Nana’s Sicilian Rice Dressing Our grandmother’s “stuffing” for Thanksgiving turkey is probably one of our most precious family heirlooms, so I’m sure you understand how much it means to share it with you. We grew up with this recipe. When she was healthy and well enough, my dad’s mother, our Nana, made this for our […]
Last month an angelic friend of mine shared the mother lode of his garden’s heirloom tomatoes. For at least a week these babies begged from a bowl on my counter to be made into something divine.
Biscotti is Italian for “twice baked”. This style of classic cookie has its dough first baked as logs, which are then sliced and pieces are baked again.
This recipe is reminiscent of one of my favorite summer experiences.
Ripe mangos and bananas blend beautifully to render quick bread loaves that give new meaning to bliss.
Once upon a time, in the early days of Melting Pot Tours, I was gifted with a 3-pack of fresh strawberries that inspired one of the best strawberry cakes ever.
If you, or those you love, love steak … do I have a recipe for you. This earthy blend will have your diners coming back and asking for more!
These spicy ginger snaps have lots of stories associated with them, not the least of which is about them resonating with a beautiful Italian cousin of ours.
If you know me, I not only love spotting celebrities, but also spotting where and what they eat. This green smoothie is the stuff of stars.
I wondered what would happen if I put these ingredients in the blender, added oil, and made it into a creamy vinaigrette? Here’s what happened.