Just this morning I packed some aged parmesan into my daughter’s lunchbox for school. “The good stuff, the real thing, you know the one you bring from Italy every time, how old is it 38 years?”, yes, that’s what she said less than an hour ago. Okay, this particular Parmigiano Reggiano is “only” aged for […]
So part of living in the South of the United States means that even if there is only minimal snowfall, it is a BIG deal – for the lack of equipment to manage the effects of snow and ice. So grounded we are with no chance to stock up (not that my kitchen needs it […]
Want to feel warm and fuzzy on a cold day? Try baked smoked mozzarella with mushrooms!
Today’s Farmer’s Market finds: The goal is to let the ingredients shine and fuel both the body and soul
There is only so much hotel food, I can eat and since finding an alternative choice on a Monday in Punta Islita was not an option, we ventured out of town. What’s one more dirt road and a couple of streams to cross at this point in our Costa Rican journey along the roads less […]
Cold Costa Rican craft beer, amazing views and great food – all provided by gracious hosts William (chef and soon brewmaster at Monkey Brewing Co.) and Sandro (bartender and always smiling maitre d’) – what more could you ask for? Skip eating downtown at Playas Del Coco and head straight up to “The Lookout”, you […]
Here’s a look at what came out of my kitchen this week. Just have fun with your veggies as healthy food doesn’t have to be bland and boring. I don’t follow recipes nor do I take notes while I cook. My goal is always to let the actual ingredients shine and roasting, grilling (preferably on […]