Shrimp Crepes With a Limoncello Butter-Cream Sauce

I love my “shrimps” and I often come up with new ways to serve them. These crepes paired beautifully with a limoncello butter sauce that I previously used with a fresh salmon fillet. The filling in the crepes has some of this delicious liqueur as well. Limoncello is so versatile that  I’ve added it to … Continue reading

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

Salmon with a Limoncello Cream Sauce

Salmon is a favorite seafood and I like to eat it all kinds of different ways. From grilling on a cedar plank, poaching, pan frying, salmon cakes, serving with different sauces – the recipes are all good. I mentioned in a previous post that Limoncello would go great with fish or seafood. After some thought … Continue reading

Pork Roast with a Sour Cream Gravy

It is that time of the year when it starts to get cooler and roasts, chili, stews and such become a part of the weekly menu.  This has been a favorite way to cook a pork roast for longer than I care to admit and the gravy is a special treat.  I am sure Gene felt … Continue reading

Tortellini Do Forni

It is always fun to look at an old recipe and wonder where it came from.  My old recipe file created by Gene had me list each pasta recipe with pas1, pas2, and so on.  This was my first pasta recipe I recorded which tells me I  have had it quite awhile.   If a recipe was an appetizer … Continue reading

Veal (or Chicken) Colombo with Palmina Sauce

This is another very old recipe and dates back to the time when my favorite news channel, WXYZ-TV hosted a weekly “Friday Feast” where they would highlight a local restaurant.  This recipe came from The Victorian Room located in Warren, Michigan.  At some point it was called Costanzo’s Victorian Room and then in 2000 they … Continue reading

Raspberry Puree

This is delicious to serve as a garnish for a dessert such as Coeur A La Creme Three Ways. or a piece of chocolate cake such as Chocolate Cake with Ganache Frosting.   Very simple to make and can be done ahead of time. 2 pints of raspberries (4 cups) 1/4 to 1/2 cup sugar, depending on the … Continue reading

Homemade Enchilada Sauce

I like to make my own sauce as I can control the salt in it – I buy unsalted tomato sauce as the rest of the seasonings are very flavorful.  See Weight Watcher’s Black Bean and Rice Enchiladas.