Tag Archives: maple syrup

Roasted Cauliflower and Hazelnut Salad

Yotam Ottolenghi, the darling of London’s contemporary culinary world, brings us amazing, delicious, and not too complicated recipes with a Middle-Eastern sensibility, along with

Cranberry Sauce

One of the many reasons I look forward to Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce. I love making it and I love eating it. For years I have been on the hunt for a perfect cooked sauce (I have a

Gwyneth’s Mother’s Cookies

I was at my friend Pam’s house for dinner last week and I started looking through her cook book collection. The books were all really clean – pristine clean in fact. I immediately felt self-

Baked Apples With Dried Apricots And Almonds

I told my brother Phil that my ‘book group’ was coming over for dinner and that I was making baked apples for dessert. He didn’t think that was a very interesting dessert and made some

Chocolate Torte with Bittersweet Ganache Glaze

When the new Vegetarian Times (vegetariantimes.com) came in the mail I started my perusal ritual and I discovered a photo and recipe for the most delicious looking cake ever.

Buttermilk Pancakes Plain And Simple And My Nephews!

January 11th is my Dad’s birthday – every year. Always. This January 11th was super special because it was my Dad’s 85th birthday and it also happened to be a Saturday. A big-number

An Autumnal Roast…

My current favorite cookbook is Yotam Ottolenghi’s book Plenty. Although Ottolenghi is not a vegetarian – the book is about beautiful, delicious vegetables. Many of the recipes include