Rosh Hashanah is all about eating sweet things to insure that you have a “sweet and fruitful” year. We have a blessing that we say over our Rosh Hashanah meal in which we eat apples dipped in honey and ask that it be G-d’s will that we are renewed for a good and sweet year. The holiday meal… Read More Tzimmes – The Perfect Holiday Side Dish
I’m a girl who loves her carbs. You can serve me the most beautiful piece of steak or fish with some gorgeous vegetables and, invariably, my first taste is going to be the rice or potato or pasta or bread or whatever other starch is on the plate. Paleo diet, my butt. No, really, my butt.… Read More Dauphinoise Potatoes
The first year we moved to the Lowcountry, we had a really sad Thanksgiving. Chef J had to work of course. The Boy and I didn’t want him to come home to an empty house on such a family oriented holiday so we opted not to travel back home without him. We didn’t have any… Read More Brussels Sprouts and Leek Gratin
My in-laws (The Ps) are amazing cooks. No, really. Amazing cooks. Each of them has a few things they are well known for. GaGa is from southern Oklahoma so you just KNOW that the lady can cook up some chicken fried steak and King Ranch and, lord, can she bake. Grandaddy is well know for… Read More Grilled Grapes, You Are Just Going to Have to Trust Me . . .
So it’s Memorial Day weekend and, while remembering the brave men and women who have served our country, we are also beginning to gear up for summer. A lot of kids got out of school this past week and we all have a three day weekend so it’s time to celebrate, right? I got invited to two… Read More Back Yard Cookout Season is Here!