Tomato, Melted Leek and Feta Galette

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This is one of my favorite galette recipes. What is a galette, you ask? According to cookbook author David Leibovitz, “Galette is a term used in French cuisine to designate various types of flat round or freeform crusty cakes.” My favorite part of that definition is the word freeform, which screams rustic, meaning it doesn’t […]

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Indian Summer Gratin with Butternut Squash, Potatoes, Corn, and Bacon

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This is another one of those recipes that I liked so much I made it twice in a row. It’s a wonderful casserole that can be served for dinner because it’s a complete meal. It’s also nice as a side-dish. The flavors go so well together.

I will warn you […]

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Curried Carrot Soup

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I made this great white bean soup on Shelter Island last weekend, but unfortunately we left the camera in Shelter Island, so I can’t post the recipe yet. As soon as we get out there again, I’ll post it because the soup was really delicious. Charles and I finished […]

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Roasted Potato Leek Soup

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I really love to make soup in the wintertime.   It’s great on a cold night, and I really enjoy eating the leftovers for lunch for the next couple of days.  This soup is incredibly hearty with a wonderful flavor.  It doesn’t taste like your traditional potato leek soup.   This soup has depth.

The recipe is […]

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Lasagna with Pink Sauce, Leeks and Sausage

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This lasagna is different, but it’s incredibly delicious. It’s a recipe that my brother sent to me a number of years ago. The thing I love about it most is that it’s really easy to prepare because you don’t need to cook the noodles before assembling it. I have […]

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