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Rainbow Trout en Papillote with Lemon and Herbs

I always have several rolls of baking paper in my kitchen drawer, and use it with great abandon because it’s so versatile and convenient. I use it to line cake tins and roasting dishes, to make little piping bags, to cover chopping boards, and to cut out cartouches for covering the surface of gravies, sauces and slow-seething onions. I always …

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Reubens

Being St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow  I have to make corned beef  but the only way I like it is made into a Reuben Sandwich.  I cooked the corned beef  in the crockpot all day so these sandwiches will be an easy lunch or dinner!  Toasted rye bread filled with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and corned beef, thousand Island dressing and broiled …

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You can now check out my recipe for Caramelized Onion and Peppered Bacon Flatbread on  Pillsbury.com along with the other 99 finalist recipes.  The Flatbread would make a great appetizer for your super bowl party!

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Happy Thanksgiving!

I really wanted to get a few more Thanksgiving recipes posted for those celebrating the holiday tomorrow, but the impending end of term has kept me very busy with non-food related business.  I’m sure you already have your meals planned, but just in case you need to fill in a few dishes, here are some suggestions: Main Dishes:Roast Tofu and …

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Ciabatta

I am back with another video installment: a bread baking double feature! This time, ciabatta. The secret to a chewy ciabatta with those characteristic holes is a very wet dough that you handle and shape on a floured surface. As long as you keep things well-floured your bread making adventure won’t devolve into a sticky mess. The video is rather …

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Favorite Food Blogs

I’m back. I finally have time, an internet connection that seems to be working, no more computer problems (knock on wood), a new camera (broke my other), and the desire to actually cook again. I have a few recipes to share in the next week I just have to figure out how to get the pictures off my camera and …

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Where have I been?

To be honest I haven’t done much cooking lately. We’ve either had take out or really simple dishes here at home. Why you may ask? Lucky for me it’s not because I’ve been sick this year. Instead it’s because 5 years after we started tearing flooring out of our dining/office/school room area and tearing off the 70’s paneling and wallpaper …

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I am still alive

I should be back the week after Thanksgiving with new recipes to share. Life has been crazy. Sickness, getting use to homeschooling three kids, water main break, sewer problems, cutting down two huge trees from our property that resulted in days of pain, google not letting me do much of anything on my blogs, and just plain life getting in …

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Winner of the Magazine Giveaway

Sorry about the delay but I was having computer issues tomorrow. Sara is the winner of the Simple and Delicious magazine. Send your address to n_baron@msn.com and I’ll get it in the mail. Thanks!

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