Chicken Milanese has all of those elements that you look for in a warm weather dish, with a crispy, juicy cutlet and a tangy and fresh salad resting right on top. It’s my go-to dish after a trip to the farmers market!
Secrets to a Truly Southern-Style Biscuit This recipe is all about the buttery biscuit top! It is definitely a special occasion kind of dish as it’s got many steps to it. For the best quality biscuit, you may want to consider purchasing some White Lily flour, which is hard to find outside of the south, […]
The Perfect Paillards = The Perfect Lunch! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve enjoyed the Chicken Paillards at Freds. It truly is the perfect lunch for any season! It’s packed with flavors from the herbs, it’s not too hot or cold, and it’s got lean protein that will fill you up without making […]
From Morocco to your kitchen! This recipe comes from the Cooking Workshop that I took at La Maison Arabe, in Marrakesh. I’ve only adjusted the order of listed ingredients. You can purchase a traditional Tagine, a Le Crueset or a heavy soup/stock pot for your own version. If you’re in New York City, you shouldn’t […]
I worked at The Silver Palate for a couple of years in the eighties and became dear friends with a woman who was once my boss, Sheila Lukins. She was the heart and soul of The Silver Palate, and she made me the chef and hostess that I am today. Now, if I make this […]
When I made my first dinner for Mama Gena, her daughter Maggie wanted Mexican, and I wanted to show off one of my favorites recipes, so this was the compromise! A sexy Mexican twist on a Flavors classic dish. Nothing will make your home smell warmer than a chicken roasting in your oven. It’s the […]