Honey-Bourbon Pork Tenderloin on the Grill

I wrote a few notes on this recipe from my old file such as “excellent” “very good gravy” “Gene likes”. I thought it came from one of the (8) Weber Grill Cookbooks I own but I couldn’t find it. This is just the kind of recipe they would make, or so I thought. Anyways, my … Continue reading

Koreatown Baby Back Ribs

The warm weather finally has arrived which means grilling season has started.  My family loves ribs and when I saw this recipe in Gaby Dalkin’s recent cookbook “What’s Gaby Cooking: Everyday California Food” I knew I had to make it. Why – when I already have a few versions for grilling ribs; Ina Garten’s which … Continue reading

Ina’s Rigatoni with Sausage and Fennel

Doesn’t this pasta dish look delicious with sweet sausage and anise flavored fennel? In my recent Food Network Magazine this was one of the recipes and feeling the need for some comfort food I knew this had to be on my menu soon. This pasta dish is rich but you can use lower fat cream … Continue reading

Dublin Coddle

You know how words can grab your attention. Well, that’s what happened with this recipe; “Dublin Coddle” sounded like something I would enjoy making. According to Cook’s Country “This old-school derivative of Irish stew layers pork sausage, bacon, onions, potatoes, and stock to “coddle”, or slowly simmer.” Not only the name but the ingredients tweaked my interest. Besides … Continue reading

Roasted Cauliflower Stir-Fry

Cauliflower is a favorite vegetable and when I read “roasted” and “stir-fry” I knew this would be a great recipe. I have adapted this from: http://thewoksoflife.com/2014/05/easy-roasted-cauliflower-stir-fry/ I am sharing this recipe with Angie, Antonia and Sandhya over at Fiesta Friday #139.   Can you see the steam flowing out of the cauliflower dish in two of … Continue reading

1770 House Meatloaf

This is a favorite dish Ina Garten often orders when she dines at the 1770 House in East Hampton, New York. Being that it is one of her favorites I know it would be a favorite of mine too! The Inn was originally built as the home of William Fithian back in 1663.  It was … Continue reading

Elaine’s Rose Harissa Spice Mix

I fell in love with this mix when I first saw Elaine’s post. Rose petals and lots of spicy seasonings truly appealed to my taste buds. For Elaine’s original recipe go here. As a matter of fact I picked it to be a feature and it was that week! Many have already seen Elaine’s Rose Harrisa … Continue reading