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      My grandmother used to serve stewed fruit before breakfast. A small bowl of stewed prunes. A small bowl of stewed peaches. A small bowl of stewed strawberries and rhubarb.     It was of time and place, a ritual of dishes that always appeared on her table...

    Although it is cold today, flowers are blooming in central park. Daffodils and purple hyancinth and white tulips. And as I walked this...

Today I want to share with you one of my favorite pizza recipes that comes from the area around Nice where I lived and where I spend a great deal of time....

Yesterday I started out wanting to make traditional Baklava and ended up making cookies! I saw a picture in a magazine where filo dough was cut and placed...

Yes, I am still on a Meyer lemon craze! So far I've preserved them, used them for salad dressing, made madeleines with them, fresh marmalade, and...

  Meghan McGarry, aka Buttercream Blondie, is a friend and a pastry chef & cake artist who glams up desserts one recipe at a time. When I met...

Dacquoise. My favorite dessert ever. How can you go wrong with meringue, nuts, fresh berries, buttercream frosting and loads of whipped cream? So I had...

"You steal my heart, and you take my soul Every time I see you eat from your bowl."   So, Fez, for Christmas I made you a very special...

Stollen: A rich almond paste filled holiday bread. Orchard Hill Bread Works in East Alstead, NH makes a Stollen for the holidays that is not...

Ok, for someone like me who loves baking bread, well, baking anything at all is a pleasure…..this is a hard confession to make. But make it I will....

Cooking with a French accent..