Summertime in NYC will always be the season for great seafood. This recipe doesn’t skimp on it either. The combination of butter poached lobster, spicy Alfredo sauce, and shellfish ravioli (made easy with wonton wrappers) work together magically.
Here is a crab dip recipe that will have your dinner guest screaming for seconds! Continue reading “Spicy Crab Dip”
Living in NYC, I have access to all types of authentic cuisine from all over the world. If you ask me what is my all-time favorite type of cuisine, I’d tell you Indian food. Continue reading “A Taste Of India… Goat Vindaloo”
While some of us view rabbits as a cuddly and furry pet, then there are those of us that view them as a food source. In fact, rabbits have been raised for food for thousands of years. I tried it for the first about 25 years ago and I’ve been hooked on it since then. Frying it is my favorite way to cook it, especially after letting it marinate overnight in buttermilk and herbs. Enjoy! Continue reading “Buttermilk Fried Rabbit”
This easy bisque recipe is both flavorful and comforting for the cold winter season. Enjoy! Continue reading “Shrimp Bisque”
Happy New Year everyone! We are going to kick off 2017 with a yummy recipe using camel meat. People always ask me, “what does camel taste like?”. I can only best describe it as slightly gamey and a cross between beef and lamb. Continue reading “North African Camel Meatballs”
One could never accuse me of being fancy when it comes to food and cooking. But there was something about the idea of preparing one of the world’s luxury food items that sounded like a good challenge to try at home… Continue reading “Foie Gras au Torchon”