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Salts, Spices and Recipes Based On The Food You Love.
There are some secrets to baking a successful soufflé: Soufflés are made from an egg yolk-based custard that is lightened with beaten egg whites. This mixture bakes up into a light airy creation that makes an impressive dessert or savvory dish. The following guidelines help […]
Well the Eagles did the impossible and won the Super bowl, Congratulations to them. So, I decided to post a recipe that is uniquely Philadelphia, Soft Pretzels. Check it out!
Today, many things are celebrated in the month of February. As a little girl it was the month of love due to Valentine’s Day falling in the middle of the month.
At school we made Valentine cards out of colorful construction papers, heart shaped candies, glue and glitter to give to our parents and classmates. A tradition that I hope still exists today.
Sharing little heart candies with my friends and saving the ones that said “Be Mine” for that special friend.
I was always excited to get home and see what flowers my daddy gave my mother. It was truly a special time.
My husband makes every day special but always gives me beautiful roses, special chocolates and a poem on Valentine’s Day. He has done this for 30 years. Several years ago we decided to stay home and prepare a romantic dinner together and share a special bottle of wine.s
This year we will prepare baked lobster tails with drawn butter, using the recipe listed on this site. We will also make Jasmine rice and Garlic Lemon Brussels Sprouts. I will post the Brussels sprout recipe soon.
Our puppy, Bandit, will be sharing this Valentine’s Day with us and we will all end the evening with a movie. Don and I will have a piece of Cheesecake (recipe on my blog) and a cup of Charleston Pecan coffee and Bandit, our toy poodle, will have a special doggy treat!
Ever notice how shinny oranges, apples and cucumbers are at the supermarkets, and unfortunately even produce stands. Well, those shiny, tempting fruits are wearing make-up: a layer of wax. Waxing fruit not only makes them look better, but it also helps them last longer. All-natural […]
There is a lot of discussion about truffle oil and how to use it effectively. My proprietary blended oil is a special blend of black truffle extract and truffle essence to create it’s exquisite flavor. I thought I would share some of my favorite ways […]
I’ve received several emails about using sea salt and the concern about not having enough iodine in their diet. So, I did some research and found that according to the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Dietary Supplements, studies tests have shown that most Americans […]
It seems that every week I hear alarming news about the quality of fish on our plates. A recent audit game the FDA a failing grade on their monitoring and inspection processes. Genetically modified salmon is in our supermarket shelves, even as a recent study […]
Most of us have many spices in our kitchen and use them as flavor aids. Something I try to keep in mind are the health benefits and when appropriate I introduce them to dishes. Here are some examples: Garlic: Eating garlic regularly is not only […]