Collard greens and caviar is the range in which we live life and love food. Here you will find a range of human interest stories about food and the culture of food we live in featuring home cooks to food enthusiasts, and culinary experts. And these stories will be accompanied by simple and tasty recipes designed to "hit you in your comfort zone.” There will be other food related features from time to time not to mention recipes from “moi,” because after all – I'm a journalist who stirs a few pots every now and then and writes about it. So dive in. Cook fearless. Eat well.
The challenge was simple: Submit a dish that can be made in the Extended Stay America kitchen. The recipe may contain no more than ten ingredients, and cannot require baking or use of an oven. When I saw the challenge, I entered my recipe. Continue reading →
Cassoulet is fancy and French but you can make this Kitchen Cassoulet in a cinch –
Kitchen Cassoulet up close
Oh who needs to go through the fuss, toil and cost of making a Cassoulet. The traditional slow cooked casserole typically contains pork sausages, goose, duck, sometimes mutton (animal protein) and white beans. Once considered peasant food, today this little dish can set your wallet back more than a few duckets. I am all about budget friendly and health conscious meals on this blog and I have one Continue reading →