This lovely cake, moistened with sour cream and half & half, and featuring a crumb topping, pairs well with that coffee and can be quickly reheated in a microwave to release that tempting cinnamon scent.
Sea bass is a lovely buttery fish that can be difficult to find on occasion. When I was lucky enough to come across some this week, I jumped on the chance to treat the occupants of Harridge House to something … Read More
Even though sometimes it seems as if Thanksgiving is the only time much of the country trots out the roast turkey, I found that this roast works well to appease a hungry group – just be sure to keep the dish covered while cooking so it doesn’t come out too dry.
The nice thing about doing a frittata is that there really are no set ingredients – use what you h
Harridge House has been around much longer than I have been the cook here. This recipe actually calls for using dry beans and soaking them overnight, but to save time I substituted canned beans. Freshly baked cornbread goes great on the side.
ing times of stress I often find that baking can be therapeutic. Once again I’ve combined a few different recipes I found to create this carrot spice cake with a twist (of orange). Tastes great served with a nice relaxing cup of herbal tea.
This week I’m actually presenting two recipes, as one is so incredibly simple. So here they are – stuff peppers and garlic shrimp “a la manifold”
There some debate about whether the Denver omelet originated with cowboys working long cattle drives, or with Chinese immigrants who adapted their traditional egg foo yung dish.
Sometimes you just can’t decide whether you want hamburgers or Chinese food. So how about this option – Chinese hamburgers. Actually called Rou Jia Mo, this snack food is made with pork, not beef, and a number of different spices.
you have access to a grill or hotplate (or even a microwave) and a small freezer. Linda couldn’t decide whether she wanted cake or strawberry sherbert, so I whipped up this concoction for her.