Grilled celery with pop and CRUNCH! This tasty side comes drizzled with black truffle oil and garnished with pine nuts and shaved Parmesan cheese. From Chef Justin Wangler with Kendall-Jackson.
The Fig Tree on the beautiful River Walk is one of the most romantic restaurants anywhere. The atmosphere can’t be beat. And neither can the food. The Crab Cakes are some of the most delicious anywhere. Enjoy!
This traditional cornbread dressing delivers a Texas twist…with spicy pickled jalapeños!
Summer days are perfect for cool salads like this one. So easy to make! Thanks to HEB Cooking Connection for this recipe!
I love recipes like this! Classic holiday recipes, that have been around forever.
I asked San Antonio Chef Scott Cohen if he could share his favorite holiday recipe with me. He said when he made this slowly braised Lamb Shanks with Flageolets, Gremolata and Rosemary Garlic Sauce…his family sat in sheer silence because it was so good.
New York Dame Michele Scicolone is an expert on Italian cuisine. She has written 13 cookbooks–including 1,000 Italian Recipes and Entertaining with the Sopranos, and says that traditionally short ribs are not a cut of meat used in Italy. Still, since she favors the cut, she decided to prepare them “Italian style.” Every time she […]
I first tasted this delicious corn pudding at a wine tasting at Paesanos 1604. I liked it so much, I begged them for the recipe so I could pass it along. It’s made with roasted corn. Enjoy! 1. Saute corn and garlic shallot mix. Add cream. 2. Bring to a boil and then simmer 5 […]
I recently took a hard hat tour of the new Culinary Institute of America at the Pearl (see “my blog”:/tanjis-tanjents/2010/06/14/hard-hats-soon-to-be-chefs-hats/ in Tanjents). _This is going to be an incredible place!_ The prestigious cooking school’s goal is to elevate Latin Cuisine to its rightful place among great cuisines of the world. Latin Cuisine Specialist Elizabeth Kossick […]