Cooking With Benjamin Franklin! How many of us can say that? Well, I had the chance to cook with one of America’s “founding fathers” because he was also a “founding foodie!” Remember that I shared these two recipes on July… Read More ›
Welcome To New York City’s Chinatown! It’s an area that spans many blocks in lower Manhattan, and houses countless restaurants serving up tradition Asian cuisine, along with shops selling all sorts of other merchandise as well… I saw people on… Read More ›
Welcome To Harry’s Bar In Venice! Yes, it may seem nondescript outside, but inside is one of the most legendary bars in the world – Harry’s Bar in Venice Italy opened in 1931 – and the 91-year-old institution is famous… Read More ›
Talk About A Wine With Age! These are bottles of wine, stored in one of Burgundy’s most iconic wine cellars, and yes, these bottles are covered with mold! It’s not only completely safe – it will allow them to age… Read More ›
Happy National White Wine Day! I saw this announcement online, and who needs a better excuse to raise a glass to celebrate – and why not make it this glass? Costco had this 46-inch-tall wine glass for just $79.99! Yes,… Read More ›
Time To Cook With “Crazy Water!” Yes, it’s week #31 in my “52 In 22” cooking challenge – so let’s head to the Mediterranean and cook with some “crazy water!” The recipe is from this terrific memoir, written by Chef… Read More ›
Alex Loves Oysters! My wife Alex loves oysters – and since she was behind the idea for my “52 In 22” cooking challenge, I chose week #30 in my yearlong cooking effort to make her beloved bi-valves THREE WAYS! “The… Read More ›
Welcome to Bordeaux! My wife Alex and I got to visit the vineyards surrounding the town of St. Emilion…in the heart of what is considered the greatest winemaking region of the world: Bordeaux France! This incredible wine-infused village has classic… Read More ›
A Delicious July 4th From Our “Founding Foodies!” My “52 In 22” Cooking Challenge Eats With George Washington And Thomas Jefferson!
Eating With George Washington And Thomas Jefferson For 4th Of July! Well, happy Independence Day to you all! For my “52 In 22” cooking challenge, I am diving into a terrific book at America’s “Founding Foodies”, first President George Washington… Read More ›
An Easter Feast! Gigot D’Agneau! Ratatouille! Potato Cake! All The Recipes Here! — Bite! Eat! Repeat!
Time To Share An Amazing Holiday Feast! If you are looking to bite into something different this Easter weekend – time to go provencal! This is “Gigot D’Agneau” – and it’s my favorite holiday meal, thanks to the incredible Chef… Read More ›