on January 31st, 2011
What the heck are shirred egg anyway?
In case you are wondering what shirred egg are, well, they are eggs baked in either cream or butter (or both) in a small ramekin until the whites are firm and the yolks are runny.
See how creamy this look and the kale was great with the eggs.
on January 26th, 2011
Deconstructed Stuffed Bell Pepper - Soup!
That’s what my son Scott calls this soup. Take apart a stuffed bell pepper, throw it in a pot and you have a belly warming soup for the cold nights to come this winter.
When I saw this recipe that my son sent me, it instantly brought back [...]
on January 22nd, 2011
A Delicious appetizer we had at Galatoires in New Orleans.
I knew when I tasted this dish I would soon be trying my own version at home. (Picture is of the crepe we had that night.)
Back in September on our Mother/daughter trip to New Orleans we had some of the most wonderful [...]
on January 17th, 2011
How sagging frosting became the hit of the party.
Most people would have been in tears when they opened their refrigerator and saw all the frosting drooping off the sides of their cake. BUT, not me.
My son Paul was making a Thomas the Train birthday cake for my grandson’s 2nd birthday. It was [...]
on January 12th, 2011
The last of my summer corn and it tasted fresh out of the field.
After making my Corn and Crab Fritters back in the summer I decided to use some of my corn that I had frozen and add some crabmeat to a Corn Maque Choux recipe I have been wanting to try for a [...]