Justin’s homemade chicken pot pie. There aren’t many better meals for a cold December night.
Ah, the last Thanksgiving post…a look inside that delectable chocolate-pecan pie pictured a few days ago.
My mom’s fried asparagus with my accompaniment of garlic aioli.
Justin’s stuffed mushrooms using homemade breadcrumbs.
My FAMOUS bacon-bourbon-brown sugar Brussels Sprouts. So good that even haters of the much-maligned vegetable will enjoy!
Be prepared for a few days of Thanksgiving food pics: on the left is my mom’s chocolate pecan pie, and to the right is Justin’s cranberry-sausage stuffing.
Homemade pizza. I gave up on this a while ago, because my pizzas always came out looking like footballs and having the consistency of a cardboard box. Maybe it was the different treatment of the dough tonight, but the pizza actually came out like pizza. One with half mushroom, half meatball, and the other a…
The famed Italian breakfast dish (and hangover cure) “Eggs in Purgatory”. Homemade chunky tomato sauce, get it bubbling, and then delicately float two eggs over the sauce. Cover for a few minutes and done. Easiest thing ever. Loaded it with pepper flakes to get some warmth on what was a bitter cold night. You don’t…
A spicy and flavorful Jambalaya with chicken, shrimp, and Andouille sausage cooked up by my friend Walter during a Cajun-themed dinner last month.
I would love to cook a meal in this 1800’s kitchen at Longstreet Farm in Holmdel, NJ.
Loving my new kitchen island from Christmas Tree Shop (of all places). It may not look like much, but it does add a lot of prep room.
Justin’s mother’s masterful rendition of pernil (pork shoulder). It is cooked covered for three hours and 15 minutes, then the top is removed for the remaining 45 minutes in order to achieve a crispy skin. The meat was tender, juicy, and bursting with an unmatched flavor. As for the skin, when chopped into pieces, it…