Friday, October 15, 2021

Gazpacho

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Cold soup is an oxymoron. Even so, I can’t argue that the many different varieties aren’t refreshing or interesting concepts. For me, the quintessential...

Watermelon-Elderflower Margarita

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Last summer was pretty idyllic for me. I did some traveling, was in a new relationship and had a new social circle. The latter...
Spicy Watermelon Salad

Spicy Watermelon Salad

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Most things I cook and recipes I create are either inspired by something I’ve seen or tasted, with my own take on it, or...
Summer Salads

Two Simple Salads

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I don’t have a lot of family recipes that were handed down from generation to generation. Both of my parents grew up in times...

Classic Roasted Chicken

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In reading Anthony Bourdain's follow-up to Kitchen Confidential (the book that made him), Medium Raw, there is a section where he basically vents on the...
Presenting steamed mussels and clams.

Mussels and Clams

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I love all seafood, but I love shellfish the most. Whether it’s oysters on the half shell, king crab legs, whole Maine lobster or...

Tequila-Lime Chicken Tacos

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Tequila, lime and salt. A great shot and, believe it or not, also a great marinade for chicken. Everyone has an epic tequila story —...
Grilled Shrimp and Lobster

Grilled Shrimp and Lobster

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Grilling is the special province of man. There’s something very satisfying to a man about cooking over open flame. I didn’t make the rule,...

Tortilla Soup

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My dad calls it taco soup. Whatever he wants to call it, I’m obligated to make it every time the family gets together. I...

Pasta Carbonara with Ramps

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Ramps. Ramps. Ramps. The best thing about spring is ramps. Because I grew up in the Southwest, I had never even heard of ramps....