! Breading: 4 eggs 1/3 cup coconut flour 1/3 […]
I didn’t really have a recipe in mind when I went to the Farmer’s Market this past Saturday; however, once I tasted the arugula microgreens, I knew I needed to make myself a salad. I […]
I think people have taste buds either for or against Brussels Sprouts. My father and I can eat them like candy and my husband and mom think they have a bitter taste. So, I am […]