A few months ago I started writing for New Theory Magazine. The target audience for this cutting-edge magazine are Millennials, Gen X’ers, and Gen Z. New Theory Magazine’s platform is all about forward-thinking and inspiration. My articles so far have been about delicious recipes, culinary insights, inspirational pieces, and viniculture. The Magazine has a wide variety of writers that […]
This marinated goat cheese, pear and crispy prosciutto salad is a real winner! It is a sexy salad that is sure to impress your guests.
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Some people feel compelled to make all foods spicy—even snacks. And whyshouldn’t they? Ingesting spicy foods can make your body release endorphins, also lovingly referred to as happy chemicals. These feel-good endorphins are positive in every way! Therefore for you hungry spice hunters who want to stay happy even between meals, here are a few […]
With the pandemic finally showing signs of coming to an end, you may be excited to start reconnecting with friends and family again at summertime barbeques and parties.
Jam isn’t just for toast and breakfast anymore! Besides being deliciously sweet, what exactly is it? Jam is a sweet spread consisting of pieces of fruit cooked with a large amount of sugar until it is thickened. Jams are typically made from the entire fruit, including the pulp. with the addition of, sugar, water, pectin, and lemon juice. An assortment […]
In this pasta alla Norma reccipe I like to use a handmade pasta often called fusilli and in some dialects, it is known as fileja. Delizioso!
After a few hundred years of making knives, the Japanese have perfected the art of creating a blade that’s strong, light, very sharp, and extremely precise. Japanese knives can be used for cutting through tough meat or daintily slicing through vegetables. Here are a few reasons why you should have a Japanese knife in your kitchen. It’s […]
Moules frites mariniere style is a simple but very classic way to enjoy fresh mussels. Though this dish hails originally from Belgium my very first moules frites dish I had while visiting Toulon, France. Yes, France has a lockdown on muscles and French fries too.