I seem to be on a roll using Limoncello in recipes – I guess you can tell I just love it. This vinaigrette is a perfect combination of sweet (Limoncello), tart (lemon juice and zest) and fiery (red pepper flakes). This recipe from Genius Kitchen would also be delicious with seafood. I served this fresh … Continue reading
Way back in 1926 (or some say 1929) a restaurant shaped like a hat opened near the Ambassador Hotel. This Hollywood legend was called The Brown Derby Restaurant. They not only had a reputation for good food but it was the center of the glamorous film industry during the Golden Age of Hollywood. Everyone and … Continue reading
My first harvest of my own Fall lettuce in my raised beds (use to have a 40×120′ garden) and I made a very simple vinaigrette to dress my greens with. Yes, I planted lettuce – I meant to post some other pictures of what I grew this year (especially my tomatoes) in my (three) 3′ x 6′ raised cedar … Continue reading
I am always looking for ways to use the products I can, such as my Red Jalapeno Jam or Jelly. This recipe appeared in a Southern Living magazine but they used red bell pepper jelly not the hot red jalapeno jam I used. This dressing is very good and perfect on a tossed salad.
This restaurant used to be a “hot spot” in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It has been gone a long time and this is one of their salad dressings; memories…
Both of these salad dressings are excellent to serve over spinach. One recipe is sweet and the other recipe comes from my Dad which has a liqueur in it.