These decadent Baileys Irish Cream brownies for St. Patrick’s Day are a delicious way to treat the Leprechauns in your life.
Jazz up your Mardi Gras celebrations this year with a vibrant King Cake, a cross between a coffee cake and a buttery French pastry.
My favorite dish for Fat Tuesday celebrations is a Mighty Meat and Shrimp Jambalaya! The best thing about jambalaya is that you can easily tailor it to your own tastes.
A Hot Chocolate Soufflé is a perfect dessert to impress that special someone on Valentine’s Day. My dear friend’s Mom shared this foolproof recipe with me; now, I’m sharing it with you.
Every once and a while I like to take a break from the food, recipe and travel posts that I normally blog about. Recently I was contacted by Recoverywell.org out of Wilmington, Delaware. They asked me to share their inspiring message of recovery on my blog. I am a big advocate of recovery programs. These programs save countless lives every day. I am a big advocate! The professionals at Recoverywell.org offer real hope and change for those ready and willing to clean up their lives.
Seasons Greetings from my kitchen to yours! Here’s an easy-to-prepare, Asti Spumante poached salmon to help you RING in another New Year.
Get excited, people! This amaretti-pumpkin twist on a classic tiramisu is absolutely delicious and would make a perfect dessert for your holiday table.
Loantaka Brook Reservation offer a great opportunity to experience all your 5 senses in a stunning open air classroom.
Menus have become a launching ground of advertisement for local growers and producers. Is the local movement a good thing? Yes, you bet it is! Locally grown and made products are the epitome of freshness. Buying them helps to keep local businesses thriving. But, as a chef I feel menus need not describe every local products point of origin and not feel that you are trapped in a local movement.