As I continue with my quest to share all the “Classic” Salads I can think of I’m branching out to dressings as well. I hadn’t had Catalina Salad Dressing in years until Friday. I had forgotten how much I love it’s sweet tangy flavor.Continue reading »
Presenting Romesco Sauce. Think roasted red pepper pesto. It’s nutty, with big bold flavors and is so versatile. This sauce can be served on pasta, as a dip for fresh veggies, or as a spread on sandwiches. But where we see Romesco really shine is when it’s paired with seafood.Continue reading »
I’m so excited to be sharing this recipe with my new friend and fellow food lover Sandi-A New York Foodie. She’s invited me to do a guest post on her blog, which will be a first for me. I’ve chosen Salmon Marbella, because in a round about way, this dish brought us together.
Lemony Thyme was actually the inspiration for this dish….which feels kind of cool. Coming off a full week of Eat Out of the Fridge/Pantry we treated ourselves to a nice big piece of salmon. We tossed ideas back and forth on how we would prepare it but made no progress. I called up our love food photography… page and perused it until I landed on Chicken Marbella….why not. The ingredients work well with salmon (and we happen to have them on hand), in fact those punchy flavors coupled with the natural salmon oils might just be amazing. Yes, it shall be Salmon Marbella over Toasted Israeli Couscous for dinner.Continue reading »
We were first introduced to Chicken Marbella at a dinner party. Not just any dinner party, but a monthly affair that revolved around a different theme chosen by the host couple. We were each assigned a course and often a specific recipe to bring together to share.Continue reading »