Let’s begin in The little city by the bay. Coqueta………A delicious piece of Spain on the Embarcadero waterfront in San Francisco. Spanish for the word “flirt”, Chef Michael Chiarello’s restaurant overlooking the Bay Bridge on
8-10 servings The Holidays are rapidly approaching once again, and dessert recipes are often the most researched as we all attempt to create something new and decadent. Here is one of my favorites with a
‘Tis the season for Ohio Sweet Corn! Whether grown in your backyard garden, or purchased at your favorite farmers market this seasonal “candy from the garden” is in season and delicious. Of course sweet corn
Legend has it that Brussels sprouts were first grown in Europe. The first official description of them appeared in Belgium in the late 16th century. They made their way to England in the mid-19th century
Chef Jamie McFadden presents Puttanesca “Starter” Yields Sauce for 1 pound of prepared pasta ½ cup Italian olives, pitted & chopped 1 tsp crushed red pepper ½ cup green olives, chopped 2 tsp black pepper
Fava Bean and White Truffle Ailoi 16 servings This delicious combination is the perfect substitute for the typical butter you serve on your Holiday table and pairs beautifully with Freshly Baked Bread from Olde Hearth!
Caper Tapenade for Lamb 4 servings 1/2 cup flat-leaf parsley leaves, chopped 1/4 cup mint leaves, chopped 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons capers, drained 1/8 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1/2 cup assorted olives