A Cook’s Tool for the iPad: The Recipe Box

You know, I’m not really technophobic. I mean, I use a Macbook to write my blog, and I’ve been using a digital camera for nearly a decade and I can even get this complicated television set-up we have here to do what I want it to do, and on top of it all, I do […]

Meatless Monday: Making The Richest Paneer Ever

So, I can be lazy. That’s the only excuse I can possibly have for not making my own paneer regularly. Paneer, for those who don’t know, is the only native cheese of India, and is made by heating milk to a boil and then adding an acid such as lemon juice or white vinegar, and […]

The First Harvest

It’s true. I should probably have let these little “Plum Purple” radishes grow a bit bigger before pulling them, but these marble-sized babies were so cute, I just had to bring them home from the garden plot. Kat ate one of them last night at dinner–it was her first radish. She watned to try it […]

Roasted Beets With Basil Honey Lemon Vinaigrette

After yesterday’s “meat orgy” post, I thought I should talk about vegetables today. You know, just to balance things out a bit. Besides, these beets were one of the vegetable side dishes we had with those decadent steaks, and they were so refreshing with the beef, I figured I should share them here. And, besides […]

Zak Cooks Dinner: Bistecca alla Fiorentina

Warning! If you are a vegetarian, please don’t read this post. It involves the cooking of and devouring of amazingly delicious red meat. There is fire, smoke and meat juice involved. I doubt you’d much appreciate it. (But, for what it’s worth, I served the steak with a huge salad filled with spring veggies and […]

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