Category Archives: Cooking
The summer months are just around the corner, so you know you have GOT to brush up on your watermelon cutting skills before hitting the picnics.
Rhodes Bread has taken the traditional pizza and turned it upside down.
With Passover right around the corner, it is the perfect time to perfect a roast brisket recipe.
For something different than the standard salt, pepper, and go method, look no further than Richard Blais’s Brisket with Coriander, Black Pepper and Brown Sugar.
Turkey recipes for Thanksgiving are usually a family secret or only our mothers or grandmothers work the kitchen during the days festivities.
What if you want to give it a go by yourself this year and host your family for the first time without any family interjection.
I’ve searched the web to find some varying recipes worth a try for first time Thanksgiving chefs, or for anyone looking to change things up a bit.
So many blueberry recipes so little time. I for one love blueberries so when I was looking up some recipes I found this great article from ‘The Huffington Post’.
I’m a big fan of the blueberry cheesecakes or crumbles, but I’ll be making some of these other recipes.
You’ll also see some summer drinks using blueberries that you can try like a Mojito.
Enjoy the recipes and when I make something I’ll be sure to share the preparation, steps, and pictures.
My baked salmon over arugula salad recipe came about as part of my weight loss program that I’m currently on.
I wanted to keep the recipe separate from my opinions of the program because maybe you came here just because you needed a salmon recipe, so be it.
This salmon recipe is easy to make, as salmon takes only 10 minutes or so to bake with very minimal preparation.
I’m always up for a challenge and trying new things so why not vegetarian taquitos.
My wife Melissa found this recipe for me, but I made some slight modifications and learned what works and what doesn’t in the process.
I’ll explain every step of the way throughout the recipe.