Twin fried lobster tails were a specialty of Panos & Pauls in Atlanta, Georgia. This is my homage to that favorite restaurant.
Smoked rib and sausage chili is bean-free, tomato-less, thick and meaty. Yes, I make other chilis for bean lovers and even spaghetti fans, but this one is for me and others of a like mind. Can I get an amen from anyone in Texas? Many use chuck roast, but that doesn’t do it for me. […]
Thanksgiving roast turkey is the centerpiece of a traditional feast and oven roasting makes a juicy, flavorful meal!
Oyster mushroom grilled cheese continues our journey of variations on a theme. Different cheeses, meats, veggies and condiments yield scrumptious flavors on grilled breads. Gruyere and fontina add creamy, cheesy goodness with earthy Italian oyster mushrooms for a delicious take on the classic grilled cheese. Add a little “perfect” remoulade on brioche and your biggest […]
Chicken and Andouille Sausage Gumbo with a dark mahogany roux and the holy trinity of vegetables will satisfy that Cajun craving!
I wondered if Ed’s meatloaf would become my new favorite and along the way discovered his meatloaf sandwich sure did!
If you’re a carnivore these amazingly delicious palm cakes will make you re-think everything about vegetarian dishes and have you coming back for more!
Pesto linguine is another way we can enjoy pasta without red sauce and a great alternative because it has a unique herbaceous flavor.
A crawfish boil signals party time to everyone involved. Order extra to furnish tail meat and stock for other Cajun and Creole delicacies.
There is nothing more traditional in a southern kitchen than Baked Easter Ham. Scalloped potatoes and sunshine salad complete Sunday dinner.
A reuben sandwich is perfect for leftover St. Paddy’s corned beef. It’s a good reason to make the corned beef just for a sandwich!
Traditional St. Patrick’s day dinner of corned beef and cabbage with carrots and potatoes. Don’t forget to cook in your best green underwear!