Snickerdoodles: sugar & spice cookie classic! Snickerdoodles are undoubtably one of the Cookie Classics. I didn’t fully realize this until I made my most recent batch. You quickly find (in the universe of the internet) that Snickerdoodles are BIG! I … continue reading . . .
Awaken your palate at Long Beach Restaurant Week! Enjoy some of the city’s top dining destinations as well as its best-kept secrets and local gems! After years of being a stepchild to L.A.’s dining scene, Long Beach has taken its … continue reading . . .
The San Diego Cake Club’s 32nd Annual Cake Show Competition will be held inside the La Jolla Village Square Mall. We are located inside the mall on both levels! The show will benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego. … continue reading . . .
Meet Chef Jeremy Bringardner of LYFE Kitchen Step inside the kitchen with me at LYFE in Culver City, California. My crew and I caught up with Chef Jeremy Bringardner for some cooking tips, recipes and the scoop on what’s cookin’ … continue reading . . .
Gluten Free Appetizer Recipes, Interview, How-to Video The EncinoMom Team visited the teaching kitchen at Studio City’s, CookLA. We cooked up and taste tasted recipes from Chef Liz Alexanian’s Gluten Free Sides and Appetizers menu. Products from Udi’s Gluten Free … continue reading . . .
Butterscotch Budino Recipe with Caramel Recipe from Chef Tim Kilcoyne, Owner of the Sidecar Restaurant in Ventura, California Ingredients: For budino 3 cups Heavy cream 1 ½ cup Milk 1 cup Dark Brown sugar 1 tsp Kosher salt 2 … continue reading . . .
Golden Beet Salad Recipe With Pistachios From Chef Tim In this easy Beet Salad Recipe from Chef Tim Kilcoyne, owner of the Sidecar Restaurant in Ventura, California, you’ll pick up a great tip for beet handling. Sit down with host … continue reading . . .
Beet Salad Recipe with Blood Orange and Pistachios Courtesy of Chef Tim Kilcoyne, Owner of the Sidecar Restaurant in Ventura, California. This Beet Salad Recipe with Blood Orange also uses Pistachios from Santa Barbara and locally produced goat cheese. For … continue reading . . .
Grilled Cantaloupe Recipe – so easy! This grilled cantaloupe recipe is super simple and is ready to serve in a flash! There are only two ingredients, fresh cantaloupe and fresh oranges, so I’m not sure if it even qualifies as … continue reading . . .
Fast Fudge, Quick Easy Recipe, Make Today – Gift Tonight! You can make this in about 5 minutes. After 2 hours in the fridge, your fudge will be firm enough to cut, wrap and present as a gift! Talk about … continue reading . . .
This recipe for oatmeal transforms overnight from water and oats to a warm, filling, heart healthy breakfast your whole family will love. I embellish the recipe by substituting heavy cream for 1/4 cup of the water. The cream definitely reduces … continue reading . . .
I recently saw this at Costco and thought it would be perfect for snowy days at the cabin and holiday parties, too. When the temperatures dip, warm, filling meals just seem to feel right. At Halloween, I like to serve … continue reading . . .
Raw Pumpkin Salad Recipe This raw pumpkin salad recipe is refreshing and hearty, perfect for an afternoon in Autumn. I just learned that you can eat pumpkin raw! I never considered it before, but it’s just another kind of squash! … continue reading . . .
These pancakes drew “best I ever had in my life” raves from a pair of 9 year-olds at breakfast this morning. I used a basic batter mix from the grocery store and followed the directions on the box with the … continue reading . . .
The largest zucchini on this platter is 22 inches long and 14 inches in circumference! This visit from the “Zucchini Genie” sparked a new recipe: 3 medium zucchinis, shredded into 6 beaten eggs with 1 cup of Feta cheese, freshly ground pepper … continue reading . . .
Okay, if you haven’t ordered your organic, grain-fed, free-range bird and guests are already finalizing their travel plans so they can be with you to break bread next Thursday, you may find yourself turning to that dusty recipe from last … continue reading . . .