I enjoyed a wonderful day in the Napa Valley with my friend Tina yesterday afternoon. We started our adventure at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone where we attended a cooking demo by the talented Chef Bobby Childs. Chef Childs served up our Goat Cheese stuffed Turkey Sliders and Red Pepper-Apricot Relish with a … Continue reading
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Panko & Almond Crusted Tilapia with Sauteed Chard & Prosciutto
Is it the onset of summer or are we almost a month into fall? I’m confused! One moment we’re faced with the threat of rain while the aroma of firewood fills the cool night air and the next we’re pulling the fans back out of storage as we endure very still, warm sleepless nights. Sigh…. As much as I’m … Continue reading
Tuna Casserole Fit for a Feline!
Today is my precious Noelle’s 14th birthday! I can hardly believe it. I remember when she and her brother both fit in the palm of my hands at a tiny 8 weeks old. We lost our precious Andy, Noelle’s brother, earlier this summer to heart disease. A gentle and clumsy giant at 18 lbs, Andy … Continue reading
Mediterranean Tuna Salad
While I wait for the new Chipotle to open within walking distance of my office (can you say D-A-N-G-E-R-O-U-S!?), I continue my search for lunch ideas that are simple, tasty and healthy. Not leaving myself with a whole lot of time in the morning to prepare lunch, my lunches need to be items I can prepare … Continue reading
Fish Veracruz en Papillote
Looking for a light, healthy and delicious spin on baked fish? I got you covered! I ran across Fish Veracruz en Papillote in an issue of Cuisine at Home. The vividness of the bright red tomatoes and red jalapeno’s (which I’ve never seen before!) in the picture caught my eye. Cooking en papillote basically means … Continue reading
Inspired by the amazing Foodie Physician, I prepared one of my all-time favorite dishes (next to pork chops! :)) substituting tilapia for chicken, resulting with Tilapia Piccata! Keeping an eye on my carbs, I paired this delightful dish with Roasted Artichokes and added a dusting of parmesan! Tilapia a very mild, firm white fish, holds up well to baking and … Continue reading
Seared Ahi Tuna – Two Ways!
Recently I had a mad craving for Ahi Tuna. Finding it at the market however can be hit and miss. As luck would have it, I found some beautiful Ahi Tuna steaks while strolling thru the seafood department of Whole Foods. With the one steak, I created two delicious and very different meals. The first … Continue reading