Dim Sum Delight: Char Siu Bao

I’ll never forget the party my in-laws hosted for me when I graduated from culinary school at Johnson & Wales. It was a dim sum brunch at King’s Garden Restaurant in Cranston, RI that we held early in the day before the graduation ceremony, which was a gargantuan affair in downtown Providence. Most of what […]

Because I Was Asked..My Top Ten Favorite Foods

So, I was minding my own business, reading other people’s blogs, and not posting on my own, when I noticed over at Haverchuk, that Michael had twanged me with a meme. And not just any meme, but a meme that is damned hard to answer. He wants me to tell him what my ten favorite […]

An American Classic, Sans Box: Macaroni and Cheese

As I admitted in my recent post, “True Kitchen Confessions,” I will, now and again, use packaged convenience foods when I need to whip up a super-quick snack or meal. And I will resort, now and again, to the boxed macaroni and cheese, though never Kraft, and not often–and–in my defense, I never do it […]

True Kitchen Confessions

I am sure she didn’t mean to create a meme. But, after reading Amy’s amusing (and somewhat familiar) culinary confessions over at Cooking With Amy, I decided that it might be a good idea for me to ‘fess up to a few things concerning my kitchen habits and cooking adventures. Like Amy, I’ll invite others […]

Meat Comes from Animals: Deal with It, or Eat Vegetables

A week or so ago, I posted a comment on my blog entry entitled “Alice Waters Goes to Washington,” where I noted that people who whine that they “can’t eat meat that looks like it came from an animal” were a hot button for me. It is an issue for many reasons, one of which […]

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