My love for bagels has few boundaries. Split, toasted, crispy and delicious, The smell of a dark golden brown bagel fresh from the oven fills the kitchen and mouths start to water.
Local farms and Community Supported Agriculture programs (or CSAs) are a great resource for procuring fresh seasonal produce.
For most of my life I never believed in the idea of home, Home was always where my head laid down.
We hit the streets of the famed Basque city ready for anything. The town was busy with locals and tourists from all over the globe looking to stake their claim on Pamplona fame.
The smell of roasting beets, potatoes and onions punctuate the cold morning in our drafty country home. A warm oven heats the house with the promising aromas of a special brunch.
This is a quick soup for a cool day. Sautéing the Brussels sprouts and cauliflower separately concentrates their flavor and maintains their texture and color, which contributes to the overall pleasantness of this hearty but light vegetable soup.
These butternut squash potstickers are a perfect option if you’re looking for a vegetarian appetizer. They are crispy, salty and sweet. I fold them in half, put some cheese in it and eat it like a taco.
This weekend we celebrated my mom’s birthday, per tradition it was my job to provide dessert and Alan had volunteered to handle the rest of the meal.
This recipe is geared towards a wintertime meal when fresh corn is not readily available and canned corn is. Creamed corn pasta dish is one of the first things I made for my fiancee when we started dating.
The Croque Monsieur is a rich, cheesy baked sandwich originating in France. Traditionally using Bayonne ham, Gruyere cheese and the classic French mother sauce, Bechamel. The Croque Madame is the same thing but with a fried egg on top.