I ran across this recipe when I went a-Googling for a new and exciting grilled shrimp idea. With the combined words Tyler…Florence…butter…and basil, this was on our dinner table that night. And folks, this has LOTS of butter.
I’ve been buying Pappardelle’s Pasta for years now. Every Sunday at my Highlands Ranch Farmer’s Market, I grab a couple packages of their flavored linguini, angel hair, orzo, pappardelle or ravioli pastas and then with great anticipation head over to their website to find a creative recipe for my latest purchase. Pappardelle offers a recipe for
Wonton Soup made for a delicious light meal last weekend. This classic recipe is really very simple to make in your own kitchen. Especially when wonton wraps are so readily available. Except they were almost Impossible to find in our store. The Safeway store manager finally assisted Bob to end the treasure hunt and led
Just a quick post to talk about a version of Eggs Benedict that found it’s way to our breakfast table this past Sunday. Meteorologists had predicted a blizzard which was to bring a foot of snow to Denver. The storm was to begin early Sunday morning and not clear out until Monday morning. Correct in their
This month’s Secret Recipe Club assignment found me over at Sarah’s blog, Everything In The Kitchen Sink. Sarah is a 20-something engineering undergrad student at UMD who is “eating and cooking her way through life in DC”. She’s admirably ambitious. Besides writing a food blog, in any given week she’s taking and teaching classes, playing
Asian Sloppy Joes One Saturday afternoon last Fall, we were browsing PBS and came across a quite curious scene. An Oriental chef was working furiously over a stove packed full of woks, pressure cookers and sauce pans, all of them steaming, sizzling, smoking or hissing at full speed. Standing alongside the chef were mom and