i started watching Avec Eric on Netflix. unlike other chef introduction / travel introduction shows like Chef Table and Restaurant Australia that i have been recently obsessed with, Eric Ripert will travel and then cook a dish in homage to his visit – AND you can find the recipe online! Continue reading “recipe: cod serenata”
i liked the roasted potatoes with lemon and chives i made a couple of months ago but today i opted to use the pressure cooker. Continue reading “recipe: pressure cooker potatoes with lemon and chives”
i had these amazing lemon and garlic potatoes at a Greek restaurant a few years ago and i have not been able to forget them! normally i’m not a big fan of overly buttered and oily food but the lemon and garlic potatoes were spectacular. Continue reading “recipe: roasted potatoes with lemon and chives”
for my little one’s daycare thanksgiving party, each family is to bring a dish for potluck. in addition though, i have to make a complete meal for the little one since i don’t know what ingredients other parents will use in their dishes. since we will be making a whole chicken for our family thanksgiving, i didn’t want to make another whole chicken for the school thanksgiving party. Continue reading “recipe: chicken with lemon and rosemary”
one of the easiest thing to make in a pressure cooker is pot roast. the meat is so tender and the vegetables are so soft and soak in all of the flavor. it is truly a wonderful, easy and no-fuss dish. i had some string beans that were going bad and just threw it in as well. delish! Continue reading “recipe: pressure cooker pot roast with vegetables”
i don’t love the places in my neighborhood for breakfast. since i had a little time, i made it myself! this time a breakfast sandwich – a little quicker than an omelette with sides – a sausage with vegetable omelette and a side of mashed potatoes.
- 2 medium mixing bowl
- potato masher
- 1 medium frying pan
- 1 large frying pan
ingredients Continue reading “homemade breakfast sandwich”
like many others sometimes we go out to eat and we think to ourselves: “so expensive! i could have made it myself!” but the thing is, we don’t always have the time. however, when you do have the time and can make something, i.e. a homemade breakfast, yourself, it sure is worth it!
this morning, it was buttered white toast, jalapeño chicken sausage, strawberries with my corn mash potatoes and veggie omelette. yum!!!
m made a wonderful fish stew, which was the main course for christmas dinner. the inspiration of this dish was a make-at-home lobster-bake we had, in which we layered potatoes on the bottom, then corn on the cob, lobster, clams and mussels – food that took longest to cook was on the bottom and shortest on top.
in this format m layered vegetables on the bottom and started cooking it first, then layered the fish above and bok choy on top. m made a similar stew in the past with ginger but with k’s food allergies, we steered clear of it. it turns out it wasn’t necessary as even without, it was a wonderful stew. enjoy on its own or with some white rice.
- 3 pounds halibut
- 15 oz can bamboo tips, thick slices
- medium size daikon radish, cut in chunks
- 3 medium organic yukon potatoes, cut in half
- 6 ounces shiitake mushrooms, sliced
- 3 bunches bok choy
for dinner, i made pork chops. usually i pan fry the pork chops but i thought i’d simplify the dish by baking it in the oven with vegetables. this way was quick, easy and yummy!
- 3 boneless pork chops
- 3 to 4 Tbsp italian seasoning
- salt and pepper, to taste
- 2 small organic potatoes, sliced into thin rounds
- 1 sweet bell pepper cut into strips
- 1 to 2 cups of broccoli, cut in bite-sized bunches
usually when we usually mashed potato it’s with lots of garlic and butter – or – it’s with gravy. but since we have to skip garlic due to k’s food allergies and i hadn’t introduced k to butter yet, i opted for a simpler recipe – just adding cheese! it ended up being a favorite for not just the kids but also with the adults! yay!
- 2 medium organic red potatoes
- 2 slices organic cheddar cheese
ever since i added some lime and cayenne to my sweet potato fries, it has been one of my favorite recipes and it made me open to adding spices to sweet potato. so when i found this recipe i was excited at a variation. sweet potato with jerk. cool kick!
- 2 sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1/4″ thick sticks
- 1 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil
- 1 teaspoon jerk seasoning
Preparation Continue reading “jerk sweet potato fries”
________________________________________________________________________________ cater from at P&D Fish & B.B.Q. Pit in brooklyn, ny Continue reading can’t wait to cater from p&d fish & bbq pit