Boston, this one’s for you: a “back to basics – back to baking” recipe that will hopefully place a smile on many a Bostonians’ face and a comforting warmth in their hearts.
Winter’s Tour de Force! A snowy journey.
Many have asked me for names and links to the places I have visited, so this newsletter will include all the details and will hopefully find you on a springlike day.
Saint Patrick’s Day is a time when everyone can be Irish for a day. And also a time of the year when a dish called “Corned beef and Cabbage” makes its yearly comeback.
Mamma Maria is a true Italian oasis in the heart of Lahti, Finland. From its decor to its friendly Italian waitstaff to the well-prepared and authentic Italian food, this restaurant delivers a very warm and welcoming Italian embrace in the midst of a Finnish winter.
Yeast doughs are alive! Yes, they can be tricky to work with at times, but nothing is as satisfying and exciting as successfully baking a delicious loaf of bread. Remember bread and mankind are old friends that knead each other!
Super Bowl Sunday party foods! How about adding a delicious lobster dip to the line up? Serve this delicious dip in a “super bowl” and let the “Big Game” begin!
On the road again! Heading out to Omaha, Nebraska for a Culinary Advisory Board meeting with food giant ConAgra. Unexpectedly, after Omaha, I will be back in Helsinki, Finland. Year 2013 is in full swing. Join me as I share these travels with you as we learn and catch all the inspiration together.
I would like very much to share with you the progress I have made on my endeavor to publish my books. Shortly before Christmas I was signed by a literary agent in New York City! Read on…
Cotochino con lenticchi is a traditional Italian pork sausage and lentil dish that is popular throughout Italy for New Year celebrations. Delicious and easy to make. ~ Happy New Year to all!