Tarragon Chicken was one of my Mother In Law’s favorite “Ich Mich Pich” or 1-2-3 method of cooking. In other words, she preferred to use as few ingredients as possible and definitely avoided recipes with multiple steps. Just mix up your tarragon-mustard coating, dip and coat the chicken; then bake: […]
When we hear Eggplant Quiche, we automatically think about eggs, cream and cheese. In this case, beaten eggs and tomato purée form the dairy free custard that cradles the sautéed eggplant and onions in a pie crust. Serve this as a vegetable side dish, a vegetarian entrée or add grated […]
Tofu with Currants, Olives and Herbs is the vegetarian version of the Chicken with Currants, Olives and Herbs recipe I learned in Tuscany many years ago. Make it at least one day in advance so that the tofu has a chance to soak up the flavors of the sauce. Prep […]
This recipe takes Mac ‘N Cheese to a new level. Many years ago, when my children were still in school, we traveled to Paris for Winter vacation. Naturally, we visited the Louvre. After several hours of actually seeing the amazing art and sculpture that we had just read about; we […]
Boeuf Bourguignon- what red wine, vegetables,and herbs do to the humble beef cube is simply spectacular! Hint: Make this recipe a day or two in advance. The flavors only get better!
A rolled Roasted Turkey Breast is perfect when you don’t want to roast a whole bird. It’s easy to prepare and is delicious hot or cold. I love using the leftovers for sandwiches or a Chef’s Salad! Even your dark meat devotées will find it moist, flavorful and satisfying. There […]
The exact translation of Coq au Vin is chicken in wine; but it is so much more. There are so many layers of flavor built up in this recipe inspired by Julia Child. The mushrooms are quartered rather than sliced; so they have a more toothsome feel in your mouth. […]
I first decided to prepare Moussaka when I started to make Purim dinners for a group of friends. We started out as young couples with our children and now it has grown to include everyones’ grandchildren as well. I needed a menu much of which could be made in advance […]
Rich and full of flavor. this meat sauce is easy to make and always a crowd pleaser. I like to use any pasta with ridges that will hold on to the sauce; or alternatively, roast spaghetti squash and use that.
How I miss the taste of a wonderful lasagne made with meat sauce and cheese! Well, this week I added veggie meat crumbles to my homemade tomato sauce, loaded on all the cheese and baked it. Spectacular results! This is an easy recipe made with “no boil” lasagne noodles. All […]