Roasted Vegetable Frittata

I do not use my book of Plenty often enough. The recipes I have made from its pages are outstanding like Two-Potato Vindaloo and Freekeh Pilaf. I’ve also made his Multi-Vegetable Paella (80) which is fantastic. I just didn’t post it. 🙁

I pulled it back out recently and earmarked some recipes . . . → Read More: Roasted Vegetable Frittata

Spicy Beef Sambel

Here’s the latest results from a virtual cooking class with Chef Elizabeth from Haochi US (on a virtual Yelp event). This spicy beef dish is too good not to share (and so easy)! . . . → Read More: Spicy Beef Sambel

Simply Irresistible Coq Au Vin and Fennel Salad for Food ‘n Flix

Welcome to this month’s round for Food ‘n Flix. Wendy from A Day in the Life on a Farm is hosting Simply Irresistible. I had never heard of this movie but it was a FnF feature back in November 2011. That was before I had found this great virtual movie club. (You can read Wendy’s . . . → Read More: Simply Irresistible Coq Au Vin and Fennel Salad for Food ‘n Flix

Guest Post: Bierox and “Take it away, mom!”

Welcome to the first guest post at EE! Join my mother today as she shares an old authentic German recipe and a family favorite. . . . → Read More: Guest Post: Bierox and “Take it away, mom!”

Fourth of July Baked Beans (after the fact)

I did not get this shared in time for the Fourth, but it is definitely a worthy recipe to share NOW for other picnic and grilling summer events. . . . → Read More: Fourth of July Baked Beans (after the fact)

Bags o’ Onions

Here’s a great way to caramelize onions with little mess and little work. And, here’s an even better pickled onion recipe—so good, easy and delicious! . . . → Read More: Bags o’ Onions

Tarte Flambée

The Cook the Books Club selection this round is The Patriarch by Martin Walker. Here is my dish inspired from this mystery novel. . . . → Read More: Tarte FlambĂ©e

Fried Apples ‘n Onions (inspired by Farmer Boy)

This recipe was inspired from Farmer Boy by Laura Ingalls Wilder, the current Cook the Books selection. . . . → Read More: Fried Apples ‘n Onions (inspired by Farmer Boy)

Smoked Oyster Shrimp (or Shrimp Dinner…with Cream)

This post is a continuation from a recent post “Here’s something to blog about, Aunt Deb…”

To recap, I received some delicious looking pictures from one of the favorite nephews with instructions that I should blog about a creative recipe that his dad (the BiL) had created. But, I did not receive a recipe. After . . . → Read More: Smoked Oyster Shrimp (or Shrimp Dinner…with Cream)

Lemon Rice with Peas and Artichokes

Preserved lemons, onions, artichokes, green peas = a unique and delicious rice dish. . . . → Read More: Lemon Rice with Peas and Artichokes