I cannot believe how easy biscuits really are to make. And they are cheap to make, too, with only about 5 ingredients! They can feed about twenty people if you have guests for brunch. I have written the recipe in detail in the recipe blog section of the […]
It was a Moveable Feast….to quote Ernest Hemingway…..”When you have two people who love each other, are happy, and really good work is being done by both of them, people are drawn to them as surely as migrating birds are drawn at night to a powerful […]
I want to give a shout out to all my friends, old and new, who came out to see me at Williams Sonoma Lenox Mall yesterday. We had a large turn out on Valentine’s Day. Everyone ate all of my good food, shared my recipes, and I gave cooking lessons on how […]
Only in California, can you be in Beverly Hills one night feasting at Thomas Keller’s amazing Bouchon Bistro, then the next in the valley jamming with our favorite musician friends from Atlanta, Nashville, LA, and everywhere in between till the w […]
We have so much fun when we are all together! The fire crackles in the fire place, my cousin “Shag” is tending the bar, making sure everyone has a drink in hand and while he’s making jokes, making everyone laugh, while we are all catching up. My littl […]
The 12 Days of Christmas…..Here’s a good list of things to do!
The holidays are a time for family and great eats where the key ingredients are easily cooking and love! Here are 12 ways to celebrate and appreciate best moments of the holidays.
Festive Holiday Drinks
There are many opportunities to serve holiday drinks. This time of year, it seems there are parties, potlucks, family visits, friends stopping by with gifts, or maybe you are hosting a get together or dinner. No matter the […]
Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away! Do you know where your pans are? Right about now, panic is setting in for newlyweds everywhere who are trying to have their first Thanksgiving on their own turf or at their new in-laws’. Maybe they ar […]
This will be the first of a series of holiday recipes for brides this year. My new book, Cooking for Love for Brides, will be out the first of the year. It not only focuses on recipes and “how to’s” for brides, but the book also highlights twelve short […]
We were in Charlevoix, MI, wrapping up the last few days of summer. Many of our friends had gone home. What better way than to make some hors d’oeuvres, grab a few bottles of wine, and invite the neighbors who are still in town. Blend old friends with […]