During Easter time in Ireland, I love to whip up this easy dish for my family. My mom always has three other types of meat in the oven, usually a duck, a goose, and a turkey. Sometimes beef, too. So trying to find the space to make this meat ends up in an annual argument. […]
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This dessert is a big hit at parties in the Hollywood Hills, especially in the cooler months. It’s probably one of my most deceptive desserts—everyone thinks it’s complex to prepare, but it’s one of the simplest desserts in my repertoire. When the bread pudding is firm to the touch, you know it’s done. From Quick […]
Yet again I’ve resurrected a recipe from Food & Wine Magazine dating back to 2009. My copy of the recipe on paper is greasy, food-stained, and barely readable because it’s a go-to for me – The Fearful Baker. I love this for its simplicity, ease, and divine taste. How could it not be good; it […]
The Brown Turkey is the original creation of Austin, Texas bartender Justin Chamberlin, who had a bite of Thanksgiving stuffing and knew what he had to do. As the book describes, this drink combines the subtle spices of aged rum with the sultry sweetness of figs, and a bright, bubbly pop of sparkling wine.