Fix this devilish flatbread recipe for a quick appetizer, lunch or dinner! Built with juicy, jumbo Gulf shrimp pieces on an Italian pizza crust imported straight from Italy!
Welcome to our Goodtaste.tv Bean-A-Palooza at Sysco Central Texas kitchens! We’re with Corporate Chef Don Carr to do some incredible things with beans that you would’ve never imagined…I had no idea!
This dessert is the ‘Royal’ version of Creme Brulee. Former Royal Chef Darren McGrady says this is a favorite of Prince William and Prince Harry. Click here to see my friend Chef McGrady preparing this delicious dessert. Directions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Prepare the brulee. Whisk the yolks, sugar and vanilla together in […]
Food and wine lovers are gonna love this event! With five of Texas’ best chefs competing, a three-course tasting menu and fifteen wine and food pairings…how can you go wrong?
It was an interesting afternoon spent just outside of Waco at a community farm…a farm that’s becoming known for artisanally produced products like stone ground corn and creamy, flavorful cheeses…products that are showing up on more and more chef’s tables around Texas.
“Joe” is legendary…everyone knows the feisty owner of San Antonio’s most popular Italian restaurant for the last 40 years…Paesanos.
Saturday, I’ll have the arduous task of judging dishes prepared by some of the top chefs in our area – tough job, right! Okay, so my part is pure fun, but the chefs competing will no doubt be stressing behind the scenes. They’re each given a ‘basket of food items’ with instructions to prepare a […]
This new kid on the block is no stranger to the restaurant biz. It’s no surprise that the new Auden’s Kitchen on Sonterra Blvd is busy most nights. The trendy but comfy new restaurant is the prodigy of one of San Antonio’s top chefs-Bruce Auden. Auden’s Biga on the Banks restaurant downtown is known nationally […]
Turns out the delightful, lithe Princess Diana had a little secret. When entertaining friends, her chef would prepare their food with all the good stuff… heavy cream, real sugar, eggs… BUT, he would prepare her version of the same dish with skim milk, sugar substitutes and such. That’s just one of the fun stories her […]
I’ve interviewed tons of TV personalities over the years — some impressed me, others disappointed me. Lidia Bastianich is an impeccable pro!
When Lidia’s recipe for this dish arrived in my inbox, my first thought was ‘chocolate and bread what?’…how could that be good!
Olives are produced in just about every region in Italy and consequently, many Italian dishes use olives as an ingredient. Lidia Bastianich prefers to use olives that aren’t pitted. Hear why.
Lidia Bastianich’s family produces some wonderful wines. I fell in love with the Vespa Bianco…a Sauvignon Blanc/Chardonnay blend.
Twenty different regions in Italy produce olive oil and no two are the same. The best olive oil for salads is made in northern Italy.
Yes, Italian gourmand and TV personality Lidia Bastianich will be cooking with me in MY kitchen Sunday! We’ll shoot a segment for my website that will be aired in the near future…. I just got off the phone with her publicist. We are still working on what recipes she’ll prepare. I’ll keep you posted.