Stone Fruit Salsa

I know I have not posted for a while this summer. I have been making great food for my clients and family. Many draft posts are in my arsenal, and I’m ready to share another easy salsa recipe. This mimics my basic formula with the mix up of stone fruit. It will be an accompaniment…

Limoncello

When life hands you lemons, especially during a Pandemic, you make Limoncello. My college-aged student has loved to learn cooking skills and about nutrition the last few years. I mentioned I made limoncello for my clients a few years ago as a gift. He was ready to count down 30-45 days of lemon peels infusing…

Grilled Broccoli Salad

I love to roast broccoli, but I’ve been putting it on the grill this spring. I realized how quickly it cooks compared to the oven and just as delicious. I’ve combined it with a few go-to salad items that I usually have on hand and here’s my favorite way to enjoy grilled broccoli. This is…

Barbacoa Tacos

We felt the need to celebrate Mexican cuisine this week on Cinco de Mayo. Really, it was an excuse to make tacos. This barbacoa sauce is easy and can be made ahead. Go buy some chipotles in adobo, make some pico de gallo and you’re on your way to yummy tacos. Barbacoa Tacos Serves 4-6…

Rainbow Beets with Arugula and Goat cheese

This salad is beautiful and so good for you. You may want to hide from beets or are intimated by them. I think they have gotten a bad reputation. Times are changing, and more and more I see beets already prepared in the produce section. A tangy vinaigrette and goat cheese make this combination a…

Spicy Salmon Gyro Lettuce Wraps

I first made this recipe about 8 years before I went to culinary school. I was training for a marathon and was interested in finding recovery meals for after a long run. Runner’s World had this in their recipe bank and it became the inspiration for my version. This was a hit for my “On…