Chocolate Feast for Chocolat (and Food ‘n Flix 10th Anniversary)

Three chocolate inspired recipes today to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Food ‘n Flix and the film Chocolat: Eggplant Caponata, Chili-Cocoa Rubbed Steaks, and Chocolate Salami. . . . → Read More: Chocolate Feast for Chocolat (and Food ‘n Flix 10th Anniversary)

Herb Sourdough Crackers

It seems like I’ve been on a bit of a sourdough odyssey recently. Here’s the latest recipe that you must try. These crackers are addictive! . . . → Read More: Herb Sourdough Crackers

Healthy Minestrone: Welcome to the Blue Zone

The Blue Zones Kitchen: 100 Recipes to Live to 100 is the current stop on the TLC Book Tour. I’m also including it in my Cookbook Highlight of the Week. Want to live a long and healthy life? Read on. . . . → Read More: Healthy Minestrone: Welcome to the Blue Zone

Herbed Veggie Dip

49er fan or a KC fan. It honestly matters not to me…I’m all about the food. Here’s a great dip that is fresh, green and great with veggies for a healthier option. (But, I’ve got a few other recipes today that are totally delicious and bad for you!) . . . → Read More: Herbed Veggie Dip

Happy New Year Hummus (Eat your black-eyed peas!)

How many days of good luck will you have after eating this hummus? An infinite number (because it’s full of black eyed peas)! Here’s to a wonderful 2020! . . . → Read More: Happy New Year Hummus (Eat your black-eyed peas!)

A New Old-Fashioned, an appetizer and Buttermilk Graffiti

I’m highlighting Chef Edward Lee today. Buttermilk Graffiti is the featured book for Cook the Books. Here’s a berry delightful and thymely cocktail along with a mushroom “hummus.” . . . → Read More: A New Old-Fashioned, an appetizer and Buttermilk Graffiti

Food ‘n Flix: Part One for Spinning Plates, a simple guacamole

Spinning Plates is the Food ‘n Flix April feature. I decided to do three recipes and three different posts to celebrate. Today’s post is a simple guacamole for a humble family restaurant. (It’s also doing double duty for I Heart Cooking Clubs. . . . → Read More: Food ‘n Flix: Part One for Spinning Plates, a simple guacamole

Baked Sun-Dried Tomato Dip

A restaurant favorite appetizer and a new recipe. This is a great dip with a Mediterranean flair. (It’s also pretty darn quick and easy.) . . . → Read More: Baked Sun-Dried Tomato Dip

Tortilla Dusted Jalapeno Dip

Super Bowl LIII

My Super Bowl posts tend to be completed in advance, sometimes as much as a year.  (That was true with last year’s post of Spicy Onion Dip, posted for Super Bowl LII but actually made and eaten for Super Bowl LI.)

This is again the case for another spicy dip, Tortilla Dusted . . . → Read More: Tortilla Dusted Jalapeno Dip

Baked Brie and Book Club for Food ‘n Flix

Welcome to my first Food ‘n Flix post for 2019. 

Evelyne from CulturEatz is hosting Book Club, probably the most recent movie that’s been featured at Food ‘n Flix for a long time.   (You can read her announcement post here.)

I love the female cast:

Diane Keaton.  I have a love/hate relationship with her.  Kay . . . → Read More: Baked Brie and Book Club for Food ‘n Flix