Passover Sweet and Sour Meatballs

The whole family loves my Sweet and Sour Meatballs and they are so simple to make, it is almost embarrassing. Since there is usually brisket at the sedar, which is everyone’s beef quota for the week, I make these little … Continue reading

Finally the No Knead Bread Recipe V12.1.

Don’t be intimidated by the length of the instructions.  The hardest thing about the recipe is getting the liquids up to temperature.  I mixed up another one this morning and it took me 10 minutes.  Having a scale makes it … Continue reading

More Bread Adventure

My husband and daughter are upset that I am baking so much, but I did say they didn’t have to finish each loaf. (“Sure, she didn’t say we had to finish each loaf, but, it’s hard not to!” -husband) Finished baking loaves, 5, 6, … Continue reading

The No Knead Bread Adventure

I had heard about Jim Lahey’s no knead bread several years ago and decided it would be a great addition to this semester’s bread and soup class.  I checked out the recipe and knew very few of my students would … Continue reading

Roasted Chicken

A great roasted chicken, well seasoned with crispy skin, is a perfect company dish during the holiday season, or any season for that matter. I think that butterflying and brining the bird are wonderful techniques to insure a juicy, evenly … Continue reading

Salmon with Orange Basil Quinoa Salad

I got a few emails commenting on the picture on my page looking good enough to eat, which indeed it is,  so here is the recipe. The salmon is not pictured.  Lovely heart, healthy Valentine’s Day Dinner Dressing: ½ cup … Continue reading