Shakshuka… Or “Yay, we’re not sick anymore” dinner

The saga of diversifying the munchkin’s palate continues. This week’s chapter unfortunately includes a painfully long family battle with an ugly virus so introducing any new flavors had to be put on the back burner. However, we all seem to be coming out of the dark as of last night (ish) so I jumped at

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Gingerbread

’Tis the season for cookies, cookies, and more cookies. And is there a cookie that epitomizes the holiday season more than gingerbread?? Even if it’s not your favorite cookie, you have to admit that it’s difficult to refuse those spicy-sweet treats this time of year. Whether you make gingerbread people or go all out with a

“Peanut Butter and Jelly” Crème Brûlée

One of my favorite ways of finding inspiration for new recipes is taking classic, well-known foods and turning them into something unexpected. There are so many wonderful flavors out there, and even though the culinary world is growing faster than you can imagine, sometimes tried and true recipes are even better than the most elaborate or

Fried Eggs

One of the first things I learned in culinary school was that the obnoxious tall white hats with the 100 pleats we wore represented the 100 different ways you can cook an egg. Something tells me that Marie-Antoine Carême (the father of French cuisine and reason the toque became the iconic piece of a chef’s uniform) would

Weekend Breakfast

My favorite breakfast recipe of fried eggs, roasted heirloom cherry tomatoes, and homemade sourdough bread.