THE WINE STORE is owned and operated by Bruce Nichols, a 30+year veteran of the hospitality industry. Bruce has been central to the wine business since the early 1980’s in restaurants, hotels, and global corporate food service management.
Author: Rob Kircher
Rob Kircher and neighbor Lisa Malcolm are the “Garden Gourmets”. They’re all about what grows in their adjoining Florida yards…how to care for it, utilize it, and if edible, how to cook and eat it! Check out their out frequent videos and blog entries. It’s entertaining, educational, and engaging!
A few days ago, I finally found time to check out a place I heard so much about…a family-owned and operated business called the Circle C Farm Store located in historic, picturesque Bonita Springs, Florida. (I love this place!) It’s located on the corner of Old 41 (main drag) and […]
This beautiful berry meringue wreath is a holiday dessert winner! You’ll get plenty of oohs and ahhs with this eye-popping festive dessert!
Essentially, Rob’s Loves is a potpourri of all things I love doing, the intriguing people who’ve enriched my life, and the long list of curiosities I want to learn more about. In one way or another, they all relate creativity to food…from gardening to cooking, grocery shopping to entertaining, and […]
As Rob previously mentioned we were at Week’s Fish Market in Bonita Springs & purchased a whole Lane Snapper. We have a friend, Chef Hector who had previously prepared snapper grilled in banana leaves in our outdoor kitchen.
This is my husband’s favorite breakfast! Rob is an early riser, starting his day sometime between 2:30-4:00 AM. Way too early for me. He doesn’t have far to travel, just down the hall into his home office. Then, around 5:30AM he’s had his morning coffee and is ready for breakfast. Several times a week he prepares wonderful scrambled eggs with a side of sautéed vine fresh tomatoes and mushrooms. To dress the eggs up, he’ll add fresh herbs as a final step. So, while it’s still dark, and flashlight in hand, he snips a sprig or two from potted herbs around the outdoor kitchen. It could be sage, rosemary, chive, oregano whatever strikes his fancy. They’re all terrific!
My wife is a dynamite cook. Frankly, she is ‘chef’ level any day of the week even though she denies it. Rarely does she make the same thing twice. Her idea of fun and relaxation is to scour through old cookbooks and surf the net in search unique recipes; often ones she alters with her own twist. Then there are those she creates from scratch.