I really began learning to cook in California in the 80’s. Goat cheese and sundried tomatoes were all the rage and oh-so gourmet back then. That’s probably why I love this recipe for gluten free chicken roll ups so much. They seem
Q: I want to make over a recipe that calls for panko. What exactly is that? What’s the difference between panko and breadcrumbs? Could I use an equal amount of gluten-free breadcrumbs instead? Can I buy gluten-free panko anywhere? A: I’m so glad you asked! Panko crumbs and standard breadcrumbs have long been staples in a […]
You can never have too many easy chicken dishes in your recipe box.
Chicken is readily available, a relatively inexpensive form of protein, and for most of us a go-to dinner-time staple.
This is one of my go-to recipes
One of my favorite ways to entertain is to host a brunch; it is so much more relaxed than dinner. Not only is brunch easier on the host or hostess but I think that the guest appreciate the mellower atmosphere as well.
Another way I like to make things easier on myself when entertaining is to serve food buffet style
This coming Sunday the culmination of a half year of American football season will come to a close when two teams battle it out in the Super Bowl. (And yes, I looked it up; a football season is exactly 26 weeks long.)
While not a football fan especially, I am a huge fan of San Francisco and our beloved 49ers will be fighting for the title of Super Bowl Champion. I also happen to be a fan of any event where food plays a prominent role.
I hope you all had a lovely holiday! We have had a packed schedule here; holiday cocktail parties, big family dinners, brunches and all sort of lovely, organized chaos. It started with Thanksgiving and a month later we are still in party mode!
After all this reveling I am thinking that New Year’s Eve should be quiet; just a wonderful late night dinner for the hubby and me. But just because it will be only the two of us does not mean it shouldn’t be special.