Phyllis’s Baked Fish: a recipe from my mother’s dear friend, Phyllis, who was a superb home cook.
When I was young, my mother used to make a version of a cheese souffle that was easier to prepare than the traditional French version.
A simple and quick prep results in poached salmon flavored by leeks, dill and chicken stock, recipe by Kelsey of The Naptime Chef.
A low sodium recipe for baked shrimp in tomato sauce.
spinach ricotta pie: this light version of a spinach quiche is a perfect brunch or lunch entrée.
How I wish I had written down my Hungarian grandmother’s recipe for goulash! This is as close as I can come to duplicating it.
LARRY’S SCALLOPS: When my husband and I were first dating, … these scallops were an instant hit one Saturday night.
ROAST CHICKEN WITH MEYER LEMONS: A Meyer lemon is just about my favorite fruit. It has a thin skin, is incredibly juicy and tastes much sweeter than any other lemon I have sampled.