Tag Archives: Chives

Potatoes With Chives and Cream

A former coworker of my husband came across this recipe and shared it on the faceplace. My husband noticed and shot me an email asking to please try this, soon! A quick look at the recipe, from the nice folk … Continue reading

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Pressure Cooker Cheddar Risotto

One of my favorite presents last year was one I didn’t even know I wanted; a “multi pot” combination pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, and, the real reason my husband bought it for me, risotto maker. And, let me … Continue reading

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Parfait! Vichyssoise

Yep. I am going there. It is hot. It is sticky. My solution? Cold. Potato. Soup. Loaded with sour cream and heavy cream, but still, a touch lighter than my earlier versions – mebbe it’s the chicken stock. Still also … Continue reading

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My Take on Benedictine

May was just starting, and all the recipes started showing up in my email telling me exactly WHAT I needed to have on hand for Derby Day. Well, I wasn’t really in the mood for Mint Juleps (and I do … Continue reading

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Jalapeño & Pimiento Cheese Waffles

So… you may recall the jalapeño and pimiento cheese spread from last week. It was terrific stuffed into dates, wrapped in duck bacon, lightly seasoned, and baked. It was very tasty spread into crackers, celery spears, and endive leaves for … Continue reading

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No-Peel Deviled Eggs, For Reals!

A couple of weeks ago, I came across a video on the interwebs that showed how to make deviled eggs without all that tedious peeling of eggs! Cool – if it worked – I’ve been burned before by interwebs food … Continue reading

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The Best! Ranch Dressing

Just look at this jar of salad dressing, sitting on a shelf in the fridge, so calm, so cool, so refreshingly ranch-y. And it is wicked simple to toss together in about five minutes, with just a few fresh herbs … Continue reading

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Quinoa Tabbouleh

Happy 100th Birthday Julia Child! No, I cannot find a record of Julia making quinoa tabbouleh – or regular tabbouleh, for that matter – but back in the day, when I was discovering the joys that could be French cooking … Continue reading

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