Cloud Eggs – An Eventful Mothers Day Breakfast Even a Kid Could Make! 

Cloud Eggs- A culinary staple in egg cookery but are all the rage right now. So fun to make, and eat! Perfect for a surprise breakfast treat!  Ingredients: 4 large eggs Pink Himalayan or Kosher salt Fresh ground black pepper 1/2 c. freshly grated Parmesan cheese.( Fine grate ) 3 tbsp. finely chopped fresh chives,… Continue reading Cloud Eggs – An Eventful Mothers Day Breakfast Even a Kid Could Make! 

30 Minutes to Fancy! Halibut, En Paupiette! 

In the culinary arts, the term en papillote refers to a moist-heat cooking method where the food is enclosed in a packet of parchment paper or foil – and then cooked in the oven. Seriously though- cooking anything in a pouch will create a delicious infused meal. In this case, the white fish and veggies… Continue reading 30 Minutes to Fancy! Halibut, En Paupiette! 

Authentic Fried Israeli Falafel 

Here I am, an Italian-American trying to grasp the depths of an authentic Israeli Falafel recipe. Here is how I did it. I’ve turn to my favorite Falafel expert, and adapted from Joan Nathan’s book The Foods of Israel Today. Amazing book ! Read what Joan has to say about the authenticity of Falafel.  Joan… Continue reading Authentic Fried Israeli Falafel 

Tzatziki Dipping Sauce     

English pronunciation ( Taet-Zeek -Key)  Tzatziki is a sauce, or a dip. Made up of a combination of cucumber, fresh yogurt, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice or vinegar- and fresh herbs. So delicious and refreshing. I like to use it on everything. I especially love to dip raw vegetables in it, and sometimes use it… Continue reading Tzatziki Dipping Sauce     

Pita Bread Made Three ways- Grilled, Baked or on the Stove Top.

I love making Pita Bread fresh. I can’t decide if I like it better made in my cast iron pan on the stove top, or my pizza stone baked in the oven, or… my outdoor grill; which gives significant additional flavor. You decide. Regardless how you make it — the key to making really good… Continue reading Pita Bread Made Three ways- Grilled, Baked or on the Stove Top.

Low Sugar, Scratch- Cashew Milk Pancakes 

Ingredients:  2 cups whole wheat flour or all purpose  1 Tablespoon monk-fruit sugar granules or organic cane sugar  1/2 teaspoon Himalayan salt 1 heaping Tablespoon baking powder 2 large eggs, beaten well 1/4 cup melted extra virgin, non-flavored coconut oil or butter  2 cups nut milk, room temperature  1 teaspoon flavored essential oil or extract… Continue reading Low Sugar, Scratch- Cashew Milk Pancakes 

No Artificial Color- Empress Red Sugar Beet Cupcakes ! 

Ingredients: 1 cup puréed fresh red sugar-beets, (fresh cooked not canned) 1/3 cup coconut oil, slightly heated to pourable state 1 1/4 cup granulated organic sugar 2 teaspoons Madagascar vanilla extract 1 1/4 cup all purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 Tablespoons natural cocoa powder ( do not use Dutch processed cocoa for this batter) … Continue reading No Artificial Color- Empress Red Sugar Beet Cupcakes !