Category — Recipes

Pasta with a Thousand Herbs

Sage and Thyme

Every summer I grow as many herbs as I can in the planters on my city terrace.  I plant parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme of course, plus this year  tarragon, mint, marjoram, oregano, lavender, and 3 kinds of basil.  The plants are beautiful and smell so good but the best thing is having a steady ...

August 8, 2014   2 Comments

Clementine Upside Down Cake for Mother’s Day

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Upside down cakes seem touched by magic.  I love the way the tender caramelized fruit  appears on the top when you turn the cake out of the pan, forming a glossy topping on the buttery cake which soaks up their juices. It looks wonderful and it is delicious to eat. Italian cooks also are fond of upside down cake, known ...

May 7, 2014   No Comments

Slow Cooking Saves the Day

Red Wine Braised Pot Roast

Call it the Deep Freeze, Arctic  Outbreak or Polar Vortex.  It really doesn't matter.  All I know is that it has been extremely cold and snowy here and it doesn't show signs of improving anytime soon.    To compensate for the cold and warm up the kitchen, I've had my slow cooker going practically every ...

January 27, 2014   No Comments

    • Michele Scicolone