With Thanksgiving behind us, this might be a little late. But there is never a bad time for an apple dessert. If you’re used to Mom’s Apple Pie, this is very different. The apples are cooked stove-top, arranged … Continue reading
This should be renamed Mmmmmmmmarsala. Really. This is great stuff. Looking at the recipe, a couple things stood out. 1. 16 ounces of seitan. For two people. I love seitan and that’s even more than I might use for two … Continue reading
While most of the dishes I tackled were knock-outs, a couple of them were good, but not great. As I said in those posts, it could be due to substitutions or errors. And personal taste comes into play, too. At … Continue reading
This is unlike any other ranchero I’ve had. This is one of those dishes that I simply have to order if it’s on a menu, so I’ve tried a fair share of them. This beats what I’ve been served in … Continue reading
Before I go any further, let me say that I have never had a ‘proper’ curry, only those I’ve made from cookbooks. Or start with that, but end up tinkering some. So this one was a gamble, but made me … Continue reading
Surprisingly, since we both love Mexican food, I’ve never made a tortilla soup. I mentioned to Liz that I was thinking of trying this one, and she said they’d had it on the tasting menu at Horizons. I was sold. … Continue reading
Congratulations to number 11, Phoenix! Just send me your mailing address and I’ll be happy to get this book in the mail to you on Monday!