Shrimp and scallops are lightly floured, then seared and mixed with this decadent orange cream sauce. Served over angel hair pasta, this restaurant quality meal is a treat.
Archives for May 2009
John Holly Mango Roll. My favorite thing to eat for lunch in Denver. First of all, take a look at that picture and that big beautiful high altitude blue sky we have in Colorado. Breathtaking. Food: When I pull into the parking lot of my favorite restaurant John Holly’s Asian Bistro in Lone Tree, my pulse
Huddle up Foodies. This is a coup. My friend Pat Argall, has given me permission to share his famous and sought after Cream Cheese Flan recipe. First of all, let me tell you something about Pat. He’s one of the hardest working guys in our industry, an expert in the mortgage field, a true professional
Savory short ribs, seared and then cooked in the oven with onion, tomatoes, poblano peppers and spices bring a warm and delicious meal to your table.
Our friend Dan, suggested that we try out Uniscali Restaurant in Castle Rock. So Friday night, we did exactly that! Apparently owned by the same folks as Union, also in Castle Rock, and Ya Ya’s in Greenwood Village, it sounded like we were in for a treat. And a treat it was. An unexpectedly urban
There’s nothing like cheeseburgers & fries at one of the most beautiful and exclusive golf courses in the United States; Sanctuary, Castle Rock, CO. Sheri and I joined the foursome: Paul Oehm, Jeff Little, Bob Brown and Greg Tiffin for lunch only (some one around here has to work). Before the tee-off, we all gathered on Tee
what a great combination for grilled chicken kabobs. Predictable with onions and chunks of zucchini, the surprise in this skewer is a tart bite of tomatillo. This recipe comes together nicely dressed with a red wine vinegar, parsley and mint combination.
This past Monday, Bob and I loaded up at 6:00 a.m. with a friend, Dan Stringer, and headed out for Birding Pawnee National Grasslands. Well, of course, this was an exucse to make it a food event also. I mean, after all, ya have to eat too. A few weeks ago, I was watching Ina Garten,