Do you remember this fabulous event from last year? (Post) I gushed all through it because I had such a great time. In fact, I was immediately in countdown mode till the next one!
Here’s Savor the Avenue 2012. Me and about 999 other people feasting and drinking at one 1200+ foot table in the middle of the avenue. Total merriment … as far as the eye can see! Continue Reading
Miami is a mosaic of many jewels with wildly contrasting and colorful facets. There’s tropical Coconut Grove, urban Midtown, trendy South Beach, architecturally-beautiful Coral Gables, and Little Haiti to name just a few.
And, there’s Little Havana! Continue Reading
I panicked and replied “Yikes, I’ll have to find a bad habit in a hurry.” Continue Reading
If you liked my roasted broccoli post (and many of you did), you’ll love this one too! It’s sort of like lasagna … lasagna light! No pasta.
This is a great salad to carry to a party. Whether you carry it out or wow guests at home, it really is a ‘must try’.
I grew up in a very Italian neighborhood in Brooklyn and I’ve eaten ‘Italian food’ my entire life, but it wasn’t until recently that I learned something really valuable. I learned that a little finish with fat is a good thing. A really good thing!
That’s not something my mom (or anyone’s mom) did back in the day. But, as time passed and the world became food-obsessed, I developed my palate and my own style of cooking through my love of all things culinary. And I diverged from the cooking style of that era and from what was considered traditional. Continue Reading
Yes, this was a use-up-the-vegetable-drawer inspired dish. My intention was to make a vegetarian dinner and I, mindlessly, headed in the direction of my usual Mediterranean flavors — and then I remembered the can of coconut milk I bought when I was at the supermarket the last time — so I set the S/S FOODalogue on a different course.
I realized the other night that my kitchen is so reflective of my sense of humor and my lifestyle. This cartoon, which hangs on the side of my refrigerator, is decades old, yellowed with age … and, yet, it still makes me laugh. Continue Reading
This is not the usual colorful FOODalogue post. The camera lens just doesn’t love roasted broccoli like I do. And like you will. Continue Reading