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Desserts

XXX Pumpkin Bread Pudding (definitely better than Jeannette’s Pies)

 

This guaranteed crowd-pleaser is the perfect grand finale to your Thanksgiving feast, and a wonderful departure from plain old pumpkin pie. Serve with sweetened whipped cream.

Pumpkin Soup
Appetizers, Holidays

Curried Pumpkin Soup

 

Happy Halloween! This is Part 2 of the Pumpkin Everything Series. This is a perfect meal to serve with salad and bread before Trick-or-Treating, or as a first course at Thanksgiving. I almost always double it, so there’s plenty of leftovers to enjoy later.

Entrees

Mom, what’s for dinner?

 

If for you, the four most dreaded words in the English language are not “We need to talk” or “Your card’s been declined,” but rather, “Mom, what’s for dinner?” then this month’s recipes are for you.

Entrees, Seafood, Uncategorized

Pappou’s Snapper

 

 I’m dedicating this month’s recipe to my dear, late father-in-law, Gwinn. Gwinn didn’t have a Greek bone in his body, but he was a full-blooded Hellenophile. His passion for all things Greek dated to a magical journey he made as a young man.  While there, he became enchanted with the […]

Cinco de Mayo Recipes
Appetizers, Holidays

Fresh Guacamole

 

This is Part 2 of the Cinco de Yummo recipe series: Fresh Guacamole. These are tried and true recipes, and the perfect way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your family and friends. Make sure you don’t miss Part 1 of the series: Betserita’s Frozen Margaritas.

Cinco de Mayo Recipes
Holidays

Betseritas

 

This is Part 1 of the Cinco de Yummo recipe series: Betserita’s Frozen Margaritas. These are tried and true recipes, and the perfect way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your family and friends. Make sure you don’t miss Part 2 of the series: Fresh Guacamole.

Cinco de Mayo Recipes
Appetizers, Holidays, Side

Cinco de Yummo!

 

Reward yourself with a pitcher of my favorite margaritas and a big bowl of homemade guac. These are tried and true recipes, and the perfect way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo (misunderstood history notwithstanding) with your family and friends.

Asparagus Soup
Entrees

Come, Lovely Spring

 

My love for cooking and my love for the man who would become my husband both had their origin in Washington, D.C. in the spring of 1989. Paul said it dawned on him that evening that if I could make asparagus taste that good, he saw promise in the relationship.