Green Rice Salad. A great dish for a ladies lunch. Pin187 Stumble Share Share +138 Tweet BufferShares 225
Archives for August 2009
Dinner last night was another great pasta dish compliments of Pappardelle’s brand pasta. We even hit the wine pairing smack dab on the head. The Babich 2006 Sauvignon Blanc was a delicious crisp compliment. Even if you can’t find a spinach flavored pasta (in case you’re Karen in Wichita) I’m sure this sauce would be wonderful
Fleming’s Steak House Macaroni and Cheese Recipe. Kicked up with chipotle spiked toasted panko bread crumbs and you’ve got a great mac and cheese recipe.
Champagne Grapes and Scallops. A delicious, elegant and easy seafood recipe. Despite their name, Champagne grapes aren’t used to make the sparkling wine. Legend has it that the grapes were so named because the tiny grapes resemble bubbles in a glass of champagne. Let’s take a look at this elegant dinner. Pin Stumble Share
Fried Shoestring Zucchini. A great way to prepare a bountiful harvest of zucchini. Served with lemon shrimp and fresh tomatoes from the garden, its a wonderful Summer meal. Pin48 Stumble Share Share +130 Tweet BufferShares 78
From Lebanese to Moroccan dishes, Sahara Restaurant Denver has proudly been serving traditional Arabian cuisine to the Metro area for over 15 years. Pin Stumble Share Share +1 Tweet BufferShares 0
Easy homemade refrigerator pickles. Ready in a week.
Shrimp Tostadas…easy, fresh, delicious and with the addition of adobo sauce…addicting. This creation is one of my favorite things to make during spring, summer…fall…oh heck, we might as well throw in winter. This is delicious, easy, fresh and makes a year round appearance on our dinner table. Pin Stumble Share Share +1 Tweet BufferShares
As I write this, I’m enjoying a piece of toast with some delicious Marionberry Jam that I brought back as a souvenir, and can’t believe it’s already been two weeks ago today that I was at this beautiful brunch. This meal was so enjoyable and special that the flavors and aromas are still fresh in memory.
One of the evening events at the International Pinot Noir Celebration was the famous Northwest Salmon Bake in the Oak Grove at Linfield College. A long standing tradition of the IPNC, the Salmon Bake dramatically showcased wild salmon roasted on alder stakes over a custom built fire pit. Cellared Pinot Noir and wines from