I tossed together a quick gluten-free marinade in the morning, threw in a London Broil and fancied the cooked meat up with a sinfully lovely, gluten-free balsamic onion marmalade I had languishing in the fridge. With the addition of some roasted sweet potatoes, a fresh
Despite my mother being British, I had never, to my recollection, tasted fish and chips until a family vacation to England when I was twelve. And based on that experience, it is highly unlikely I could have had it without remembering.
Flaky white fish surrounded by steamy hot, golden brown fried batter, bursting with
Surely you must be aware of the green bean casserole that has been around since the advent of canned food. Canned beans, canned soup, canned fried onions. Sodium, gluten and tin – yum! Just what I want to eat when I sit down to a celebration dinner. NOT!
Maybe back in the day, the preparers of
It was my dear friend Jude’s birthday this month, and I decided to throw a little dinner party for her and our closest friends. Restaurants are great but honestly, there is nothing like having a group of great friends around your dinner table eating wonderful, home cooked food.
At past dinner parties I have thrown
This recipe came about as so many of mine often do – out of running late and laziness.
Before I learned better, I used to throw dinner parties that would consist of complicated, time consuming food preparations and, while the food was great, I was too stressed out to enjoy my guests.
Now when I entertain, I keep it much
I like to re-think old classics. Take the iceberg lettuce wedge. This is one classic that has made quite the comeback. Icy cold wedges of lettuce topped with creamy