This recipe is a great accompaniment to a Mexican dinner such as quesadillas, tacos or fajitas. It looks like you worked hard to make this dish, but it is very easy and satisfying.
With these cold winter days upon us, I decided to make some homemade shrimp gumbo for my weekly clients to enjoy. Add some Cajun rice to the bottom of a bowl and top with the gumbo for a delicious and satisfying meal.
I have been craving Greek dishes – Greek Pastitsio in particular. Years ago, I used to work at an authentic Greek restaurant and I learned to make many of the Greek dishes. Pastitsio was one of my favorites.
With 2014 just getting started, everyone is looking to eat healthier. I can help with this healthy, easy to prepare – yet delicious – Citrus Glazed Salmon. You can serve it with roasted vegetables, as I did, or over brown rice.
I made a poached pears dessert for the finale of a murder mystery dinner party a few weeks back. It was a private party in my client’s home to celebrate a special birthday. I wanted to display a real show-stopper with my dessert, and the poached pears did the trick.
I love salad before dinner, and this is a great salad to impress holiday guests.
To me, nothing says the holiday like a classic crown pork roast.
With cooler temperatures in the air, it’s time to make soups and stews. I was at the Woodstock Farmers Market last week and loaded up on fresh, organic vegetables.
I love chili, and with the beautiful fall weather surrounding us, it’s a perfect time for it.
If you are tired of the same old meatloaf recipe or are looking for a kid-friendly meatloaf, this is the answer.
I have several clients who are on gluten-free diets. I have to make sure I am able to make them their favorites meals, but make them gluten free.
One of my clients hired me recently to come to their home and prepare an intimate dinner party for five. Their diet is gluten-free, and they wanted appetizers, dinner and dessert.
This week’s recipe is a healthier version of fried ravioli, these are oven-baked and homemade. Kids really love this dish for dinner. Serve with a mixed greens salad and dinner is done.
With this dish, I took the flavors of an antipasto platter and created a wonderful chicken dinner filled with amazing flavors and full of color. You can add black olives to this dish, as well.
Last Friday, I recreated a dinner for a couple celabrating their 20th wedding anniversary. They asked me to make the same meal they enjoyed the night of their wedding.
This recipe is healthy, fast and gluten-free. It is a great weeknight dinner, and a creative way to shake up a routine of serving the same chicken dishes.
This is a really good recipe if you like salmon and asparagus. Celebrate spring with this recipe filled with spring flavors. Two of my clients who I cook for every week have gluten-free diets, so when I make this recipe, I just swap the pasta, and the dish becomes a healthy, gluten-free meal.
With outside parties just around the corner, this healthy spinach artichoke dip with homemade pita chips is a great alternative to chips and dip.
My Swedish meatballs are made with a combination of lean ground turkey breast and ground pork. They are flavored with nutmeg and cardamom and simmered in a creamy mushroom sauce.
Poaching chicken breasts in a mango and spice mixture gives this simple recipe tons of flavor. The cooking liquid doubles as a simple sauce with the addition of cornstarch. The entire recipe takes less than 30 minutes to prepare, and it can easily be made gluten-free.