Different twist to a fresh spring roll. Try this roast beef alternative. Wonderful!
Tag: barb’s recipes
If you are an oyster lover, try this Baked Scalloped Oysters recipe. I promise you won’t be disappointed!
Prince Edward Island Mussels in White Garlic Cream Sauce. along with crusty ciabatta bread and a glass of chardonnay wine. It doesn’t get any better!
I got this marvelous recipe from my Nephew, Adam who is a private chef in Breckenridge, CO.
We live in a gated community, and once a month all the neighborhood has a get together, appropriately named “Cocktails & Conversation”. The only requirement to attend is BYOB & bring a appetizer or dessert to pass. It’s a great opportunity to catch up with friends and sample all […]
The first time I ever tasted Indian Pudding was at the Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge, MA. This recipe was brought to our country by the pilgrims and originally cornmeal mush. On special occasions, some ingenious pilgrim added molasses, eggs and different spices to make it into a dessert. I […]
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.
As you know, Rob & I live in Southwest Florida year-round. We have lots of friends down here who are seasonal & don’t do much cooking while on their 6 month “vacation. I love to cook, enjoy entertaining friends. Eating dinner out isn’t really my thing especially during season. To crowed, to pricey and reservations only available at 5:00 or 9:00.
I must admit that I really love carbs: I really love good bread (Thank You – DeRomo’s Gourmet Italian Market), all kinds of pasta but I’m much fussier about potatoes. I have what I call my “To Tight Pants Rule”. You all know what I’m talking about – when pants get to tight, cut back on the carbs.
I got this recipe many years ago from a Junior League Cookbook. I’ve made it so many times that the page is so spattered the it’s almost unreadable.