In this recipe, I’ve used the ingredients of a beef tagine; but have replaced the beef with seitan and prepared them in a regular skillet rather than an official beautiful tagine. The exotic aroma of the spice mix alone is enticing. The seitan absorbs these flavors and is then mixed […]
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The orange glaze seeps into the cake and keeps it moist for as long as it lasts.
This recipe for Carrot Cake was given to me by my brother in law Jay. It is moist, sweet and spiced with the warmth of cinnamon.
This recipe is easy, healthy, delicious and can be served at room temperature.
This vegetarian Mushroom and Barley soup is brimming over with flavor from fresh vegetables and loads of dill. Serve it as a first course; or add crusty bread and a salad and enjoy it as a meal! 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 […]
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.