“Some of my fondest memories of Italy are entering a trattoria from a cold and damp Winter street, to the warmth and smell of a porchetta turning slowly on a spit in front of a wood fire…”
My first thought upon taking the first bite of Kim’s Sweet Cream Biscuits was one of surprise. They are beautifully, subtly, elegantly sweet! And they are also filled with another flavor. How can I describe it? It is round and nutty–the flavor of baked butter.
The holidays are approaching and many of us will be entertaining guests and family members. This Taragon Chicken recipe is simple and truly delicious and something that would go over well with guests.
The first thought I had upon taking my first bite of this revelation of a pie was that it would make a wonderful gift. Better still, hand deliver it and stay for a cup of coffee and, of course, a slice of chocolate pie.
Kim, inspired by yesterday’s butternut squash soup, decided to make his fabulous Leek and Potato which, of course, filled the house with wondrous smells. This soup would make a nice addition to your holiday weekend menus.
With Thanksgiving having sneaked up on all of us (I mean YIKES it’s THIS THURSDAY, right?), it’s finally time to turn our thoughts toward menus… you think? And Kim decided to offer all of us his recipe for a truly wonderful fall soup.
Kim’s Paella was a hit. He says he’s still experimenting and learning about paella, but you couldn’t prove it by me. It was delicious.