Test your culinary skills on this outstanding octopus dish from Café Azur in Houston! One bite and you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to the French Riviera!
It’s all about the crust…the small raised rim around the pizza called the cornichon in Italy. When it’s crispy, slightly charred and oh so thin, it’s authentic Neapolitan pizza! And that’s exactly what I found at Eataly — Lidia Bastianich’s cool Italian emporium in New York City.
This is a delicious, easy and healthy dish. I prepare it with flounder when available, but just about any white flakey fish will work. Thank you to Bianca Centofanti! Place 1/4 c olive oil in skillet and heat. Salt and pepper filets and saute. In bowl add olives, tomatoes, capers, basil and remaining olive oil. […]
This is a delicious tomato sauce with a bit of spice and lots of flavor. You can serve it over spaghetti, penne pasta or whatever style noodles you like. Saute garlic in olive oil till golden. Add peppers and mushrooms. Pour in white white and let simmer for a few minutes. Add Kalamatas and capers. […]
This is a delicious dish…perfect to lighten up for spring – or for cruisin’ down the San Antonio River Walk on one of Boudro’s dinner barges. In a large mixing bowl, combine the nopalitos with the cilantro, olive oil, capers, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Place snapper filets in a 9×3 inch Baking dish. Top […]
The perfect snack food whether you’re in front of the TV or on the Riverwalk. This is a great dish to keep in your refrigerator. It’s easy to prepare, tastes great down to the last bite, and it makes a great snack – a fun change from chips and salsa. Thanks to Boudro’s and Zinc […]
World famous opera star Andrea Bocelli recently performed in San Antonio. Several times during his stay he requested his favorite dish be prepared by Luciano’s!
A new restaurant in San Antonio is kicking off the New Year in a big way. Barbaresco’s, the chic, hip, new place on San Pedro is offering a heck of a deal. For $55 (first seating) you’ll enjoy a four course meal complete with a bottle of bubbly. Choices include a couple of Barbaresco’s signature […]
I absolutely love trying new restaurants. And, I’m thrilled to tell you about Barbaresco! It’s Italian with a Tuscan flare. The restaurant itself is stunning. The detailed woodwork is beautifully done – all of it imported from Venezuela. And then, there’s the food! I love Italian food, especially the rustic Tuscan dishes and the Mediterranean […]