I’ve written two cookbooks – both small, spiral-bound and both produced with my friend/publisher, Barry Schlacter of Great Texas Publishing. (I’ve got another one in the works; hope to finish it this month.) The most popular of the two is Sweet Southern: A Heritage of Beloved Desserts. It’s a dessert cookbook covering much of the [...]
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I love the Splendid Table radio show on American Public Media stations. Lynne Rossetto Kasper is a cool host with such down-to-earth, solid kitchen advice, and her producer Sally Swift is a godsend to cooks everywhere. The callers are thoughtful and witty, and there are some serious recipes given out on the show that have [...]
June 18th, 2011 · 1 Comment
Last year, I wrote about one of my dad’s favorite desserts – Lemon meringue pie. Today, I’m giving you the recipe for Chocolate French silk pie – his other favorite, in honor of Father’s Day.
November 27th, 2010 · 1 Comment
Across the Americas and Europe, baking sweet treats for Christmas is a tradition. Most of the cookies we Americans make are variations on cookies handed down through the decades, adapted to today’s ovens and technology, and ingredients. Everyone seems to have a story to go with the recipes, too – these are among my favorite [...]
June 3rd, 2010 · 5 Comments
This Shepherd’s Pie, from Maguire’s Hill 16 in Fort Lauderdale is a great recipe to make ahead, freeze, and have ready when you need a comfort food fix. It’s from my column today in the Sun Sentinel. Freeze them in freezer-to-oven dishes in single servings.