Pecan Pie is the perfect pie for the nut lovers among us. In my case, that extreme nut lover is my husband. When developing this recipe, I added a layer of chopped nuts on the bottom in addition to the nuts that decorate the top. It’s a slam dunk. Pour […]
Author: Gloria Kobrin
This Vegetarian Mushroom and Barley soup is brimming over with loads of flavor from fresh vegetables and dill. Serve it as a first course; or add crusty bread and a salad and enjoy it as a meal! For a Vegetable soup without barley, click on the link. Prep time: 30 minutes
The combined flavors of orange, ginger and hoisin sauce are irresistible when combined with the deep flavors of short ribs.
Roast Duck in Orange Sauce was generally my Father’s and my first choice at La Grenouille- a spectacular French restaurant in New York City. Duck served in a restaurant of this caliber- well, there is just no way to describe it properly. The skin was completely crisp and delicious […]
Rack of lamb smothered in non-dairy pesto before roasting is one of life’s guilty pleasures!
These Glazed Roasted Pears are just gorgeous and so simple to prepare. You don’t even have to peel them; although you do have to peel the oranges. The pomegranate and wine glaze on these pears make them mouthwatering on their own. Add a scoop of coconut or vanilla sorbet (vanilla […]
One taste of a Fried Olive will make you a devotée for life! The piquant flavor of the olives wrapped in the crunchiness of Panko is a match made in taste heaven. Note: I’ve been using a countertop electric fryer for several years now. It makes the job much easier.
This cake is my “go to” dessert whenever I need an easy desert to feed a crowd. It has a deep chocolate flavor and is light as a feather. I like to frost it with a mocha buttercream or Seven Minute Frosting.
Chestnuts, Pearl Onions and Celery may sound like an unusual combination of ingredients; but there is a real umami to this dish! The chestnuts are rich and creamy. The onions are slightly caramelized; and the celery adds crunch. Add in the flavors of wine and thyme and you’re in heaven!For […]
A wonderful lady from the South taught me how to make this Skinless Fried chicken. Actually, she had the patience to thoroughly clean the skin on tons of chicken before she began the recipe. I am lacking in such patience. I use Anne’s method of seasoning, flouring and frying the […]